2005 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SL 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Spoke to Nissan and they won't give me the time of day to help replace my transmission.
It's been replaced once already and they won't listen.
Besides the transmission, the lumbar system which was recalled is broken again, the fog lights have been replaced at least 6 times.
Nissan has the worst customer service at their HQ.
I wouldn't buy another Nissan.
They don't care about their customers, so why should I patronize them by purchasing another vehicle from them.
They really suck.
All of these postings are very interesting esspecially since I am having ALL of the same problems. I purchased my Maxima brand new in 05 and have continually had to take it in for costly repairs that Nissan will NOT cover. It is even more frustrating that the dealership keeps taking my money and NOT repairing the problems. Each time I have had to take my car in, I always contact the corporate office to file a complaint. I have even told their rep that they obviously want to be like Toyota and what for someone to get killed before they do anything. I work very hard and though I was purchasing a quality car that would last me for years and with the economy bad and the cost that I paid for the car WHY should I have to buy another car and have a monthly car note when it is obvious that I purchased a lemon. My recomendation to everyone is to first ALWAYS contact Nissans Corp office when you have a car issue, keep all reciepts and lastly file a complaint with the better business bureau so that hopefully they will be forced to do something
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