2005 Nissan Altima 3.5 from North America
It sucks, I hate it
I have read everybody blogs about the Nissan Altima. It's just funny how the corporate knows about the issues and they don't want to do anything about it. I mean it's over 200 customers that are unsatisfied.
I personally think since the corporate does not want to do anything, I spoke with a attorney to get a consultation, and he said I had a case, how about we all get together and sue Nissan!!!
Or either they replace our cars, I have 2 kids, it is dangerous driving around my vehicle, knowing that my check engine does not turn on. I mean I took my car in 2 weeks ago, and was told that I needed to replace my wheel bearings, almost $800.00 to replace.
I have always taken care of my car. Done oil changes and there is all this crap going on. I had enough.
I need people that want to go forward with this to email me at email@example.com. I will need all your paper work as far as your car going to the dealerships, getting fixed, the problems. Give me your phone numbers! :0.
This car sucks, I don't recommended to nobody!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 2nd February, 2010
Umm. I didn't know that your engine light was supposed to appear for wheel bearings... LOL. Too funny.
Agreed to that! Maybe the extremely loud sound coming from the wheels just wasn't enough... I'm pretty sure it would take more than a misunderstanding of car safety to successfully win a case against a major car manufacturer with extremely expensive attorneys. If the author is referring to a general lack of reliability, this would make a little more sense, but the bottom line is that you have to do your homework before making a major purchase. This is not the fault of the manufacturer.
PS, I've replaced 3 wheel bearings in my Corolla with 135,000 miles (with no check engine light) and my car is running smooth and quiet. This is normal maintenance.