Nissan Complaint - Good looking does no always equal good car!!
TENNESSEE -- I am writing in reference to a problem with my Nissan Maxima. Ever since I bought my car it had problems with vibration and each time I took it to the dealer, amazingly they could never find anything wrong. Later I started having a scraping noise when I put my foot on the gas. Took my car in for this problem and naturally, they couldn't find a problem with it either. Got tired of taking it back and forth. I continued to drive my car. After it was no longer under warranty, past 60 thousand miles, and I took it in to the shop again for the same problems guess what? They found something! It was my throttle and also my timing chain needed to be replaced. Costs me $3500. I filed a complaint with headquarters customer service. They did get back with me to tell me there was nothing they could do. My daughter bought a brand new Maxima in Nov and it is already giving her problems. She has taken her car in to the shop several times. First it was supposedly something shifting in her glove compartment. NOT!!!! She removed everything out and the noise/problem still existed. Then it was the flap loose under her hood. They put a piece of foam under a loose cover and that was supp NOT!!!! Then it was the front strut mount and they and that was replaced this past week and she is having the same problem. She took her car back and was told some cars just make noise. I bought a Nissan because I thought they were supposed to be such good cars. Too many problems noticed within a month of buying them. Now I realize they are just good looking cars but real LEMONS!!! I recommend if you unfortunately buy one and it starts having problems. Take it back every week until it gets fixed or if they can't fix it you will have proof when you decide to sue and get your money back.