Buyer Beware. I purchased a 2016 Infinity QX60 from Nissan of Streetsboro in Ohio a few weeks ago. The car was advertised on the internet with Blind Spot Monitoring. I contacted the dealership and they affirmed that it did have blind spot monitoring. The salesman, Anthony Accordi, and his boss the Sales Manager, Adam Slinky, informed me the car had a factory warranty so when I signed the form stating I was buying it as is, just meant that I would deal with Infinity instead of them. As I drove the car home (88 miles) I could not get the Blind Spot Monitoring to work. I researched it in the manual and attempted to fix it, without success. I also noticed a warning light on the dash. I then called for an appointment with my local Infinity dealer in Pittsburgh (Cochran of North Hills) to have the car checked out. They called the next day and said that the blind spot monitoring censor in the bumper had been cracked and the bumper repainted and this would not be covered under warranty. They also said the wipers would not pass inspection and the brakes are almost ready to replace (5,000 more miles). The replacement of the censor would cost $1,350. As this will not be covered by the warranty Nissan of Streetsboro should cover it, since it was advertised as having blind spot monitoring and I was very explicit that was the reason I was purchasing that vehicle. I called Nissan of Streetsboro to discuss and after a week and a half of numerous calls (many left unreturned), I explained that I bought the car based on the advertisement and assurances that it had blind spot monitoring. The dealership retorted that "technically it does have blind spot monitoring." It should have been advertised as having broken blind spot monitoring. The representative went on to explain THEY DON'T GO OVER EVERY CAR THEY HAVE ON THEIR LOT WITH A THOROUGH INSPECTION and they can't put that kind of money in a used car. I told them it would have made better sense to have fixed everything and priced it as such. I may or may not have purchased this vehicle at an increased price, but I would have known what I was getting. I reminded them I am willing to replace the wipers and the brakes. The bottom line is they falsely advertised the features of this vehicle (fraud) and they didn't stand behind their service or promise.