Always Waiting For The Check Engine Light To Come On Again!
Ignition coils! I always try to do my own auto repairs whenever I can. So when the check engine light came on, I went to Auto Zone to get them to read the codes to find out why the service engine light was on. After I got the codes, I did a little research and found out that a coil was the problem, so I replaced it. This fixed the problem, so I thought. Soon the light was back on. I had the codes checked; again - same problem, different coil. I think the cost of the defective coils should be picked up by Nissan, because this is a big ugly black mark on their reliability and customer service, since they refuse to issue a recall on what appears to be defective coils.
Hood supports no longer hold the hood up. I would rather have the support bar instead of this.
You may have to spend a lot of time and/or money if you are going to own this one. The last time I checked, the replacement coils were about $85 X 6 = $510 if you replace them all yourself (which is what most of what I've read recommends.) If you have it done it will cost about $800 ~ $1200. I also have read about another expensive repair on the knock sensor. This car has been a thorn in my side!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th July, 2007