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Question...How's it driving now??? I have to disagree with the person who wrote this comment .... I'll have you know, I purchased my Nissan GXE with only 17,000 miles on it.....drove it for YEARS with NO problems, took excellent care of it & then last year the bottom fell out! Sure, after the first 2 or 3yrs I would have said the same thing..."People are just not taking care of their cars", but after reaching 100,000+ miles, I started having major repair issues...one after the other...The sensors started going crazy...crank shaft & cram sensors, 1 yr later...the head gasket had to be replaced, the steering rack 6mos later....& these are $1000+ repairs!!! Major disappointment. I know people with 200,000+ miles on their cars(different makes/models) & I thought I would be one them with my Nissan... I guess NOT! I did get a lot of use out of it, but my original intention was to keep it a lot longer. Unfortunately, I'm now considering purchasing another car per its now not worth putting $2000+ ( & climbing) worth of repairs into it. So its not always necessarily the OWNER's fault a car is FALLING A-PART... sometimes its the MANUFACTURER!!Report it
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