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post #11 of 18 Old 07-17-2011, 02:45 PM
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Yesterday test drove 2009 Altima 2.5 S cvt. Very competent car. Roomy, comfy, well equipped, quiet, smooth CVT/4cyl usage. Three of us fit in the back with minimal fuss. Need to try 3.5/cvt and a few more options. Not getting car without heated seats, especially if I will "inherit" it to drive to work when wife is done with it. Like that 200000km cvt warranty!

Then drove 2007 Infiniti G35S manual sedan, black on black leather. Very very nice car! First year for facelift, last year before 3.7 motor. Not as wide and roomy as Altima, and short on driver's head roombut way more of a driver's car The shifter was a little heavier than i anticipated. More road noise from front than i liked, but didn't have new tires on it yet [18inch]. Glad i brought my son to figure out the screen and menus! Indicated average of 23 mpg US But so many more plusses for this car too! Dreamy driver's seat, handling, above average power...but we'll probably get a CVT Altima. I said to wife, if the Versa was six inches wider, I would get another one
And in g35 u can only put 93 octane so higher gas price too

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post #12 of 18 Old 07-23-2011, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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Bought the Altima!

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Yesterday test drove 2009 Altima 2.5 S cvt. Very competent car. Roomy, comfy, well equipped, quiet, smooth CVT/4cyl usage. Three of us fit in the back with minimal fuss. Need to try 3.5/cvt and a few more options. Not getting car without heated seats, especially if I will "inherit" it to drive to work when wife is done with it. Likin that 200000km cvt warranty!
Bought it today! Drove another one, then this one again, then signed on the dotted line. Got $3000 trade-in credit for the minivanWife and I both very happy. The Altima S trim doesn't have a lot of goodies, but it's equipped same as the van was. Like the dual pipes lol. Kinda fun to down shift with the phony gears on the cvt, and is a little snappier to accelerate [only a bit] than the Versa. The 2.5L motor indicates only 1700rpm at 90km/h! And the transferrable 200000km cvt warranty rocks too. I'll report with loads of useless data tidbits and personal Altima assessments as time goes on...08v

08 Versa SL hatch 1.8 manual TRADED 288516km Muffler delete video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIl3p...ature=youtu.be
09 Altima 2.5S cvt NEW [email protected] WRITTEN OFF at 139k 34.4mpgImp. https://www.nissanversaforums.com/non...09-altima.html
13 Charger SXT 3.6 8sp ZFauto 89000km
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Looks great 08V.

Where did u purchase Altima? It looks great!


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Nice man, congrats. I'd love one of those Altimas...manual is a must though.

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Looks great 08V.Where did u purchase Altima? It looks great!
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Nice man, congrats. I'd love one of those Altimas...manual is a must though.
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I never even got to sniff a manual Altima cuz of the 200000km cvt warrantyforgot has 74000km

08 Versa SL hatch 1.8 manual TRADED 288516km Muffler delete video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIl3p...ature=youtu.be
09 Altima 2.5S cvt NEW [email protected] WRITTEN OFF at 139k 34.4mpgImp. https://www.nissanversaforums.com/non...09-altima.html
13 Charger SXT 3.6 8sp ZFauto 89000km
01 Sentra XE manual, parted ways at 313000km
72 Datsun 1200 Deluxe two door sedan manual, took a beatin' while I learned to drive

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I never even got to sniff a manual Altima cuz of the 200000km cvt warrantyforgot has 74000km
That's pretty low mileage! It should last you a while then!


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I never even got to sniff a manual Altima cuz of the 200000km cvt warrantyforgot has 74000km
Coworker has an 09 Rogue, and it has been in the shop for two weeks now! CVT went at 90K! Glad they extended the warranty on the CVT!



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I realize this post is old, but I thought I'd share my experience

I recently bought a used Versa with 180,000 km on it. Shortly after buying it I noticed something wasn't right and had a gut feeling it had something to do with the transmission. I brought it into Nissan to have it serviced and they said it was nothing. I made them document the fact that I thought it was the transmission making weird noises. I did a bit of research and found the 200,000km warranty, something I wasn't told about by the service people. A couple months go by and my car stops working, it has all the classic signs of a failing transmission. So I brought it back to Nissan, they didn't give me a diagnosis just gave me a rental car and let me go on with my day. 3 days go by and I hear nothing about my car, so I'm getting worried and decide to call for myself to see whats going on. The lady on the phone said "we told you what was wrong when you were in the other day? How do you not know?". I was never informed of what was going on, she then tells me that my transmission was failing and that it was still under warranty (it was at 198,000 km. I was lucky).

I was relieved by this point but my problems progressed from here. With the second transmission you receive, it' only covered for 20,000 km. I check my fluid levels constantly just to make sure everything is in good condition, and one day I realized my transmission was leaking fluid. So I brought it back to Nissan and they told me the dipstick O-ring needed to be replaced. No big deal, it was still under warranty (p.s. I was waiting around town for 3 hours waiting for the diagnosis and they NEVER called to tell me it was done)

2 months later I'm replacing my oil and I notice the transmission is STILL leaking. So I call Nissan and tell them that my transmission is completely dry, there was no fluid left in the pan. My appointment is in a couple days, I will update and let everyone know what happens. What a headache this has been.
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