As far as smart key and rear window problems, this helped very much for me. I could not duplicate the key problem for the dealer, but it was getting frustrating. I removed the battery in the controller and bent the 3 contacts up slightly at the folds, using a small pocket knife. It has improved 95% and contribute some to junk in my pocket. I improved my blind spots by installing small rectangular stick on mirrors to my side mirrors. I still look back when I pull out, but it does give you more visibility. I'm 6'2 and I have more leg room than most vehicles. It has rapid response in emergency conditions. For the money, a nice little ride.
Leg space and smooth,quite ride.
Tighten battery connections in smart keys. Painted side molding to protect door dings. And automatic head light sensor for the SL.
I have had the car in more that 3 times about the fob not being reliable- sometimes it works & sometimes it does not, even with a new battery.
The deal, Keystone Nissan, says everything checks out but the problem does not go away.
I think they have orders from national Nissan to ignore the problems.
A good dealership would work with national Nissan until the problem is fixed.
I guess they do not want referals or returning customers.
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