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So, we bought a new Versa yesterday, love the car, but kind of a bad experience with the dealer. Aside from all the shady stuff they tried to pull with the financing, they ended up sending us home with a fuse unplugged (so no turn signal lights or dash lights), and also with all four tires with low pressure (at 20psi when they should be at 35psi). After reading this forum and fixing the fuse issue, the dashboard lit up with the tire pressure warning, but we were able to properly inflate all four tires ourselves and remove that warning. The dealer also did not give us working key fobs, because they said it was too hard to locate the correct fobs for the car, so we have to go back tomorrow to have them re-program the fobs they did give us. So I'm just wondering what else the dealer may not have inspected on the car that we might need to look at. Or whether I should bother raising a stink with the dealer (obviously they won't be getting a good customer review from us, and there's no way in hell I'll ever take the car in them to be serviced). But what do y'all think?
 

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It was North Bay Nissan in Petaluma, CA. Yeah, really cannot recommend them. Our sales guy was nice enough, but the finance guy and obviously whatever techs prepped our car should be ashamed. I'm thinking of contacting the other Nissan dealer in town and seeing if they'll comp me an oil change and inspect the car if I agree to get future servicing done there.
 

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We took the car back to them today. Apparently the real reason our key fobs did not work is because the car was not properly prepped. I guess in addition to the cars shipping with the fuses being pulled, the tech is supposed to hold both the turn signal and the headlight sticks down for five seconds which re-sets all the dash lights (and explains why both our turn signal indicator lights were on when we started the car). Clearly the sales guy was more into his football game and less into our sale on the day we bought the car, and based on the condition we got the car in, so was the tech. Anyway, it seems to be fixed now, but we'll be taking the car to a different dealer for servicing for sure. There is no way I'd let them anywhere near the car after that experience. Insane.
 
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