Nissan Wants Altima Floorboard Lawsuit Tossed Out

Nissan has asked a judge to toss out an Altima floorboard lawsuit after spotting some holes in the plaintiff’s argument about holes in their floorboard.

As for the plaintiff paying $459 to fix a rusty floorboard, the work was performed seven years after the corrosion warranty expired, then Hays sold the Altima when it had about 103,000 on it.

Nissan says the plaintiff told the buyer of the Altima the car was in “good condition,” but a year after selling the car she sued Nissan claiming the floorboard prematurely rusted through.

Nissan doesn’t deny the problem exists, and how could they? The evidence is overwhelming. But in this case they might have a point.