My powertrain warranty expired on March 13.
I went to dealership on Jan/Feb 13 & till then I did not have any problem. I went again on 07/13 just after my warranty expired & now dealer says I have following issues and the price for it. Nissan Dealership is not telling me issues with cars until warranty runs out so that they can get money out of me. I have 5 year around 3 month and 49900 mileage on my 2007 Nissan murano SL.
Â•right front lower control arm($445.99) & left front lower control arm($445.99)
Â•Reseal transfer case ($1,871.37)
Â•Replace rack & pinion assembly ($1,441.19)
Â•Replace oil pan gasket($141.99)
Hall nissan virginia beach suks .transfer case problem is wide spread.
This car was great for the first 5 years.
At 73,000 miles some very expensive and un warranted repairs became necessary.
The drivers seat frame cracked, this necessitated replacement that cost $1300.
The high pressure power steering line also went, this was a $600 repair.
The transfer case associated with the CVT transmission is seeping and requires a rebuild that will cost over $2500.
My Niissan service manager told me that Nissan is fully aware of each of these issues and as has published service bulletins because of the high failure rate.
Unfortunately Nissan would not reimburse me for these repairs.
The extended warranty on the CVC does not cover the transfer case.
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