The 2013 Nissan Sentra cars have the most problems reported 553 problems. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the transmission failed to shift as intended. Nissan won't stand behind it. Never Again - we're going back to Subaru within the next 6 months! Research online shows an extreme amount of the same complaints about Nissan's cvt transmissions for years and Nissan is not addressing the issue. Same thing - near 100 degrees outside, lost power, smoke this time which mechanic thinks is from transmission fluid dripping. This extension is effective immediately and requires no action on your part.
Sorry I don't know how else to explain the noise other than that analogy. It was funny how the dealership in Vegas had one available. When you let off the gas it makes a sound kinda like when you put a pop can on your bicycle tire to make it sound like a car is this the noise people have experienced? I am told that the average cost for the replacement of the transmission can range from 3500 to 5000. I took video of the noise. She has just over 60,000 on the car. Kevin Martin Vice President Total Customer Satisfaction. I would recommend to anyone! Now everytime I see a sentra owner and I'm walking by, I let them know as well.
Our factory transmissions are dyno tested before leaving the factory, ensuring high quality. There are many other possibilities. Then it occured to me that it could be the belt slipping when it resumed traction, it would kick pretty hard. The 1st gens had a problem the bands in the trans would go bad if you drove around for to many mines with bad trans or motor mounts. The dealership told me this car is not good for trips like the one to vegas because the transmission cant make it. Putting a used transmission in it with 72,000 mi on that.
Don't understand why this problem didn't show up the first time I took it in. I would definitly by another! The vehicle was not repaired. Please offer any information that may better equip me to correct this issue, and at the expense of Nissan. I was told at the dealership that they couldn't find anything wrong with the car. One of their offices is across the street from my building that was given by Nissan for them to use.
This would require the removal of the transmission in order to replace the seal. The factory-trained technical staff at the Nissan dealer will have the diagnostic tools and knowledge to provide you with the appropriate service and submit your warranty claim. So ashamed of nissan right now. So I am going to buy the Hyundai Santa Fe Limited. Nissan has officially dropped in my book.
Take care of your cars. Good idea with cvt trans but shitty engineering and quality. Listen, cars made nowadays or in 2009 should not have transmissions needing outright replacement. The price tag was somewhere around 20-22 grand. I was planning g to purchase a Nissan Pathfinder Platimun which the dealership offered me a great deal, but Imwill not buy.
Is it a necessity to have one done? However, from my research, it appears to be a current and ongoing issue with all Nissans with a cvt. You can rebuild them if you know some people that know some people that know some people that can get there hands on parts, but nissan has had that under there watchful eye for many years as the cvt trans is there own brain child. This is a newly replaced transmission in April 2018. I was expecting that we would be keeping this car for 10+ years. As usual, they found metal shavings in the fluid so they replaced it and sent the old one back to Nissan.
Rpms started jumping and lost power. The vehicle was driven to the contact's residence. We can help with improving performance and conversions. We offer a no hassle 12 month warranty, performance guaranteed. As far as where the leak is coming from, it is hard to say just from the post, it would have to be seen to determine exactly where you are leaking from. Awaiting word from the mechanic.
Robert answered 5 years ago automatic transmissions have a 20% failure rate whereas cvt transmissions have a 1% failure and out of those 70% can be attributed to wrong fluid or some other reason that are no issue with the transmission itself. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed as transmission failure. I didn't want to go back to the dealer in Morrow who had seemingly refused to acknowledge there was a problem. Nail the throttle and the automatic does downshift—reluctantly—with a rude jolt. At this point I was getting nowhere with the service dept, so I decided to take time out of my work day and drive over there to sort this out.
It is simply a terrible car and the transmission is a joke. I was told the transmission was failing. I drive in temperatures ranging from +40'C to -40'C depending on the time of year. The first one was covered by Nissan at 30k i had a problem already and then at 100k which I purchase a new engine well rebuilt old with 25k miles in it. We barely make it into Vegas and my transmission went out and had to be replaced up there. With altima a close second. When fluid is low, you will have difficulty shifting or maintaining the gear while driving.