2009 Nissan 370Z Touring: Transmission Replaced
July 23, 2009
9 days after the initial failure, our 2009 Nissan 370z is back in service with a new transmission and a new clutch. There was no charge as there was no evidence of abnormal abuse. It is a sports car, remember.
While there, we had them replace the kick panel that had been kicked off. Again, this was covered under warranty.
I decided not to let this opportunity go to waste, so I picked up-- and paid $264.04 for-- a new set of front brake pads and rotors to replace our worn and scarred ones. Look for the blog post of Dan and I replacing them.
Mike Magrath, Vehicle Testing Assistant @ 3,944 miles.