TENNESSEE -- Every time the car is started, Nissan requests on the GPS screen permission for them to wirelessly transmit information from the car for Nissan's use for product evaluation, etc. This request will remain on the screen until a button is selected. I have no objection for Nissan to use this information. I do object, however, to their requesting this EVERY time the car is started! I estimate that request will be made 10,000 to 15,000 times during my ownership of the car!!!
I know that others also don't like this. Who would? Nissan is able to input computer changes, they could choose to correct this problem by adding a selection button on the screen to HOLD that decision for a day, or week, or month, and don't ask that question again for that period. That would solve the problem. I have requested from Nissan Corporation that they eliminate this annoyance for their customers, but it appears that they choose not to do so.
I own a 2007 Nissan Quest. The service engine soon light came on, so I took my car to the Nissan dealership. They advised me that the MAF sensor needed to be replaced and since my car was 1,000 over the manufacturer warranty, that I would have to pay over 400.00 to have this repaired. How disappointing is that? My entire family have driven Nissan cars for the past 20 years and this is the kind of service a loyal customer gets? Again let me reiterate, a 1,000 miles over the factory warranty. Unbelievable!!!!!!!!!
I have a 2001 Nissan Quest with a factory installed Ford radio. The radio plays no problem but there is no display, no clock. I have found this to be a common problem with this radio. My question is who do I complain to, Nissan or Ford?