I am by no means a 'car guy' and I need to know what to pinpoint when I bring this car in for it's overhaul. I've driven over 70k miles on a 2015 Versa Note in about 2 years in mountainous terrain through the rain and snow and through a canyon fire once. It's been a great car for the most part but I think the transmission is starting to go for starters. When on high inclines, there is a very distinct whining noise. Not sure if that's supposed to be normal. Also, occasionally when starting from stop lights or stop signs the wheels seem to stutter for about a half second before actually engaging the road. I have good tires that are relatively new. When breaking at highway speeds, the car has a bad wobble too. Might have a bent wheel but I think the brakes just need replaced. Car has 95k miles and has had regular tire and oil service but that's about all.