A total of 4329 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 8.2%, or 354 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 8.3%, or 358 were crash related, and 1.2%, or 51 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
The electric cooling fan bearings failed at 62,000 miles. The nissan dealership that diagnosed the problem stated that it is common for this vehicle to experience this part failure. I replaced at my own expense with an aftermarket assembly that has a lifetime warranty. It doesn? T make sense to replace with another nissan part that will fail in another 50,000 +/- miles. Also, brake pedal will fade when stopped at an intersection with 62,000 miles on vehicle. The nissan dealership checked all brake components and could only surmise it must be the master cylinder. They even contacted nissan for their opinion, which they too suggested replacing the master cylinder. After two brand new master cylinders, the problem has not been fixed and will be an ongoing issue for my vehicle. Also, the rear a/c lines that travel underneath the vehicle developed a hole at one of the mounting points. Lost all freon on two occasions by the time the dealership found the leaking area. The dealership stated that this too is common on this vehicle style and is a design flaw. With freon being bad for the evironment, one would wonder how a manufacturer would be allowed to let this happen.
Ever since i? Ve had the truck, the trailer lights have not worked. I? Ve checked fuses and relays with no fix. The truck was stationary.
I PURCHASED MY 2017 Nissan Pathfinder AND HAVE ALREADY HAD TO REPLACE MY REAR BRAKES AND ALL OF MY TIRES. I DIDN'T EVEN HAVE 25000 MILES AND WAS TOLD IT WAS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR. I'VE HAD NUMEROUS VEHICLES AND NEVER HAD TO REPLACE BRAKES OR TIRES WITH SUCH LOW MILEAGE. OBVIOUSLY THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG BECAUSE I AM SEEING THE SAME COMPLAINT FOR OTHER OWNERS. THE TIRES WERE REPLACED IN SEPT 2019 WITH LESS THAN 24K MILES AND I HELD OFF REPAIRING THE BRAKES UNTIL MARCH 2019. EITHER WAY A BRAND NEW VEHICLE WITH THAT MILEAGE SHOULD NOT HAVE TO HAVE THOSE REPAIRS
Ii purchased a 2016 nissan rouge on july 9, 2019. From day one i've had issues with the air conditioning unit blowing out hot. When it's 85 degrees outside, the inside of my rouge is as high as 91 degree. There's been no relief after the dealership made several repairs. This seems to be a defect and i think nissan needs to fix the problem.