I have phoned, emailed, and written to Nissan north America certified mail warning them about this problem and their response was that my car is out of warranty now and there's nothing they will do about it. If you purchase anything cars, electronics, homes, clothing, etc based on what you read on internet forums, you'd likely never buy anything. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. Keep up with me between uploads on Instagram: basinmotorsports. The 2007-2010 Versa had the same issues and warranty was extended to 120,000 miles its the same car same model and was told by Nissan that they are unable to cover repairs since I purchase the vehicle with a warranty at 60,000. You can feel a difference when driving a Rogue with 10 miles, compared to a Rogue with 60,000 miles.
All other trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners. A customer complaining about a noise not heard before so they asked the mechanic or service manager to drive a couple of new Rogues on the lot to compare to the customers. So here my poor Versa sits disabled. Today it only has 8000 miles on it and it is stalling and shutting off when I drive it. The original cvt transmission failed at 65,000 and the replacement cvt transmission is now failing. I offered to provide our records of maintenance from our provider but Nissan was not interested in seeing them.
Nissan said they would be glad to give me a discount only I purchased a new vehicle- that is unjust. When the vehicle was turned off, it failed to restart; however, the electrical system was still operable. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that the transmission needed to be replaced and the dealer was to further diagnose the vehicle. The replacement transmission makes a whining noise when comes to a stop. After 6 months and three thousand miles of city driving during summer and a short trip to Michigan , the transmission breaks. I have never heard of any other car making noises that can not be fixed. So I just purchased a Nissan extended service agreement when I bought the car.
They did replace it, but I had to beg them to replace the tire real generous of them! The tech who inspected it said that there was an internal seal leak failure. I will not buy another Nissan. This transmission has never given me a problem and runs as well as the day I bought it. It must have let go just sitting there, because I was the last person driving it and I didn't know anything about it. I will be looking from time to time to see what you all are posting on it. The car when driving 60 mph will just decreases in speed until it stops the engine is running.
I spoke directly with markita scott, arbitration specialist 615-725-7884. A quick search of the internet shows several people also having transmission failures at about that same mileage. Includes all bearings, seals and gaskets. As I began to research this issue, I find that it is a common issue with the Nissan Versa. April 2014 had to replace both back springs.
At 122,500, the transmission has failed again. Using the wrong fluid in a transmission is like giving a person a transfusion of the wrong blood type. I warmed the car up for a few minutes because of the stalling problem. I best check into getting the other side replaced separate complaint Be careful the back springs are breaking as well. It took them a while to find the problem because they couldn't believe a fuel pump would die in a car that age. I mentioned to her the problems I was having and that the car's failing transmission posed a safety hazard.
Includes gasket, lip seal s and O-ring s as needed for proper installation. I have since sent certified letter to Nissan north America notifying them of this. I filed a warranty claim with Nissan as I was just slightly over the mileage warranty but well within the time frame part of the warranty. Cost to Replace Nissan Versa Transmission - Notes Cost estimates are based on industry average productivity levels for the repair and local labor rates charged by experienced automotive professionals. In the past, Nissan has extended warranty coverage on Versa model years 2003-2010 for issues with the transmission. The vehicle stalled and was towed to a certified mechanic who stated that the transmission failed and needed to be replaced. I contacted Nissan and was informed that Nissan took no responsibility for the transmission failure because the warranty had expired.
Upon searching the internet I read numerous posts of multiple owners with similar problems with Nissan's 2007-2010 model year cvt transmissions. There is no guarantee that the coolant pump, thermostat or other coolant devices won't fail and cause other operational hazards, if they do indeed fail as a result of their negligence to perform a full repair; and ensuring that the lines and coolant systems are free from debris and will not fail under use. She didn't seem to really care about the safety aspect, and stated Nissan would not do anything for me even though this new transmission failed at just 55,000 miles. It's too bad because I really like the Rogue that I test drove and I would have purched one. The mechanic said he has seen that happen on race cars that are pushed to the limit - hardly the case here.
The vehicle was taken to a repair shop and the mechanic inspected that there was a cvt transmission failure and to take the vehicle to a dealer for diagnosis and repair. Otherwise, I loved my versatile little Versa. Can't hurt to file if you still have records, and ultimately may save a life or two if they force Nissan to recall. This needs to be investigated and Nissan needs to be remedy the situation. I'm an Engineer and Consultant by day, and a car enthusiast by night. I can put up with the annoying other problems, but not this. While driving 25 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning.