2013 Nissan Sentra Sedan SR 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)
Transmission failure at 60k, broke 7 months into having possession of the vehicle. RED MCCOMBS HYUNDAI NORTHWEST OF SAN ANTONIO TEXAS IS THE WORST! Did not take responsibility to fix the problem, brushed it off and kicked us out! It costs less to fix the problem than to lose a life. Never buy from there, never buy a nissan with a CVT. It will drive one day and die the next, it is horrible that I can not even use my air condition because my car will shut off. This car is a lemon and trash.
2013 Nissan Sentra Sedan S 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 6M)
I purchased a 2013 Nissan Sentra from Lewis Nissan. It currently has 127,532 miles on it and this is the 3rd transmission so far. She paid for the last 2. The transmission is going out again.....the dealership and Nissan has told her there is nothing wrong with it because it is not giving them a code. PLEASE DO NO BUY ANYTHING WITH THEIR CVT TRASNMISSION IT IT!!! It is a death trap we can not trade off or sell. You will be driving it down the interstate at 70 MPH and it just stops pulling, luckily she has not caused an accident yet or worse. Our only option is to keep handing the dealership $4000 each time they replace the transmission. The dealership is not the least bit helpful, not even a loaner car. Dangerous products, tons of complaints on the CVT, contacted Nissan got told their is nothing they can do to fix their faulty product.
2013 Nissan Sentra Sedan S 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)
CVT is crap, 5yrs and 80k miles Nissan reason for not helping on transmission repair is “due to age of vehicle” can’t help. Hey Nissan it’s 5yrs 60k mil warranty how is that due to age. But offered B plan from dealer, buy new Sentra. Hell NO to Nissan, not in my driveway. I’ll rather buy more reliable Honda or Toyota. Screw me once and we are done. That’s customer appreciation, bought two brand new Nissan. On my way to HONDA dealership