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Well I took my 2017 Frenter in Saturday to check on a... - patogorman
Well I took my 2017 Frenter in Saturday to check on a recall the truck ran perfectly
.. wile driving on Sunday my check Engine light can on ..... coincidence I don't think so you decide
I have never been so unhappy with a vehicle I’m my life I... - Roger davis
I have never been so unhappy with a vehicle I’m my life I bought a brand new 2017 Nissan Sentra less than 2 years ago.
Since having it I’ve had to replace the inner tie rod and Nissan told me oh that’s your fault Probably your wife hit a curb women are always doing that. I was quoted over 2 grand.
I went elsewhere got a good mechanic to fix it at a shop for 250.
Went back in to dealership with bad throttle position sensor get quoted over 2200 told I’m outside of warranty due to mileage which is nonsense it’s a new car faulty part and I’m really frustrated.
Call consumer affairs they are uninformed referred to my transmission repeatedly which is nowhere near a throttle body and they then told me you only have 36 k warranty when I xxxx sure paid for the 84k one and opted in on extending beyond that
I took my 2011 Maxima in on a Wednesday for a leaky... - e.hiers
I took my 2011 Maxima in on a Wednesday for a leaky radiator, which they replaced. I did not drive the car the next day but drove out of town Friday. During my drive, the A/C quit working. I called the service department who asked me to bring it in Saturday. Following their assessment on Saturday, they determined the condenser needed replacing. I assertively then explicatively explained there was no problem with the a/c prior to the radiator replacement, as they had to remove the a/c system to replace the radiator, and I left the facility upset. I received a call from another service rep shortly after returning home. They apologized for the inconvenience stating they would replace the compressor free of charge in recognition of my 22 years of faithful service, and the Maxima being the 3rd consecutive car purchased from the dealership. They also said the previous service manager should have mentioned the condenser needed replacing.
So, I returned with my car. While replacing the condenser, they said the compressor also needed replacing. REALLY?!?
Three Maximas, 22 years of faithful service, and coincidentally the condenser and compressor need replacing AFTER replacing the radiator. It's been a good car and I feel it's worth it, but I will NEVER GIVE DICK SMITH ANY MORE MONEY! DONE
Purchased a 2018 Nissan Altima in 2019. I have taken my... - T. Smith
Purchased a 2018 Nissan Altima in 2019. I have taken my car to the dealership 6 different times to repair the same problem and no one will call me to try to fix the problem.
The worst experience EVER! I took my car to get a water... - Vante
The worst experience EVER! I took my car to get a water pump on because I was told it had a leak and running hot. Dealership agreed that was the issue after having the car a week call me to get it right before they close at 5:20 to pick up the car. I get there pay (almost $700) and not even 5 minutes down the road the car is running hot STILL! So it's obvious no one yet drove the car to make sure the problem was fixed. I return the car they say they'll call me in the morning. After "checking" the car again they now say the head gasket is blown/out (which after speaking with another mechanic should have been checked originally as of they would have seen this was the issue I would have not just basically given them $700). Then recommended a new engine for 3k (rolls eyes). Scammed me outta $600/700. I've always loved Nissans (had a sentra,altima, maxima) I would NEVER deal with sumters dealership EVER. Be careful dealing with them. (I would give 0 stars but they made me select something).