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If Nissan isn't paying for the new spring/repair take it to an independent mechanic. It's also not a bad idea to get 3 or 4 estimates for the work. I recently had the fuel pump changed in my mom's Grand Marquis. I got three estimates for pump installation only one was $250., one was $150-200 and the third was $60. All three were from local independent mechanics. I haven't looked closely at the front end of a Versa so I'm not sure what all is involved with changing the spring/strut but nearly $1200 sounds really expensive to me. I've taken springs/struts off on other cars, compressed the spring and put in new struts in an afternoon. If you can order the parts at Rock Auto and wait for them to come in you can likely save a significant amount of money over buying them at a local parts store.
 
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