Nissan has lost its reliability and will not stand beside the customer. 5 years of listening to a sqeeling serpentine belt, tough to re-start after the car has been drivin... Tough to start when the car is cold and now my headgasket is blown with 59,000 miles on it. Now im finding out that there are Major problems with headgasket failure and Nissan is ignoring it. I've owned 3 nissans over the years and anything over a 2002 is gonna' break your pocketbook. Sorry Nissan but it reminds me of a washed up prize fighter who once stood tall and then took a great fall.
i did love the car at one time but there was always a problem somewhere or another.
Nissan please... Acknowledge that there is a problem with blown headgaskets at 59,000 miles and all of the other problems. When it rains or is damp outside, I should not have to listen to a belt squeal all day and people asking "whats wrong with your car" while there in a 94 Honda with 240,000 miles.
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