Nissan Xterra Problems
Nissan Customer Service - Complaint
US, PENNSYLVANIA -- At 69,000 miles the transmission on my 2007 Nissan Xterra failed AND the timing belt adjusters wore out. Nissan covered the cost of a new transmission only because they were forced to by a class-action lawsuit over this issue. It's a common problem with this engine, which goes in other Nissan vehicles too. But they would not cover the timing chain work, which cost $1,750, claiming that adjustments are normal. But they didn't adjust the tensioners, they had to replace them -- just a few thousand miles over the drive train warranty. As many other owners have found out, Nissan will not stand behind its cars.