I feel very safe when I am in this car. I then had to do the diagnostic only to find out I needed a new transmission!! There's nothing remarkable about the 2011 Nissan Sentra's power or handling, but test drivers don't find any significant problems either. I can't believe that Nissan can get away with this! The big shots at Nissan are laughing at us all the way to the bank. Dealer for both incidents is marshall automotive group marshallmotor. Beware very common problem with this vehicle don't buy cvt transmission.
I had the oil changed every 3000 miles, and I started to feel the jerking and hesitation. The consumer retrieved the vehicle from the dealer and continued to drive it all winter with no problems. Here we are 15 years later and those same complaints plague Nissan owners. I took the car to a Nissan dealer and the vehicle tech said he thought it was the cvt going bad. The first one was put in on 7-1-05. I am 73 years old. I tried to put it in L nothing, reverse nothing car revs but doesn't accelerate.
Our Take on the 2011 Nissan Sentra Editor's note: This review was written in August 2010 about the 2010 Nissan Sentra. Nissan extended the warranty for model years 2006-2010 to 120,000 miles because they knew there were issues with the transmissions but they refuse to acknowledge the issues that still exist with the 2011 model. I lost control of the car because I could not accelerate and I could not stop the car because the brakes were very hard and unresponsive. It still had a pretty decent trade in value since I only had 80k miles on it but it started honking randomly so I had to get a new car. Car still runs horrible, and now the transmission does not like to shift when it is cold. As a consumer, I hope everyone going through this goes after them legally.
When I started it up again it drove normally. The car runs smooth, no matter what speed you are travelling. It isn't too big or too small. Contact talked to the dealer, who replaced the transmission. The 86 Sentra was great, Hardbody's no problems, 2005 Frontier transmission and timing chain issues. I wished the trunk opening was a bit larger.
Then he said I am about to get hit. Engine and transmission problems consisting in engine stalling while vehicle was running at low rates of speed. I am the original owner of the vehicle and never changed or authorized anyone to change it so that is a false statement. The dealer was still unable to duplicate or correct the stalling problem. Each time the car ran worse.
Nissan Will Not Recognize a Faulty Product. Nissan saying it is rodents. When I called and opened a complaint with Nissan Consumer Affairs they called the next day and told me there would be no assistance from Nissan and as far as they were concerned the case was closed. Stable and secure at 70mph+. The vehicle was not repaired. Within my first week of owning it, the rear door frame where the window comes out of the door was rattling and loose. The vehicle was taken to vallejo Nissan located at 3287 sonoma blvd, vallejo, ca 94590, 707 656-4483 where it was diagnosed that the catalytic converter failed and needed to be replaced.
Luckily, I've been able to get to a safe location when this happens, but I find it alarming. She assumed the first transmission was not put together correctly, and the second one was replaced with rebuilt parts on 7-26-05. The dealer changed the entire transmission. However, the oil light is the only thing I have a problem with. Many attorneys who specialize in this will take your case at no charge to you even if you no longer own it. These are my impressions: 1 The car is extremely quiet for its size.
To see what's new for 2011, click , or check out a of the two model years. Prior to this, my car sat for a few days, like any car does on the weekend and I needed a jump the following Sunday night and after changing the battery, the problems worsened and as I was driving, if I turned slightly or made a left or right turn, my skip control would come on and stay on and I drive routinely so I knew it was a new problem. I have reached out to Nissan and escalated my appeal as high as the executive specialist who would not consider standing behind their product. Letting off the gas, then hitting it again seems to work in all instances - thus far. At 65k transmission started shuddering and then vehicle would stall and die in traffic, very dangerous.