I did the first CVT fluid/filters change on my '16 Versa SV today at 029993 miles. The fluid was pretty dark in the pan but while it was draining in a stream I could still see a green cast to it and the fluid didn't smell burnt. I measured 120 oz. of fluid out but I sloshed a small amount out of the pan a couple times while moving it so I added an extra 2 oz. to make it up refilling with 122 oz. When I removed the cartridge filter it was pretty black but I didn't see any signs of metal contamination in the filter. When I pulled the pan off and replaced the pan filter the magnets in the pan were a little fuzzy but, nothing I'd consider abnormal. By the time I finished my back was hurting so bad it was making me sick (chronic back pain) so the left inner fender is still hanging loose and the car is still on jack stands. Hopefully tomorrow afternoon I can start it for the first time check for leaks around the cartridge filter housing to be sure the o-ring sealed good, run it through the gears, stabilize the inner fender, get it off the jack stands and take it for a test drive. Worst part of the job was removing the battery tray to have some work room and getting the filler plug out. Figuring out how to get the filler plug out probably took at least a half hour before I finally got it to release. I'd bought 10 quarts of Nissan NS-3 about a year ago hoping it would be enough for 3 changes but if the same amount drains on the next two changes I'll have buy a couple more quarts on the third drain/fill. My plans are to change again at 60K, then between 90 and 100K do about 3 drain/fills to get it cleaned up again.