2004 Nissan Maxima SE 3.5
A few years ago I had trouble with the transmission, and it was replaced at the dealer's cost because I had the extended warranty at the time.
Once the transmission was replaced, the car ran OK for a while, and then started giving me problems again, but by now the warranty was expired and Nissan was not responsible.
My vehicle is still jerking and making a noise. I still have a car payment and it is illustrating that it is not even 10 years old and it sounds and drives like a bucket.
I have filed a complaint with Nissan, as well as the NHTSA, to see if they can help. Everyone that is involved in this situation needs help. Hopefully we can get this vehicle recalled.
The car is jerking and making a strange noise.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 4th February, 2010
5th Feb 2010, 13:33
Everyone must demand Nissan take responsibility for their defective transmission, and either issue a recall or extend the warranty to at least 100,000 miles.
6th Feb 2010, 09:07
We have a Nissan Maxima 2006 and it does the same thing. We are not under the warranty anymore and the car jerks and makes noises also. We took it to Nissan and they said it was the transmission.