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Hey, im from south california and wanted to know if a 30k major service is worth it for my 2012 nissan versa sedan automatic? Or should i settle for a like 15 k sevice and check rest myself?...whats the cheapest way? Im going to need new brakes soon and tires soon, what kind of breaks or tires do you recommend thats good and affordable.

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Nissan recommends at 30k to replace the engine oil and filter, replace brake fluid (although this is recommended every 15k miles) also the engine air filter and cabin filter if applicable.

Everything else is mostly inspection of the car although if you baby your car you should be fine.

My sedan is approaching 15k and Nissan recommends the brake fluid be replaced but I will see what the dealer recommends, visually my brake fluid looks fine since my last oil change.

I would stick with OEM brakes, you can never go wrong with OEM equipment. The cheap stuff wears out to fast and makes to much noise. If your going to replace your brakes you might as well change the fluid to save time and money.

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CVT transmission fluid recommended service is a check at 60,000 miles. There's supposedly some way to tell the condition of the fluid based on color and some data from the ECU.

It's just a drain and fill and cost me $180 at the dealer. According to my receipt, it took 6 quarts of CVT fluid. You can do it yourself, but my V is covered under the warranty extension so I had the dealer do it in case I needed warranty repairs later.
 
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