My Review Of Nissan Of Gresham:
I was hesitant to take my car here based on knowing dealerships can be shady. Well this one is. After my car broke down, I found out(from a TRUSTWORTHY repair shop) it was due to my fuel pump burning out. Nissan had made a recall about such and the repair shop let me know that. They suggested Nissan would take care of it so I wouldn't have to pay out of pocket. After arguing with Nissan to even pay for it, I had it towed there to be fixed. Everything else in the car was perfectly fine. After breaking down on the highway I thoroughly looked over the vehicle for such cause and the repair shop had also looked the car over well to determine the cause. Well Nissan decided they wanted to be paid for something, so they broke my radiator. Right at the top, where the hose goes into the radiator, they overtightened the hose clamp and called to let us know that was broke and needed to be fixed, costing around $450. I've grown up around cars, and I have fixed my fair share of radiators in my day. I told Nissan that I doubted it was broken, but told them that I would fix it myself. As soon as I was pulling into my driveway I could smell radiator fluid. After parking my car I popped my hood and to my surprise saw radiator fluid all over my motor, and flowing freely from the hose. The plastic part connecting the radiator to the hose snapped off and pieces off it in hose with fluid flowing out!! My vehicle now undrivable again! Calling Nissan to report this and ask basically, what the heck!, they denied all of it and said they could sell me a radiator for $200 for me to fix myself. The previous repair shop, whom I trust, said everything looked fine. They said if needed they would back me up.
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