Consumers have filed a total of 15 complaints related to Nissan TIRES.
Tl* the contact owns a 2019 nissan titan equipped with general tires, tire line: grabber a/tx, tire size: 265/70/r18, dot number: a3h4hmal5018. The contact stated that the tire continually loss air pressure and air pressure had to be added every two days. The vehicle was taken to al west nissan (2540 n bishop ave #1, rolla, mo 65401) who informed the contact that there was no recall on the tires. Additionally, the contact was informed that there was a pinhole leak with a 2 inch crack on the inside of the tire. The dealer installed the spare tire and shipped the defective tire back to the manufacturer to be examined. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and informed the contact that there was no recall associated with the failure. The failure mileage was 15,500. The vin was not available.
Continental pro contact tire: non-road hazard tire sidewall failure on barely worn tire, potentially leading to loss of vehicle control and/or vehicle rollover. Tire concern was initially indicated with a mild (~26 psi) low tire pressure warning. After stopping to inspect, no debris or other indication of puncture was noted, so pressure was added to return to factory settings. However, hours later and at highway speed, low tire pressure indication returned (to a similar low value in the mid-20's, followed within minutes by sudden pressure drop and tire disintegration. Vehicle control was compromised due to sudden tire failure. Upon tire removal at side of freeway, i noted that the interior tire sidewall was missing substantial chunks of rubber, a classic "blow out. " the next day a very careful inspection by local discount tire store revealed absolutely zero indication of pre-failure pressure loss: no nail or other debris punctures in any part of the remaining tire, and zero/no indication of prior low-pressure operation (which could lead to tire overheating and subsequent failure). Strongly suspect either a major construction or material defect was likely cause of this hazardous and nearly spontaneous tire failure, on a tire mounted on a new car under a year old, and with minimal tire wear. Upon submission of this complaint i will contact discount tire and request tire be retained for submission/inspection, if desired; please advise promptly if you'd like to inspect the tire.
I have purchase set of tires in feb-17-2020. I drive nissan titan xd and i follow the manufacture recommendation for tire pressure and rotation. Not even 6 month of my purchase i have spotted crack near tire bid on 3 tires. Brand is cooper discoverer at3 xlt. Dot : ut6kinj 4819. I do not tow my vehicle. I use for work daily and not putting anything on my bed beside cover on it. I drove less then 10k since i put new tires. I think i have received defective tires. I need help since installer and store i purchase recommend me to contact manufacturer.
1) i was driving on the highway us 35 going west bound where my rear passenger tire blew out right before the 75 overpass. 2) passenger rear tire blew out. A 2 inch abrasion on the side wall. 3) i bought a new tire and repaired my rim.
GROOVED ROAD SURFACE IN COMBINATION WITH SPECIFIC VEHICLES GIVE DRIVERS THE FEELING OF LOSING CONTROL OF THEIR VEHICLES AT FREEWAY SPEEDS. SPECIFICALLY, THE GROOVED SURFACE OF WASHINGTON STATE ROUTE 520 EVERGREEN POINT FLOATING BRIDGE (REGULAR SPEED OF 60 MPH) IN COMBINATION WITH CURRENT MODEL Nissan Leaf, ARE LEADING TO SIGNIFICANT "GROOVE WANDER" WITH HEAVY SHAKING TO THE LEFT AND RIGHT. THE RAPID ONSET OF SUCH SHAKING UPON DRIVING ONTO THE BRIDGE AT 60 MPH IS GIVING DRIVERS A FEELING OF LOSING CONTROL OF THEIR VEHICLES. THIS EFFECT DOES NOT GET BETTER EVEN WHEN REDUCING SPEED TO 40 MPH.THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON EVER SINCE THE NEW BRIDGE WAS OPENED OVER A YEAR AGO, AND IS MUCH WORSE THAN THE SIDE WINDS EXPERIENCED ON THE PREVIOUS BRIDGE. NISSAN DENIES BEING AWARE OF THIS ISSUE. AT MY WORKPLACE, MULTIPLE DRIVERS HAVE REPORTED THIS EFFECT, WHICH ALSO OCCURS ON A PAVEMENT TEST SEGMENT BETWEEN REDMOND WA AND WOODINVILLE WA (AVONDALE RD).