2012 Nissan Altima 3.5 SR 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
I have had repeat visits to the dealer to address the problem of hesitation when accelerating, which I am told the service department cannot duplicate, and they cannot fix what they can't find.
I have had my car for 26 months and hate driving it on the highways.
When I travel to San Diego to visit grandchildren, I rent a vehicle.
Am I the only Altima owner experiencing this problem?
Now, the transmission is jerking when driving at low speeds.
So, the vehicle is back at the dealer's shop once again.
What a horrible Nissan product!
1800 lemon law had 2012 altima 2.5s and had 2 trans put in window regalter new drive axle ect if you have taking it to the dealer and have the invoices saying what your complaints are you more likely get a new one like i did my 2012 had 46k miles and was 3mos under 2 years old called lemon law and got a 2014 2.5 sv no extra coast taxs credit check nothing just signed a few papers and what i owed on my 2012 is what i owe on my 14 altima trust me u will get a new car if you had problems
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