As previously mentioned, CVT Drivetrain sucks!!
This was my first Nissan Product and most certainly my last. I took my lumps and traded it
on a very nice Hyundai Sonata ( while they had
their rebate offers ). That helped with the loss
I took on it. I previously had a Hyundai Azera,
a great Car ( for 6 years ). I just found out this
morning that Nissan issued a recall on the 3.5
Engine CVT, but not the 2.5. Technical Bulletin
issued just last week. I would very strongly
suggest this Vehicle with a poorly designed &
engineered drivetrain be avoided !!!
Good gas mileage, nice body design, nice interior with good seats, but does not help the problems wit CVT drivetrain.
If possible, fix or replace the CVT transmission.
Sorry I ever heard of a CVT !
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