Nissan Complaint - To buy, or not to buy?
BREMERTON, WASHINGTON -- Back in September of 2008, I bought a 2009 Nissan Versa SL. Nice car! I'm actually very happy with the performance of the car, but I'm not too happy with the experiences I've been having since the purchase.#1, I bought the full maintenance package and the whole works including Lo-Jack. As soon as six weeks or so after I bought the car I was getting phone calls from Lo-Jack at 12 - 2 am over and over again saying that I needed to "check my car" someone may be trying to steal it or something along those lines. I called Lo-Jack and got nothing from them. So, I called the dealer I bought the car from and got nothing from them. I ended up having the service suspended and eating the $800 bill for the service and installation etc. Now I don't blame it all on Nissan but they sold it to me and did nothing to help get it resolved. Today my headlamp goes out. OK, that happens. I buy the headlamps($43 for 2) and can't figure out how to replace the headlamp bulbs (no mechanic here, that's why I bought the service package)so I called the dealer. Turns out I have to take the the "bumper fascia" off to replace the bulbs. Or pay. 4 hours to have them do it. This is in my opinion, another way these companies make more and more money. I can't even change a light bulb anymore? Are you kidding me? I won't ever buy a Nissan again! And I won't buy any new car until the salesperson or somebody shows me how to change the headlamps etc. Things that could happen anywhere and I may not be able to rely on getting help.