Car shifted into neutral at highway speeds and would not go back into drive on 3 separate occasions over the past 6 days. Car is an ev and there was no warning and the battery soc was 50% or more on all occasions. Can can be shifted from neutral to park only, not drive or reverse. Very unsafe to have to cruise to a stop on busy highways without much or any shoulder depending on where the car stops with snow banks. Had to have car towed. The incidents happened separately on 1/27, 1/28, and 2/2 all on the highway at ~60mph. I will upload some pictures of the dtc codes and battery stats for the vehicle. After the incident on 1/27, i replaced my 12v battery with a new one (having done some searching for possible cause), but the issue happened again on 1/28 and 2/2 after the 12v replacement.
Nissan rouge select transmission went in the span of 24 hours. One morning it wouldn’t accelerate past 20 mph, and the next morning it wouldn’t accelerate at all. There were no check engine lights or any other indication that there was a problem before it died, or even after it died. I was told that this model of nissan did not come standard with a transmission cooling unit as, “nissan didn’t think they were necessary on a few models of the rouge, including this one. ” because of this, i needed to get my car towed to middletown nissan, where i was told the cost of repairs, tax and labor would cost approximately $4000, and $5000 with the addition of a cooling unit. The day repairs were to be completed, i got a call as i was on my way to the dealership that there was an error in calculation of labor costs, and nissan wanted to charge me $8700. They ‘lowered the price’ to $6300, and at this point i had been without a car for a week and it was impacting my wife and my ability to work, and my preschool age daughter to go to school(of which i also pay for)
The contact owns a 2015 Nissan Rogue. The contact stated that the rear liftgate supports were corroded, requiring the use of excessive force to open the liftgate. Additionally, the liftgate failed to remain opened while in use, and would forcefully close independently when unattended. The contact had taken the vehicle to a dealer where she was informed that there were no recalls on her vehicle. The manufacturer was also notified of the failure, and the contact was given a case number. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was approximately 60,000.
The contact owns a 2020 nissan kicks. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds or after driving from a complete stop, the vehicle was hesitating while depressing the accelerator pedal. The contact also stated that there was hesitation while shifting between gears. No warning lights were illuminated. The contact made a local dealer aware of the failure; however, the vehicle was not yet taken to be diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 54,000.
The contact owns a 2012 nissan versa. The contact stated while reversing into a parking spot, the vehicle began to hesitate and jerk before the vehicle stalled. The contact stated that the check engine and brake warning lights were illuminated. The contact stated that after several attempts the vehicle restarted. The contact stated she had experienced the failure six times. The contact called and notified the used car dealer where she purchased the vehicle of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact took the vehicle to the local dealer to be diagnosed. The vehicle was not yet diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer had not been informed of the failure. The failure mileage was unknown.
The contact owns a 2015 Nissan Altima. The contact stated that while driving approximately 30 MPH, the vehicle lost motive power and stalled. The contact was able to coast to the side of the road and discovered that the transmission had completely failed. There were no warning lights illuminated. The vehicle was towed back to the residence. The vehicle was towed to the dealer to be diagnosed. The contact was informed that the transmission failed and needed to be replaced. The vehicle had not been repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000.
I was merging on to I-94 from Grand Avenue in Gurnee, IL. I felt the rear end of my car hop. One merged, I noticed my steering was at 2:00, vs straight. After exiting expressway and hitting bumps in the road, I noticed my car "floated". Parked the vehicle and went to work. Left early to avoid traffic. Made it 1/4 mile and the car had a horrible hop to it. Parked the car to investigate. The rear control arm was completely rusted through and broken. I called the Nissan Dealership after reading there is a campaign to replace these under "warranty". Apparently this is an issue with 2013-2018 Altimas in areas where is salt used to help clear roadways in the winter. The dealership has my vehicle now and called to tell me the other one was bad as well. I could have seriously hurt or killed others or myself. This should be a recall and not an extended warranty. I received notification about the hood latch recall, nothing about a campaign regarding the rear control arm.
While driving down interstate the car's automatic collision breaking system activated and brought the car to an immediate stop. While breaking the information screen in the steering wheel area flashed red with an explanation point symbol but as soon as the breaking was done it went away and no other lights appeared on the dash indicating an issue. There was nothing that should have triggered the automatic collision braking system to have engaged. Had someone been directly behind me this could have easily caused an accident by them slamming into the back of my car as nothing would have caused them to expect sudden breaking by me. The unexpected sudden breaking happened twice within a 10 minute window while driving on interstate. I have driven it minimally since so i could have it looked at by the dealer to review the issue as it is under warranty and i felt it unsafe to drive. The car has been inspected by a nissan dealer and they are unable to reproduce the issue and are not taking any repair action at this time.
The contact owned a 2019 Nissan Altima. The contact stated while driving approximately 10 mph and making a left turn, another vehicle crashed into the front driver side of the vehicle. All the air bags did deploy. The contact stated the driver side air bag deployed under the steering wheel caused him to fracture his right leg and his right knee. The contact sought medical attention at a hospital for 11 days and had surgery on his right leg. The contact also stated his front passager had injuries caused by the seat belt. The front passenger sought medical attention and had surgery to have a small portion of her bowel removed. A police report was filed. The insurance company deemed the vehicle a total loss. The vehicle was not drivable and was towed to the insurance company's tow yard. A dealer was not contacted. The manufacturer had been informed of the failure. The failure mileage was 32,812.
The engine malfunction power reduced just pop up, and even i push the accelerator pedal to the floor, it almost dont run, i almost stuck in the center of the traffic crossing.