Nissan and its problem CVT Transmission
California consumers have been complaining vociferously regarding the problematic CVT transmissions in the Sentra, Versa, Juke, Note, Pathfinder and Altima. While Nissan did extend the warranty on the 2003-2010 models, Nissan later completely removed all reference to that warranty extension from their web page. There have been multiple class actions filed regarding the CVT equipped Nissan vehicles.
Common complaints in CVT equipped Nissans are:
Sudden shaking and violent jerking when drivers accelerate.
Lag or delay when the driver tries to accelerate.
Hard deceleration or “clunk” when drivers slow down or accelerate at low speeds.
Complete transmission failures and replacements.
A startling problem here is that, once out of warranty, it can cost approximately $4,000 to have the problematic CVT replaced AND, generally, dealerships often have trouble verifying the symptoms until it's too late!
The good news here is that, if you're in California and you’ve taken your CVT equipped Nissan vehicle to a dealership for any issue, ranging from transmission stalling, transmission failure, overheating, or any other warranty concern, we can help you…. AT NO COST TO YOU! Valero Law, APC is a California consumer protection firm dedicated to protecting the lemon law rights of California consumers and ALL cases are taken on a contingency basis, meaning if there is no recovery, there is absolutely no fee to you! Feel free to call at 424-299-4447 for a free case evaluation!