NISSAN IS REFUSED TO REPLACE MY CVT TRANSMISSION ON MY 2012 NISSAN SENTRA BECAUSE THEY SAID IT IS OUT OF WARRANTY MILEAGES AT 81000 MILEAGES. DO I HAVE ANY CHANCE OF MAKING THEM RESPONSIBLE ?

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Asked by SICKOFNISSAN_2012 Sep 05, 2016 at 01:59 AM about the 2012 Nissan Sentra 2.0

Question type: General

I BOUGHT THE NISSAN 2012 USED AT 41000 MILES ON IT ALREADY. IT
IS A RENTAL CAR. I NEVER HEARD OF A CVT TRANSMISSION IF I
KNEW OF SUCH FAULTY ENGINEER I WOULD NEVER HAVE BOUGHT
IT. IAM A LONGTIME LOYAL CUSTOMER OF NISSAN. ALL MY FORMER
CARS WITH NISSAN NEVER HAVE THIS KIND OF PROBLEMS, SUCH AS
ALTIMA,300Z,MAXIMA AND SENTRA. ALL OF THOSE CAR GO OVER
BUY ANY EXTENDED WARRANTY ON THIS NISSAN SENTRA 2012. .
NISSAN IS REFUSED TO HELP ME EVENTHOUGH I WAS A LONG TIME
CUSTOMER OF THEIR PRODUCTS, A LOYALTY ONE. I JUST WANTED
EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT NOT TO BUY ANY NISSAN CARS BECAUSE
THEY BUILT FAULTY TRANSMISSION AND YOU WILL HAVE THE SAME
PROBLEMS AND NISSAN WILL REFUSED YOU THE SAME AS THEY DID
IT TO ME. MY NISSAN IS NOW STILL AT A NISSAN DEALER SHOP
SITTING THERE LIKE A DUMB STUPID CAR THAT HAVE A DUMB FACE
OF MANUFACTURE DUMB ENGINEERS. IAM NOW HATED NISSAN
VEHICLES. I WILL NEVER BUY ONE AGAIN IN MY LIFE.AND TELL ALL
MY FRIENDS,COWORKERS AND RELATIVES TO STAY AWAY FROM
NISSAN. BECAUSE IAM A LONGTIME LOYALTY CUSTOMER OF NISSAN
AND TREATED ME LIKE THIS THAT WHY IAM MAD AND VERY UPSET. I
WISH NISSAN CAN BE DISAPPEARED OUT OF THIS WORLD...I DONT
EVEN WANTED TO HEAR THE WORD NISSAN AT ALL......ANYWAYZ
..SHOULD I GO GET THAT STUPID NISSAN HOME AND WAITING FOR
THE BANK TO COME GET IT ? IAM SICK TO MY STOMACH AND HATED
TO LOOKS AT THAT STUPID ENGINEER NISSAN CAR. I HOPED THOSE
OF YOU WHO  READING THIS STAY AWAY FROM NISSAN

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CVT transmissions seem to be trouble for several manufacturers. Do research before buying vehicles not afterwards. Also lose the capital letters as they make your post very hard to read.

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Your warranty period was 60,000 miles for the CVT, when you purchased your vehicle you where most likely offered an extended option out to 100,000 at an additional cost. You refused and now a major component has failed, as they do on every make and model vehicle. Everyone from Kia to Bugatti have mechanics that are paid very well because crap breaks. Your buying a mass produced part built as cost effective as possible, and rates are near or over $100 per hour labor, let alone the parts. I'd of opted for the warranty, most will cover everything except wearable items and service stuff. As far as them covering it, doubtful especially if you feel entitled to it. You can plead a case that you dont have the money to fix it, Nissan offers hardship waivers and will help you either with discount, or possibly payments or both if you talk to the dealer with respect they will advocate for you. If your an ass, they dont care what you do with it. But like everyone else you are tied to the same contract as they are, if you chose to risk if a car will last over the factory warranty thats the gamble and sometimes you lose.

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I have had issues with mone gor about 4 yrs now it would only do on road trips when asked about ot siad oh theres nothing wrong with thats just nissan but now i am told that its the transmission and to get fixed its going to cost me 3400 and thats a rebuilt transmission cause its CVT

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I know exactly how you feel. I have the same identical problem with my 2012 Nissan. The transmission is out and it’s going to cost more than I expected. Sorry asses. Nissan refuses to take responsibility for these screwed up CVT transmissions. Mark my word!!! Never again will I come near a Nissan!!

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Nissan has also refused to replace my CVT. They are all aware of the issue with their transmissions and do nothing to help the customer. Multiple times I’ve told them my transmission was the issue and they never took my complaint seriously. Now it’s too costly to fix and I will be switching from Nissan.

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