Got the car in 2008 with 28,000 miles on it. These are the things that went wrong in the first month: Every rim was bent or warped, glove box fell out, muffler pipe needed to be replaced, bad battery, the window regulators were obviously starting to fail, and, most importantly, the car does not want to start in hot weather. This last reason is a mountain of a problem because, even though we went through with an extended warranty, the dealership can't get the car to have start up issues. Either that's my luck or they're lying so they don't have to fix it, despite the fact that I know it's the fuel pump. They won't fix it under warranty unless they can "diagnose" it. Nissan is trash.
It has peppy acceleration in lower gears. Gas mileage is good but not as good as advertised (I drive a lot of highway on cruise control at the speed limit for those of you who think it's my driving). That's about it.
Recall the fuel pump and stop advertising reliability. Nissan used to compete with honda and toyota, but now they are trash. They could also maybe, I don't know, care about their customers.
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