COULD YOUR NISSAN BE A LEMON?
If you’ve been back to the Nissan dealer many times for repairs to your newer model (2017-2021) Nissan, you could be driving a Nissan lemon. State and federal lemon laws protect consumer’s rights when dealing with a Nissan vehicle that has multiple issues that remain unresolved. These issues can involve the engine, brakes, air conditioning system, electrical problems and many other problems.
Contact our Georgia lemon law attorneys for a free, no obligation consultation today or complete the form for a free Nissan Lemon Law case review. You could be entitled to a refund, cash back, or a different vehicle. You may even be able to get rid of that Nissan lemon once and for all!
Examples of Nissan Problems In Vehicles – Known Issues
There are many Nissan models that have known issues and recalls. For example, some owners of the Nissan vehicles listed below are experiencing these problems and more:
- 2018 Nissan Leaf battery problems – Defective Forward Collision Avoidance System, Electrical System issues.
- 2019 Nissan Altima Problems – Backup Camera Malfunction & Emergency Braking Malfunction.
- 2020 Nissan Pathfinder Problems – Torque Converter Clutch failure, car slow or unable to accelerate, transmission slips, vehicle shakes during acceleration.
- 2019 Nissan Rogue Problems – AEB Braking malfunction(the vehicle brakes on its own), Forward Collision Avoidance system failure, faulty steering system, Electronic Stability Control.
CALL Georgia Lemon Law Attorneys NOW at 404-737-3451 for a free Nissan Lemon Law Case Review! Or complete the Free Case Review form on our website and we will call you back.
If you would like to check for Nissan Problems and recalls due to these problems, you can visit the National Highway & Traffic Safety Administration recalls page.
If you have a one or more recalls for your Nissan, this may or may not impact your lemon law claim.
The Nissan Motor Company was established in Japan in 1933. Nissan’s first production factory in the United States opened in Smyrna Tennessee in 1983.
2012 Nissan Leafs Not Delivering Miles Per Battery Charge as Promised
The Nissan Leaf was designed to give drivers of the vehicle extended mileage on a battery charge and reduce gas consumption. Unfortunately, owners of some 2012 Nisan Leafs have found that they are not getting the mileage per battery charge that they were promised at purchase. There is a big difference between 85 miles per charge and the 60 most drivers have been getting. Though there is supposed to be some necessary degradation over many years, sure seems that these batteries may be getting old way before their time.