Hi everyone my name is Ayessa and I live in Stockton, CA. I purchased my 2013 Nissan Versa SV from Hertz Car Sales in Hayward, CA. I needed a reliable commuter car that got great gas mileage while also being a slightly family style car. I purchased (and am still paying on) this car back in June of 2015. The car had 45,000 miles on it. Now at 95,000 miles my CVT transmission is going out. I took it to Nissan on January 30, 2016 to have the CVT reprogrammed because there's a recall for it. After that my car started to mess up. I lose horse power, it makes like clicking noises, and my transmission is slipping. I took it to an auto repair shop a few days ago and they advised me that nothing is wrong with the power train on the car but the CVT is going out and because it's a special transmission that they don't make parts for that my whole transmission would need to be replaced which is $3000+. I called Nissan of Stockton because I had no problems with my car until they did the reprogram and was advised to call the California consumer affairs departments. I called them and they advised me I would have to have my car checked out by a Nissan certified shop before they can do anything and that they don't know if they will be able to do anything because I am outside of warranty. I don't understand why they wouldn't when I had no problems with my car until the reprogramming. Anyway, so I called Stockton Nissan and they told me I would have to pay $120 for a diagnostic after which I have to call the consumer affairs department back to let them know what happened. Reading others with the same problem and being outside of warranty it seems that Nissan isn't willing to help and has you pay out of pocket for things they mess up. I have my appointment to take my car in on Monday to the Tracy Nissan since I don't trust the Stockton Nissan and from there I will know further. From reading others and other Nissan cars with the CVT problem and seeing there was a class action before on the same transmission but in the Pathfinders I feel there should be a new class action to come out for the newer cars as well. Nissan extended their CVT warranty to 120k miles on the 2000-2010 I believe but nothing after which is unfair because these transmissions seem to keep messing up. Is anyone else having this same problem?