Nissan Refuses to Stand Behind Recall Issues RE: Faulty CVTs
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About two weeks ago, I received a recall warning for my 2012 Nissan Versa SV (which, mind you, has 65,000 miles ONLY on it). There was some sort of censor issue that caused problems when shifting between D and L that, and I quote, "reduce the durability of the CVT". Ironically, my CVT went out shortly after that-- a week before my recall appointment was scheduled for. Now Nissan has begrudgingly offered to pay 50% of the cost to replace my practically new transmission, but I refuse to have to pay for a faulty and defective product. I am a young mother and currently the only income in my household of 4. I have to have a vehicle to provide for my family, and I have to have a RELIABLE one at that. There is absolutely no way that a normal transmission would have died at 65k miles. I have read numerous other complaints about the Nissan CVTs and their issues. This is absolutely a problem that needs to end. I refuse to let Nissan take advantage of me or anyone else for THEIR faulty products.
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