This vehicle overall is reliable, but there are some major issues that have convinced me to never purchase a Nissan again. 1. Computer failure at under 1000 miles 2. Wheel bearing failure of both rear wheel bearings at under 30000 miles (Dealership tried to get out of warranty repair until I showed them that the wheel bearings were specifically covered under drivetrain warranty) 3. Technical bulletin on the fuel pump that causes a hard start. This fuel pump problem of course failed just past the warranty limitation and costs dearly to replace. I recommend replacing this yourself as I fear Nissan may just replace the fuel pump assembly with another OEM "broken" assembly
The cup holders are awesome.... ! everytime I put a drink in the holder I change CDs. Oh and the auxillary power port is great too. Almost every time I use it in conjunction with the primary power (which prevents the use of the awesome cupholder on the driverside) the fuse blows
Fire the engineer who designed this garbage with broken parts, no common sense, and the back seat can barely seat people with legs. What I mean by this is that there is no room to even place your legs on the floor unless the front passengers move up cramming their knees into the dash/steering wheel
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