This year is high risk with 188 total complaints. Watch out for engine problems.
This year is medium risk with 157 total complaints. Owners talk about engine issues.
This year is medium risk with 31 total complaints. Beware of engine complaints.
This year is low risk with 28 total complaints. Watch out for engine problems.
For a while cracked radiators were the number one enemy of Nissan transmissions, but these days it appears the transmissions are their own worst enemy.
Nissan says their timing chains are just noisy, but not defective. Try telling that to the owners who have seen loose timing chains rattled their engines apart, resulting in thousands of dollars in damages.
Nissan fuel tanks are coming up empty, even when the gauge says there’s another 60-80 miles in the tank. A recall proves Nissan has the issue, but it only covers a small percentage of the affected vehicles.
The transmissions of some 2005–2010 Nissan vehicles are under attack from radiators. Cracked radiators are leaking coolant into the transmission, and when it mixes with the transmission fluid it creates a toxic hell stew that irreversibly damages everything around it.
Nissan owners are fed up with not being able to start their cars due to a ESCL defect. A new service campaign means defective steering locks will be fixed (at least in some models)
Heads up, Nissan owners! That giant piece of glass above your head may soon be on its way down in a thousand little pieces
Think twice before calling ‘shotgun’ on your next ride in a Nissan vehicle. There’s a long history of Occupant Classification System (OCS) problems which means the airbags won’t deploy when it should.
Nissan owners are experiencing ‘gas splash back’ at the pump and it’s likely because of a clog in the EVAP system.
Parts supplier, Takata, manufactured defective, shrapnel-hurling airbag inflators that need to be recalled. The issue affects 34 million+ vehicles spread out across 24 brands, making it one of the largest (and most dangerous) recalls in automotive history.
After years of the front suspension coil springs in the 2007-12 Versa are fracturing and popping tires, they were finally recalled.
There’s a danger lurking right beneath Nissan Altima owner’s feet as their floorboard are rusting out. Nissan knows about it, but will they do anything?
Some 2004-07 Nissans have frustrating transmission problems ranging from rough shifting between gears, hesitation while accelerating and sudden stops or jerking.