And I thought auto makers were good people.
It's amazing how naive people can be.My lease terminates next April. I'll be saving a few extra duckets to get the RAV4 EV. Similar companies like Toyota and Honda know how to foster good relationships with their customers - hence their success. May Nissan choke on my 2/3rd's capacity paperweight.
It's equally amazing how brave people get behind a keyboard.AP1 wrote:It's amazing how naive people can be.
It's funny you mention that. I too, had that issue with my 04 350Z Roadster, and like you, knew about the TSB. However, after calling it into NNA I spent a Saturday going to three different dealers before I could get one to agree to replace a single tire. I also had to get the soft top replaced twice, the leather steering wheel replaced, and the driver side window motor replaced -all within three years on their supposed FLAGSHIP product made in Japan.cwerdna wrote:FWIW, Nissan has sometimes responded to common problems and complaints in a positive manner. The 03 and 04 350Z were known for their infamous front tire feathering issue. They ended up putting out a TSB, extended the warranty 2x on this issue which entitled many folks, including me to get their front tires replaced for free along w/a free alignment...
TonyWilliams wrote:This settlement is FANTASTIC news for Nissan. Any future challenge is stopped in its tracks!!!!
Bravo again, Nissan. Nothing actually fixed, no real money spent, no admitted culpability, everything under the carpet with NDA's.
Honda isn't really any better, at least if you're the owner of a 2006-2008 Honda Civic Hybrid. The class action suit due to a software update causing reduced battery range (and this increasing fuel consumption) resulted in these owners getting:z0ner wrote:Wow. Just when I thought Nissan couldn't sink any lower... The whole "we'll extend the battery warranty out of the goodness of our heart", a complete and utter sham.
My lease terminates next April. I'll be saving a few extra duckets to get the RAV4 EV. Similar companies like Toyota and Honda know how to foster good relationships with their customers - hence their success. May Nissan choke on my 2/3rd's capacity paperweight.