Hi all, thanks for all your posts. I've found them most informative..
I'm looking at buying a Tiida sedan 07 model, but I'm wondering if the luggage compartment will be big enough for my family. The interior space looks great and I am pleased to read your positive reviews.. am looking forward to reading any further reviews on this car.. regards... Jayne.
I am thinking of buying a Tiida 2005 used car. I noticed that the trunk board is flimsy and so it it not recommended that you put heavy stuff on it. I test drove one yesterday and found it a bit heavy. The dealer told me that the tyres needed to be changed.
The inside is fabulous with dvd navigation system (useless where I live),cd radio/player and wood panelling. But I am moving from a 1999 Nissan Wingroad station wagon where space for "stuff" was a delight.
I will let you know what I eventually decide.
LFD - Trinidad, West Indies.
I just bought a new Nissan Tiida ST-L sedan. I've noticed that when I slow down, the car makes a singing noise. Anybody else with such a problem?
I have a 2006 Nissan Tiida and I;m having issues with it starting. I turn the key and it cranks, but won't fire up. Anyone had this issue or know what the problem is?
To the person who wrote the review on 9th Jul 2009, 19:52 - I have had the same problem twice now - I had to get RACV to come out the first time to get it to start.
Apparently it is because you have flooded the engine with petrol - happens when the choke hasn't come off and apparently common in japanese cars. Just keep trying to start it even though it make the horrible noise and it will eventually turn over.
I bought a new Nissan Tiida in May 2009. Within the first 100kms I had troubles. The engine whines when I accelerate, the boot lining came away, the shock absorber covers came off and I get "zapped" with static continuously. The zapping is so bad that I am afraid to drive the car. Whoever is in it plays chicken with closing the doors. If you manage to get out without being zapped it is a miracle. You can close the doors by pushing the windows. However if you need to open the boot or the fuel cap get ready for the zapping. I feel that this is really unsafe, but am getting nowhere with the dealers. Can anyone suggest anything? Does anyone else have the same problems?
To the one who is getting zapped by his Latio/Tiida:
I live in a nice hot humid country, so static shocks are not a problem. But when I was in Canada, I used to get zapped by my Chevy Malibu. But it was odd because some days I'd get zapped and some not. Then I came to the realisation that it was my shoes. Meaning some of my shoes were more conductive then others. Hope this helps. It's hell whenever you get scared to close the door of the car.
Hi all. I have a 2006 Tiida, and the parking lights went out. It's from the Japanese market, and I can't read the literature, however all the fuses are good. Does anyone know of any other components in the circuit I should check?
G.H in Grenada.