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Nissan has agreed to extend warranties and reimburse repair expenses for consumers who purchased Sentra, Versa or Versa Note vehicles with a defective transmission.

The settlement will benefit consumers who purchased or leased a 2013 to 2017 Nissan Sentra, 2014 to 2017 Nissan Versa Note, and/or a 2012 to 2017 Nissan Versa vehicle equipped with a continuously variable transmission.

Plaintiffs in the Nissan class action lawsuit filed their claims in June 2018, alleging that their vehicles were equipped with defective transmissions.

The alleged transmission defect reportedly causes affected vehicles to suddenly jerk and shake while being operated. This can reportedly occur at inopportune times, with one plaintiff allegedly experiencing the problem in the middle of a five lane freeway.

According to the plaintiffs, the defect shows up in vehicles outside of the five year, 60,000 mile powertrain warranty sold with Nissan vehicles. This means that consumers are allegedly forced to foot the bill for repairs.

Nissan has not admitted any wrongdoing but recently agreed to settle the claims brought against them in the transmission class action.

Under the settlement, consumers will receive an extension of their Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty from 60 months or 60,000 miles to 84 months or 84,000 miles. Consumers may also be eligible to have their repair expenses reimbursed. More information is available in the “Potential Award” section below.

In order to receive reimbursement from the settlement, Class Members need to file a valid Claim Form by Jan. 30, 2020 or within 30 days of a qualifying transmission repair (whichever is later).

The deadline for exclusion and objection is Feb. 7, 2020. The final approval hearing for the Nissan class action settlement is March 6, 2020.

Who’s Eligible

Consumers who purchased or leased a 2013 to 2017 Nissan Sentra, 2014 to 2017 Nissan Versa Note, and/or a 2012 to 2017 Nissan Versa vehicle equipped with a continuously variable transmission.

Potential Award

Warranty extension, up to $4,750 in reimbursement or $1,000 voucher.

  • An extension of each Class Members’ Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty from 60 months or 60,000 miles to 84 months or 84,000 miles.
  • Consumers can also be reimbursed for 100 percent of the transmission repairs they paid for, if the following apply to the repairs:
    • Repairs were made by an authorized Nissan dealer;
    • Repairs were made within the time and mileage limits of the Warranty Extension (84 months or 84,000 miles);
    • Repairs were made before the vehicle’s odometer exceeded 90,000 miles or before Jan. 30, 2020 (whichever occurs first) if consumers can provide proof that a Nissan dealer diagnosed the problem and recommended qualifying repairs while the vehicle was covered by the warranty extension.
  • Reimbursement of up to $4,750 is available if eligible repairs were made by a non-Nissan repair facility.
  • Former owners who repaired transmissions two or more times may receive a $1,000 voucher toward the purchase or lease of a new Nissan or Infiniti car.
Proof of Purchase

Documentation proving repairs done to an affected vehicle.

Claim Form

NOTE: If you do not qualify for this settlement do NOT file a claim.

Remember: you are submitting your claim under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim. If you’re unsure if you qualify, please read the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website to ensure you meet all standards (Top Class Actions is not a Settlement Administrator). If you don’t qualify for this settlement, check out our database of other open class action settlements you may be eligible for.

Claim Form Deadline

1/30/2020 or 30 days after a qualifying transmission repair, whichever is later

Case Name

Weckwerth, et. al. v. Nissan North America Inc., Case No. 3:18-cv-00588, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

Final Hearing


UPDATE: The Nissan Transmission Class Action Settlement was granted final approval on March 10, 2020.  Top Class Actions will continue to provide updates as we learn more. It is not known at this time how quickly claims will be paid. Keep checking back and let us know when you receive a check in the comments section below or on our  Facebook page.

Claims Administrator

Nissan Sentra-Versa CVT Litigation Settlement Administrator
c/o KCC Class Action Services LLC
P.O. Box 43180
Providence, RI 02940-3180

Class Counsel

Gary E. Mason

Lawrence Deutsch
Russell D. Paul

Raul Perez
Tarek H. Zohdy
Cody R. Padgett

Taylor C. Bartlett
W. Lewis Garrison, Jr.
Christopher B. Hood

Natalie Finkelman
James C. Shah

Melissa S. Weiner

Defense Counsel

E Paul Cauley, Jr.
S. Vance Wittie

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  • Anita June 3, 2020

    Where are we getting a settlement check from anyone know

  • Nikki Rodriguez May 30, 2020

    I own a nissan altima and both of my daughters own nissan versas. We were not made aware of any settlement and one of my daughters is now having transmission issues. If she has a new transmission put in by a nissan dealership, will she qualify for reimbursement or is she too late?

  • Mina May 28, 2020

    Hi guys,

    Am I able to submit a claim if I have a rebuilt title?

    Nissan confirmed the CVT issue but work has not yet been done.

    Thank you,


  • Angel Williams May 27, 2020

    Has anybody received a check ? Or know how we can check the status?

    • Austin May 28, 2020


  • Traci Nance May 25, 2020

    Anyone know the name of an attorney. Pretty sure my car was traded i. Before I bought it because of this issue. Dealer sold it and nissan won’t help me financially to fix. Wanting tp.speak with an attorney. Not sure who to call.

  • Samy May 21, 2020

    Can someone call the attorney’s?

    • Cmon Mann May 22, 2020

      The answer to this repetitive question is both in these ‘comments’ multiple times and on the official website. Spend 30 seconds reading it.

  • Jenna S May 20, 2020

    I sent an email to and they responded to let me know that I do have an active claim and should receive reimbursement! They could not say when checks would be mailed out! This is from the email confirmation that o got when I submitted the claim and I had to provide my claim number

    • Austin May 28, 2020

      What did you tell them to verify you would be getting reinbursement?

      • Jenna May 28, 2020

        I gave them the claim number from when I originally submitted my claim! It took them a week or so to respond

  • Geronimo Martinez May 20, 2020

    It is already may 20th, can someone tell me if anyone have started receiving their settlement check?

    • Amber May 21, 2020


      • Anitalockett May 21, 2020

        Still waiting

  • Jenna S May 20, 2020

    I received this email yesterday! I sent an email response weeks ago to the email that I got when o filed the claim! The one that gave me my claim number! Hope this helps! At least I know that I do have an active claim and should be getting reimbursement at some point!


    Thank you for your email.

    After our initial review, it appears that you have a valid claim on file. However, we do not have a definitive date on when the settlement award will be distributed. For the update on the case, please click the following link:


    Nissan Sentra-Versa CVT Litigation Settlement Administrator

  • Izayan M. May 16, 2020

    I can’t believe it..more waiting..

  • Anitalockett May 14, 2020

    Where are we getting our settlement check

    • Dave May 15, 2020

      Yes when is it coming

      • Jason Hayes May 17, 2020

        I have the same question.

  • Trini Quevedo May 12, 2020

    I am still waiting to to hear
    something any kind of notice can you please let me know what’s going on with my reimbursement thank you. I am so sorry if I being a bother

  • Trini Quevedo May 12, 2020

    I am still waiting to to hear
    something any kind of notice can you please let me know what’s going on with my reimbursement thank you

  • Mariah C Otero May 6, 2020

    Update on the settlement checks. After looking at the settlement page it states that the effective date of the settlement will be May 10th, and that they will send out checks and vouchers WITHIN 90 days. So I’m very frustrated to find out that we might have to wait even longer even after the lady said they would start mailing out right after May 10th.

    • Francine Waiters May 7, 2020

      Hey Mariah, where are you seeing this information? Do you think the May 10 date for potential mailing is completely off the table?

      • Mariah C Otero May 7, 2020

        I saw it on the official settlement page. My fiance thinks that they are just giving themselves extra time to get them out. But I don’t think they will be sending them out as of May 10th.

    • Shayla Greene May 8, 2020

      Where is the settlement available? I read the order that was issued march 10th after the march 6th hearing and there was a 30 day window for appeals which there were none .Anytime after April 10th I think rightfully we should all get our reimbursement it’s only right. I mean a judge ordered it & no appeals were filed ..I dont understand what’s the hold up.

      • R May 8, 2020

        The effective date is May 10 with your payment (or your denial letter) to go out within 90 days from that. Payments will likely go out closer to the end of the 90 day period.

        • Shayla Greene May 15, 2020

          Where is the settlement available to read ? I read the order that was issued march 10th after the march 6th hearing and there was a 30 day window for appeals which there were none .Anytime after April 10th I think rightfully we should all get our reimbursement it’s only right. I mean a judge did order it already 🤷🏾‍♀️& no appeals were filed ..I dont understand what’s the hold up.

  • Alissa May 2, 2020

    We took our car to the Nissan dealership over a year ago having the problem. They said it was fixed and we could come and get it. Great, we picked it up and it was still having issues. We called the dealership and they said we could make an appointment to have it looked at again. Of course, the appointment was like 6 weeks away or something. When the day came, we had other things going on. So… it just sat because we really didn’t want to drive it with issues. Now, our other car was having some work done one day and we needed to drive the car. Of course, it finally stopped moving in the middle of the road. Now, with the case closed what options do we have? 79k miles or so. Just over the mileage. We fit into the new extended warranty from the lawsuit but does it apply to all owners that didn’t know about this problem until now that the case is closed?

    • Mariah C Otero May 6, 2020

      As far as I understand even if you didn’t submit a claim as long as you didn’t opt out of the settlement, if you meet the requirements you should be able to get the extended warranty. I would check in with an attorney to double check.

  • Juliette Bonenfant April 30, 2020

    I have a 2011 Nissan Rogue, it has 67,000 miles purchased brand new, they are now telling me I need a new transmission. The car does not go above 30mph, I had no idea there was a problem with CVT’s what can I do, I filed a claim today with (I guess Nissan mfg)I was told they might go 1/2 with me on the repairs ($5700.00). The car has had all its service done at Nissan, and done regularly. 2 small scratches vehicle is in excellent shape, there was no warning indicating there was an issue with the vehicle it just stopped going!! Shouldn’t there have been a warning or service light that went on

  • John April 26, 2020


    I am just about to buy a 2015 Versa note with 60k miles for my daughter. I just now stumbled onto this lawsuit.

    Will I be eligible for the extended warranty, or is only for the original buyer?

    • Mariah C Otero April 27, 2020

      I would just cut your losses and buy a different car. After putting $7,000+ into our car to get the transmission issues fixed, nothing helped. It’s still running badly once we get our claim money were paying it off and getting a completely different vehicle. It’s also extremely dangerous to drive. Our car would basically stop on the freeway anytime we tried to go over 70 it was so scary. And even if you qualified for the warranty which I doubt (cause they find loopholes everywhere) their claims department is extremely difficult to work with.

    • Mariah C Otero April 27, 2020

      Also the person who is selling the car is probably very familiar with these issues, and may have already put in a claim of their own for reimbursement so that would void out anything for your daughter.

  • Mina April 24, 2020

    Hi all,

    I’m new here, my car started having transmission issues just this week. My mechanic confirmed that I need a new one. I didn’t realize there was a settlement taking place until I started doing research. My car is a 2014 versa note, I bought it a few years ago from a previous owner and it’s rebuilt, currently under 70k miles. Do I still qualify for the extended warranty?

  • Naomie April 18, 2020

    Hello all,

    In the above it is mentioned that we should be receiving checks some time starting on or about May 10, 2020. Unfortunately the communication for the entity in charge of this class action lawsuit has provided little to no communication to us. I filed by the deadline and as long as that was done you should all receive checks. I’m very hopeful it will all work out, God works all things out for our good. Have faith in God not man as we are let down consistently. Please be safe and healthy.

    • Anita April 19, 2020

      How do you know we supposed to be getting a check by May 10th

      • Mariah C Otero April 19, 2020

        May 10th is the date they will start distributing not the exact date you will get it. I got that information from one of the attorneys working on the case.

        • T.D. April 28, 2020

          Correct. Ninety days from May 10. That is what the update says.

          • CJ April 30, 2020

            What update?

  • Mariah C Otero April 17, 2020

    (932342011) is the number I called to ask about the case. I gave my information and an attorney is supposed to call me back in a day or two. I’ll give an update with what they tell me.

    • Mariah C Otero April 17, 2020

      UPDATE. After the final hearing which was March 10 2020 it takes 61 days for them to get everything in order for distribution this means that you will start receiving notices or check around MAY 10 2020.

      • Samuel April 18, 2020

        Mariah thanks for the update. Finally some good news. Wish you the best.

    • Lanise May 4, 2020

      That’s not a number it’s missing numbers

  • John Shuster April 17, 2020

    Any news or timeframes for people who have a confirmed claim number? Any place to enter your claim number and get a status? C’mon man, I am out $5000!

  • LG April 16, 2020

    Still waiting and no information given or updates!

  • trista April 13, 2020

    Are they only doing reinbursments for cars that had repair work? My tranny gave out but it cost to much to rebuild or replace.

    • Mariah C Otero April 17, 2020

      When I submitted a claim I had to provide proof of the repairs in order to be eligible for the refund. But if you didn’t have repairs done, and didn’t opt out of the lawsuit then you qualify for the $1000 voucher towards a new Nissan and the extended warranty. So if you still have your car and the transmission went out during the extension you can file a claim to get it fixed.

  • Carol Garnett April 10, 2020

    I filed my claim on Nov 4th with documents of me paying out of pocket. Still awaiting reimbursement. No communication since the confirmation email. Any updates?? Has anyone received any communication or reimbursements???

    • Yolanda April 12, 2020

      I’m still waiting. No reimbursement yet.

    • Jarvis April 13, 2020

      I’m still waiting also, no payment yet

      • Austin April 15, 2020

        Im still waiting also no payment no info of what to expect nothing


    I have not received notice concerning my claim. When will I get my check? Am I getting a check? It is impossible to reach anyone and I am really annoyed. I need someone to contact me IMMEDIATELY to let me know when I am getting my payment. The receipt for submission of my paid receipt showing transmission replacement and reprogramming was sent in on January 17th through the site, and I was given a Claim #NIA-60010484201.
    WHAT’S GOING ON? It is not fair that I get no notices . . . and I expect I will get paid since I did not receive any denial of my claim, nor did anyone request additional or clarifying documents. THIS IS JUST SUCH BULL – I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER NISSAN EVER AGAIN!

  • Sammy April 8, 2020

    Did anybody reach out to counsel?

  • Michelle Burton April 6, 2020


    I wanted everyone to know what I have had to go through in the last 6 months not to mention the last few days to try and get my CVT transmission fixed. First and foremost I love my car, but I will never buy another Nissan and will let anyone and everyone I know, by word of mouth, the hell I’ve gone through for the last 6 months. In October my CVT transmission was going bad and has been diagnosed as having been seized. I was so heartbroken as my car at the time was still under the 5 years but was at 78000 miles (18000 over the manufacturer warranty) and I paid it off not but a year ago, so I would have to pay out of pocket. 4-5 thousand dollars. I kept calling my local Nissan Dealer on who to call and they kept asking for my VPN # and kept stating that they don’t see an update in the system. Stupid me kept thinking that it was regarding Nissan being proactive and putting a flag in the system for all Nissan Versa’s within the time frame of the class-action lawsuit. Once I found out the lawsuit was signed off by the judge I decided to wait a month before contacting my Nissan again. However again, they told me the same thing. That’s when I started to ask more specific questions and getting the run-around and ended up calling Corporate. After calling, I was greeted on the phone by someone who asked (snobbishly I might add) why I didn’t call earlier because my warranty was good for 10 years. I told him because: 1. I’ve never been in this situation before, 2. I was waiting patiently for the class action lawsuit to finish and 3. I was not informed to call Corporate. Now that the lawsuit is signed off by the judge and finished I’m still getting nowhere. After getting a case number I was able to get my car towed to Nissan and diagnosed with a seized transmission. I had to call Nissan Corporate back (not liking that I’m the monkey in the middle, isn’t this what my dealership is supposed to do?) Corporate called me today and explained that I had been given incorrect information and that my warranty would not cover it as I was 18000 miles over in mileage but they would pay for 80% and I would be responsible for 20%. GREAT! Back to square one; I keep bringing up the Class action lawsuit and they keep telling me that they do not have any information on this. I asked Corporate who do I need to talk to about this and I was given the NHTFA National Highway and Traffic System Administration. I got their number they referred me to The Federal Trade Commission where I have made a formal complaint that Nissan is not fulfilling the agreement. Here is where you can help. if you have not already done so, 1. Please call corporate at 800-647-7261 to get a case number. 2. have your car diagnosed at your local dealership (the $78.00 fee should be waived or reimbursed) 3. if you are still having to pay out of pocket and being told by Corporate that your car is not in warranty, then call the Federal Trade commission at 877-982-4357 and place a complaint. I have sent an e-mail to my Nissan caseworker and with the website and the class action lawsuit info.

  • Trini Quevedo April 5, 2020

    Any information on the reimbursement please let me know thank you

  • A.Ferraro April 4, 2020

    Anyone hear anything new? There’s no new info, no new mail. Anyone try and contact someone?

  • Richard fischer April 3, 2020

    I applied for a rebate month ago and to date I did not receive any notification of my rebate(refund) of almost $4000 when will I get my money back

  • Gwendolyn E Burroughs April 1, 2020

    My transmission is acting up and I file a claim and they want to send in paperwork where I got the transmission fix but I don’t have the money to fix it and I haven’t heard anything else about this lawsuit yet

  • Char March 31, 2020

    Any Update on receiving checks?

  • Trudy Ann Allred March 30, 2020

    I have a claim number from when I filled out the application to be a part of the lawsuit. Is there a place I can go and find out the status of my claim?

  • Gloria Morales March 30, 2020

    I filed a claim do you know when claims will be processed for reimbursement?

  • Christy A Manning March 29, 2020

    I have not herd anything please let me know also

  • Stephanie Carreon March 26, 2020

    Any statutes on the reimbursement checks?

    • Jay March 27, 2020

      Not yet. I’m still waiting for mine. And it seems like my car is messing up again.

      • TERRI WYNN March 31, 2020

        had a transmission done in April 2019 had to get another transmission done this month in march. i thought it was a gasket but Danco said it was the transmission again. i’m changing transmissions before i change brakes 2013 Nissian Altima

  • Susanna Standish March 24, 2020

    I took my 2015 Nissan Versa Note with 83k mi to the dealership in Salem, Oregon. They are requiring I pay $150 to diagnose it, and claim there is no such settlement in regards to the extended warranty on the transmission. How do I enforce my legal right to have my transmission repaired???
    Thank you for any help pointing me in the right direction.

  • Tori March 24, 2020

    Hi, I successfully filed a claim for reimbursement and I haven’t heard anything back. The only thing I received was a confirmation email. Does anyone know if there are more straps I need to take or do I just wait on a check ?

    • Zach Donohue March 25, 2020

      I’m in the same situation. There’s no updates from what I can tell. Other than waiting for a check…

      • Tori Paschal April 1, 2020

        Wow I wish there was number to contact them for the status.

  • M March 22, 2020

    My Nissan Sentra has 125k miles on it, and the cvt just gave out. I know Im going to have to pay a lot of money for a new transmission. I am not sure what to do since I still owe 5k on it. I know the settlement was approved but what about all of us who have a lot of miles. Anyone have any news?

    • Richard R Miller March 27, 2020

      I have not received any information on when I will receive an extended warranty for my Nissan, can you please send me some information. Thank you

    • Cyril swavy April 10, 2020

      Get rid of it. You will be a fool to keep it

    • Carl April 10, 2020

      That a good question, I still owe 8,000.00 dollar on mine and had to have my repairs twice. I have try to contact the attorneys and no one can give you an answer. From what I know about lawyers and their suing someone and winning, they get their fees and share before anyone. And then take a vacation afterward. They don’t give a hoot about no one but themselves and what they win. You are looking at about six months or more before anything is issue. They has to send out these letter in order to win the settlement.

  • Anet Sherrill March 20, 2020

    I have a 2006 Nissan Xterra and my transmission & radiator went out is Nissan responsible for the $5,000

  • Anquinette Sherrill March 20, 2020

    My Nissan Xterra 2006 transmission & radiator went out are Nissan held responsible

  • Paula Stratton March 18, 2020

    I replacedy transmission twice first time was from salvage it had 42g on it it lasted 2 wks undwr warrenty still so tjey replaced w anotjer salvag tjat had only 6 thous 200 miles on it it lasted 2 days so they refunded my money. I went got a manufactured one. Almost 5thousand bucks and it lastednot evem 4 months so now its sitting in my backyard. Does anypmw know what happen w the lawsuiy

  • Jessica Davila March 18, 2020

    Saludos, necesito más información al respecto ya que llamo a los números de teléfono y sale ocupado y no he podido hacer mi relamación, gracias.

  • Alyssa LaMura March 17, 2020

    I filed a claim i believe after the deadline . I had to have my CVT transmission changed at 47k miles on 11/27/2019. i have a claim number but wanted to check to see if i will apart of this settlement or if there is anything that can be done.

  • Stacy Lewis March 12, 2020

    Can you call me about Nissan transmission

    • Th March 12, 2020


  • Mitch Hilburn March 9, 2020

    I bought a 2012 maxima new. 102 thousand miles later you put it in reverse count to ten before it engages. Evidently not included in warranty extension.

  • Zach Donohue March 6, 2020

    It appears that the court hearing was successful and that the settlement has been closed. What steps should I now take to obtain my reimbursement? I already submitted a claim that I filed within the deadline.

    • Ron Edmonds March 7, 2020

      How did you find out it was successful?

    • Priscilla March 9, 2020

      Have you found out I’d any further action is required to receive reimbursement?

    • Joy March 9, 2020

      You have to take the vehicle to a Nissan dealership and have them diagnose it, then call Nissan.

      • Loretta guajardo March 10, 2020

        Joy I just had a diagnosis at Nissan gonna cost 4800 they didn’t say anything about repairs being covered or reimbursed who do u speak to at nissan

    • Ted March 11, 2020

      I to am wondering when I will get a reimbursement check. All necessary paper work was filed. Can anyone answer or give more details?

      • Matt March 15, 2020

        Anybody know about the checks

    • Michell Burton March 16, 2020

      I just went to Nissan of Gainesville FL (literally walking out of building) nothing is showing up in their computer stating everything is approved to start working on cars. Service manager said it could take as long as a month to month in a half to kick in. Once it does then I can schedule an appointment to have my car fixed.

  • Toni C March 5, 2020

    I replaced my 2013 nissan sentra transmission in january of 2019 and with 92,000 miles. It cost me 4000 dollars to replace. I am a single mother and it ate up my whole savings i had built up for 3 years. I just miss the deadline and I AM IRRIATE!

    • Joy March 9, 2020

      Call Nissan

  • Mary robertson March 4, 2020

    I have 2015 nissan sentra sv that nissan replaced a cvt with 60,000 and my locks dont work sometimes my trunk wont open i try to trade 5,000 i owe 10,000 i need help

  • Sandra D. Gorsuch March 1, 2020

    I tried sending my information in on my Nissan Versa a couple of months ago, it would tell me an error has occurred resubmit?? My mother bought her Nissan with a very pushy sales person. She was 80 years old and I and my siblings felt she was taken advantage of!! I was out of town when she and a friend went to just look. When I returned home and found her crying and so upset she felt like she had been pushed into this deal. We went back with her to the dealer and came up with another deal for her, totally not a good one, but they claimed they had already sent her Toyota Matrix a very nice vehicle off. My mother had stage 4 cancer, clearly not in a sound frame of mind!! She and I both took that vehicle back to the lot where she bought it and another Dealer to complain about the transmission.. They would tell us every time that is the way the transmission works!! I paid for the car in full after my mother past away! I do know I would never buy a Nissan with this kind of treatment, especially to senior citizens!

  • Jennifer Lamb March 1, 2020

    I have a 2014 Nissan verse when I bought it was new only had 7 miles on it and it only has right at 119,000 miles on it now. just saw this and my car is having problems now making noise sounds like transmission going to go out. My car been a great car no problems till now Everyone with these cars and problems should be helped it’s not our fault when things like this happen. Wish I new what to do .

  • Jarett Chizick February 28, 2020

    I have had issues with my 2016 sentra transmission, tried to have the dealership fix it, they ‘updated’ the firmware, but it didn’t fix the issue. It won’t let me file a claim with this suit, but I know it needs to be fixed. How can I get a claim number in this class action Law suit? Or get the transmission fixed /replaced either paying for it and getting reimbursed or having Nissan do it for free? I have an open claim # with Nissan of America. If nothing is done, how can I get this issue resolved? Thanks

  • Alma Flores February 21, 2020

    I have a Nissan Sentra 2014 and my transmission went down after the date to file a claim. I file a vehicle safety complaint as other person mentioned in this place. I think is a good idea if everyone doesn’t it because the they need to do something about it.

  • Amanda Spears February 18, 2020

    My CVT transmission went out 2/9/20 on my 2014 Versa Note – 75k miles. I see different articles online where the warranty was extended to 120k miles/10 year but several websites where customers are reaching out to Nissan and being denied.

    I have only had this vehicle for ELEVEN MONTHS!

  • Margarita February 17, 2020

    My daughter bought a 2013 Nissan Sentra and her transmission went she still owes like 7grand on it. It going to cost her almost 4grand to fix. She also did not know abt the class action lawsuit. What can she do. She’s planning on going back to the dealer to get a new car and I don’t think it’s fair .

  • Sara February 14, 2020

    For anyone finding this information now that the deadline has passed, or your car had too many miles to qualify, there is still an option!!!

    PLEASE call Nissan Consumer Affairs and open up a case about your transmission. My 2013 Sentra transmission needed replacement with 106k miles on it. It would have been $4200 to replace from the dealer. I called Consumer Affairs and opened a case requesting full coverage of the replacement cost. Within 1 business day, a representative contacted the dealer who had my car for repair and myself with an offer to cover 60% of the cost at warranty rates (less than what I would have paid as an out of warranty customer). This brought my cost down to $1200 out of pocket. There is still hope! I know it’s not full coverage, but I was about to buy a new car and this is a much cheaper option, and everything else about the car is in great shape.

    The Consumer Affairs number is (800) NISSAN-1 (or 800-647-7261). PLEASE CALL and see what they will do for you. This will let Nissan know there is still a HUGE problem that was not covered by this lawsuit.

    • Allison February 24, 2020

      I called that number and they were of no assistance what so ever. Just bought the car 2 months ago, 2015 Versa Note, knew nothing about any of this.

  • Wendy RIeker February 12, 2020

    I had my transmission go out at 73K miles.. they replaced it under warranty.. now i am at 138K miles and the new transmission is bad and needs replaced.. TELL ME WHY should I HAVE TO pay to have it redone when they know these transmission are BAD..

    • Wendy RIeker February 12, 2020

      I also never got any info on class action law suit regarding this . w hen I had it replaced 65 K miles ago. I am extremely upset with Nissan and now wants me to pay $4800 to replace what they know is bad.

  • Natalie Hill-Hudson February 11, 2020

    I have a 2014 Nissan Versa. My transmission just went out and I never knew of any class action suit. I see the deadline has passed. I never received anything in the mail about anything. I’m really upset because I don’t know what else to do. I’m without a car and it’s nothing else I can do with this junk transmission. I found out about this from my church member who has a Nissan Sentra on 2-9-2020.

  • Nick Brennan February 10, 2020

    I have just noticed this class action against Nissan today, i had to trade in my broken transmission Sentra 2013 CVT in a dealership for another car last christmas leaving me with a debt of 10K on my loan balance. 3 days late to fill something in sucks… wish i could of gotten something in return to reduce that amount a bit.

  • Melinda atienza February 7, 2020

    I just replaced my 2013 transmission and my mechanic told me about this and I went to be added and I don’t have a claim number? Can I call Nissan for it. I replaced it November 2019

    • Anita March 10, 2020

      Do anybody know what is the next step

  • Tam February 3, 2020

    What will it take to get the 2013 Nissan Rogue’s in a class action? Mine has 85K and I now am having transmission problems. Nissan knew these transmissions were faulty. I will never buy another Nissan and unfortunately learned about these issues AFTER I had purchased mine. Had I heard sooner, would never have bought from them.

    • Danielle finn February 16, 2020

      I agree i have a 2013 nissan rogue 35,286 miles n somethings wrong with the transmission

  • Timothy Horace Wheeless February 1, 2020

    I have a 2015 Altima and have NOT had any problems on this car yet. I am coming up on 96000 miles, so my question is “What can I do to possibly avoid any problems with my car, before it starts to have serious problems. If I get screwed on this like I did on my Nissan Xterra, I will be done with Nissan forever. The Xterra transmission cost me 3k to get rebuilt and if I have any issues with this Altima. NO MORE NISSANS! I will tell everyone on the planet how I got screwed two times because of defect transmissions and we will NOT part ways as friends.
    Awaiting a response from NISSAN.


  • Maria Ford February 1, 2020

    I am a 66 year old disable female Veteran. I purchased a 2015 Nissan sentra, Dec. 2015. I just recieved a post card from the law suit today, this is 1/31/2020. I have 55,500 miles on my car. Should I take it into Nissan to have the transmission checked. Plus, on the card it says do nothing and you will be on the settlement, you will automatically recieve the extended warranty. Plus, be bound by the settlement agreement and any judgement in the case. So, my is question: Do I take my sentra into Nissan have the transmission checked?

  • Jon Wilson January 31, 2020

    I have a 2013 Nissan Sentra that I purchased brand new. I only have a little over 50,000 miles on it. I just recently went back to school and haven’t drove it much the past couple years. Every now and then the car jerks speeds and randomly slows down. Is there anything I can do?

  • Rosemary Johnson January 31, 2020

    I would like for someone to give me a call about my 2017 Nissan Ultima transmission to go out I’m just trying to see how can I go about getting a reimbursement or what do I need to do my car is only two years old and I had to replace the transmission give me a call at 352-308-4769 any information would help import me in the direction I need to be in thanks

  • Francisca castro January 30, 2020

    I need to know when are we going yo hear from Nissan?
    I filed a claim

  • Joe January 29, 2020

    My 2012 Nissan Rouge Transmission just failed a few weeks ago 105k miles

  • Julia McClain January 29, 2020

    I bought a Nissan Sentral SV from auction n the transmission started acting up n bucking n I was stepping on the peddle n it didn’t want to move so it completely came to a stop after I was getting off the off stamp to go home it shook n was just creating alone I made it home n the nex day it would not start so I had it towed to my mechanic n he said it was my transmission was gone so I had the person who sold it to me to come n tow it back to his mechanic n fix it . He told me that they put a new transmission in it that I don’t believe. I am still afraid of driving it but I have no choice so a week ago it started leaking oil on the ground so I took it to my mechanic n he put it on the ramp n took a look at it n said 3bolts was loose the threads was stripped so I hade to get it repaired $130 the cover had 3 bolts left inside of it n they put them back . 2013 Nissan Sentral it had 90 thousand miles plus

  • Julia McClain January 29, 2020

    I bought a Nissan Sentral SV from auction n the transmission started acting up n bucking n I was stepping on the peddle n it didn’t want to move so it completely came to a stop after I was getting off the off stamp to go home it shook n was just creating alone I made it home n the nex day it would not start so I had it towed to my mechanic n he said it was my transmission was gone so I had the person who sold it to me to come n tow it back to his mechanic n fix it . He told me that they put a new transmission in it that I don’t believe. I am still afraid of driving it but I have no choice so a week ago it started leaking oil on the ground so I took it to my mechanic n he put it on the ramp n took a look at it n said 3bolts was loose the threads was stripped so I hade to get it repaired $130 the cover had 3 bolts left inside of it n they put them back .

  • Nina Jason January 29, 2020

    I am Canadian. My 2012 Nissan Versa gave out JUNE 2018 with approximately 71.5 K miles. My VIN is not included for the extended warranty but my local Nissan dealership offered to swap out the transmission, at my expense, for a new or used CVT for $5,500 plus tax. The warranty would have been 90 days on a new one and 30 days on used. I went to a real transmission shop, Eastern Transmission, an hour and a half from my home in Montreal, who refurbished the OG CVT and gave a full one year warranty on the parts and labour. I want to be compensated for my cost to repair this substandard CVT as well as my gas and bus tickets, total $4,062.25 Cdn. Am I able to be part of this class action lawsuit? Thank you.

    • Top Class Actions January 29, 2020

      Hi Nina,
      According to the settlement website: You are a Class Member and part of the Settlement if you purchased or leased in the United States or its territories, including Puerto Rico, a 2013-2017 Nissan Sentra, 2014-2017 Nissan Versa Note, and 2012-2017 Nissan Versa vehicle equipped with a CVT.

      Unfortunately, vehicles purchased in Canada are not included in this particular settlement.

  • Lisa January 29, 2020

    I purchased a 2012 Nissan Rogue CV. Any of Nissan’s CVT Transmissions by JATCO are defective! I am no able to run the heat or air conditioner and drive more than an hour and half on the highway without losing power. My vehicle will not drive faster than 40 mph on the highway if I run the aire or heat. All of JATCO transmissions should be recalled and replaced immediately!!!

    My Rogue now has 105k miles. Do I have any recourse?

  • Michael January 28, 2020

    My 2013 NIssan Sentra had the transmission blew at 82000 miles. It stared with the vehicle constantly jerking upon applying the gas. I drove on the expressway daily and it almost seemed like the car was going to stall on you. Upon receiving the validity that the cars transmission was the issue. I was stated that only a Nissan dealership could fix it. I did go to an non Nissan Dealership due to the cost and was stated, that Nissan could only administer the parts and it was almost as much as going to the dealership. I went with the non-Nissan dealership, due to them warrantying the transmission for 36,000 miles, over Nissan only doing 1 year and 12,000 miles. This in itself proved to me Nissan’s guilt.

  • Lukas January 24, 2020

    I could feel the transmission slipping in my 2015 sentra a few months after I purchased it. A rep from Nissan told me it was part of the gas saving aspect of the engine. I didn’t believe him. I didn’t have the finances to get the transmission replaced when it really started to be dangerous to drive the vehicle so I ended up trading it in. I would love to get reimbursed for the balance I had to add on to my new car payment. I loved that Nissan and it saddened my wife and I that we bought what turned out to be a waste of money!

  • Pasita January 24, 2020

    My 2015 Nissan Versas transmission blew twice, I didn’t pay out of pocket because I told them I was gonna lemon law them but this car is still a piece of crap

    • Pasita January 24, 2020

      Also, my transmission blew at 35k miles then again at 75k miles

  • sheila m livingston January 24, 2020

    what happens after the 1/30/20 claim date. What if something goes wrong after that date? i think my husbands car shifts terribly but he has not gotten it looked at. 2014 nissan versa note.

  • MCoop January 24, 2020

    This was happening with my Nissan Versa 2012 SV sedan. I finally traded it in so my son could get a 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500! Just wish I held onto it maybe I would’ve gotten a bit more if I fixed it. Oh well

  • Dorothy J Russell January 23, 2020

    I filled out the required paperwork online. I would like to know how I can get confirmation that it was received.

  • marisa m graef January 23, 2020

    i purchased nissian versa note 2015 and my transmission is slipping bad how can i get my transmission repaired in this suit .it has bot been repaired yet due to my fiances right bnow and car keeps getting worse

  • Lela January 22, 2020

    I have done a little research. . . Everyone who has experienced issues that involve safety issues needs to go to and file a complaint regarding dangerously defective equipment that cause those issues. If enough complaints are filed, a recall could be issued. It also creates a paper trail for any research being done.

  • Lela January 22, 2020

    This issue also affects the Pathfinders… My transmission went out at 45K miles on 2017. It was rebuilt at Nissan Dealer, but if they are using the same crappy parts, then clearly it will need to be repaired again in the near future. The dealer only gives a 12K/12 mo warranty on the rebuilt transmission which technically shortens my 60K/60 mo factory warranty!!
    If it’s known that Nissan is building cars with defective transmissions, WHY does each model and make need to be listed individually? They should just be required to give extended warranties on ALL OF THEIR cars!!

    • Tiwanna Bivins January 27, 2020

      I have a 2014 Nissan pathfinder that I got from carmax for myself as a birthday present. Not even 5 minutes of leaving with the vehicle it started jerking. It’s been in the shop since December.

  • Jessica January 21, 2020

    Why isn’t the 2017 Nissan Altima included in this? My transmission has given out and now I need a new one

  • Eugene and Inez Davenport January 21, 2020

    Our 2016 Versa would slam into gear and it felt like the car was about to come apart. Of course it was it was out of warranty. We traded it because we were afraid it would break down and leave us with no vehicle at all. We took a huge loss, and now we are on the verge of loosing our new car. Where is our relief Nissan.

    P S I am 83 years old and my wife of 57 years is 79

  • Cynthia Seibert January 21, 2020

    Nissan put SUBPAR equipment in the vehicle and not only me, but a lot of people took a loss. This Settlement does not fix the problem for Consumers. Nissan knowingly put in subpar equipment and now they want to put a bandaid on the settlements. THIS SETTLEMENT DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL CLASS OF PEOPLE. WHERE IS THE SETTLEMENT FOR THOSE WHO NO LONGER HAVE THEIR CAR BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT AFFORD TO FIX IT, AND HAD TO GET SOMETHING ELSE?? Where?? It is a real issue. I loved my car. Let me say it again….I LOVED MY CAR! AND HATED to make a decision to voluntary surrender back to the bank. But there was no other choice. My car sat at a dealership for 6 weeks while I was advocating to get something done. NOBODY would help me, not Nissan Consumer Affairs, not the dealership, NO ONE! I will never own another Nissan vehicle!! You have not made this right for all people. How dare you get rich on putting poor product out to consumers, shame on you!!!

    You know what you did Nissan of North America, you now just need to OWN UP TO IT!!

  • Cynthia Seibert January 21, 2020

    I had a 2015 Nissan Sentra with CVT issues at 63,000 miles. I received the notice and there is no consideration for people who LOST their car, meaning surrender to the bank. I could not afford to fix/repair the CVT at a price of $3750 from dealer. I could not get fair trade in value for the car. Nissan only offered 50% to help with cost and NOW, they are willing to pay full price!!! Had Nissan paid full price I would still be driving my car! I had my car for 1 year before this issue. It was sold as a pre-owned, at 39K miles. I bought a Sentra for it’s reputation of reliability and had no idea there would be a problem. I purchased the car for longevity and look what happened!! Nissan put SUB PAR

    • Cynthia Seibert January 21, 2020

      Nissan put SUBPAR equipment in the vehicle and not only me, but a lot of people took a loss. This Settlement does not fix the problem for Consumers. Nissan knowingly put in subpar equipment and now they want to put a bandaid on the settlements. THIS SETTLEMENT DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL CLASS OF PEOPLE. WHERE IS THE SETTLEMENT FOR THOSE WHO NO LONGER HAVE THEIR CAR BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT AFFORD TO FIX IT, AND HAD TO GET SOMETHING ELSE?? Where?? It is a real issue. I loved my car. Let me say it again….I LOVED MY CAR! AND HATED to make a decision to voluntary surrender back to the bank. But there was no other choice. My car sat at a dealership for 6 weeks while I was advocating to get something done. NOBODY would help me, not Nissan Consumer Affairs, not the dealership, NO ONE! I will never own another Nissan vehicle!! You have not made this right for all people. How dare you get rich on putting poor product out to consumers, shame on you!!!

  • B. Tucker January 20, 2020

    I have at 2013 Nissan Sentra with the CVT issue. I was unable to afford a new transmission and continue driving it; it now has 124,300 miles on it and runs terrible. I Contacted Nissan for assistance but they refused. What do I need to do to have this fixed? Can anyone help me?

  • Jeff January 18, 2020

    I had to get a entirely new transmission in my 2013 Nissan sentra but it was done at my local mechanics shop not at the Nissan dealership. Does anyone know if that is going to effect my ability to be reinbursed?

  • Sarah Adamson January 18, 2020

    2012 Nissan Murano cvt transmission failure at 100,000 miles 4500 dollar bill

  • larry juarez January 17, 2020

    Would like to speak with somone about this any phone numbers please

  • Mohammed taha January 17, 2020

    I’m having problems with my rough SV AWD 2017 with 35000 miles only. Very bad vibrating noise in the drive gear. Took to dealer but they said nothing wrong. I wish this can be added to the law suit.

  • Jessica January 16, 2020

    I wish you would add 2017 Nissan Altima to this. I need a whole new transmission

  • Kimberly Adcock January 15, 2020

    Unfortunately mine was a 2011 Nissan cube….

  • Allen Arbogast January 14, 2020

    Please add me

  • Lesley January 14, 2020

    I just bought a new 2019 Sentraand the car rocks back and forth. I know it’s the transmission so the old problem has not stopped. Lawyers investigate please for a new claim.

  • Jennifer Sparks January 14, 2020

    My 1988 nissan pulsar transmission went out too. in 1992. wont ever trust nissan again.

  • Kelvina January 14, 2020

    Same as some of the above comments. I ended up selling my Nissan back to Nissan because I couldn’t afford the out of pocket upfront costs of my 2013 Nissan Versa back in 2018. How do I go about qualifying for this?

  • Joyce Acuff January 13, 2020

    Nice to know but since my car has over 90,000 miles 2015 versa. nice they tell us knowing these cars and clients are all commuters and put on miles, so we are out of luck when it goes out… Thanks Nissan

  • Evelyn Ruffin January 10, 2020

    I have a 2014 Versa bad transmission

  • LACaterson January 7, 2020

    I was just told I don’t have a claim on my 2015 versa not

  • Barbara McKenna January 6, 2020

    I had a 2014 Nissan juke and it began burning 2 qt of oil a week. I took it to the dealer and they traded me for 2015 Nissan sentra wish they knew at the time was defective in the transmission department. I drive Uber and the transmission went at 52000 miles. Thinking that my warranty was finished I took it to a transmission shop and they got the transmission from Nissan and it lasted 5 months before it went. between the transmissions I purchased my own extended warranty. So the first transmission was 2900 dollars. The second was $100.

  • Meaghan January 3, 2020

    I had a lease for a 2016 Nissan Sentra the transmission went and needed repair that I couldn’t afford so had to give up my lease and now have a volunteer repossession on my credit report and owe 11000 still. Would I be able to get this off my report?

  • P Gonzalez December 30, 2019

    We got this car a used car n we have changed all kinds of parts n we still paying this lemon we change transmission strats ac compressor buckles seat belts n bracks agusments n now the car it doesn’t have no power car is seating in the street

  • Linda Rodriguez December 26, 2019

    I have a 2016 Nissan Sentra I was stranded on a major highway in St Louis MO 10 months ago and sat waiting for a tow for over 3 hours with my grandkids in the car was on my way to drop my son off at airport, which he missed his flight and had to pay more than triple his original cost of his ticket. Now 10 months later was in a nearby city and the same thing happened, my car just stopped at a light and would only go in reverse so once more I had my car towed to the dealer. They are very nice and give me a loaner to drive but this is a very dangerous situation this has put me in especially with my young grandkids. I purchased the extended warranty so the cost was the tow and deductibles but the inconvenience and safety are my concerns. I did not file the card but need to know what my current options are?

  • JulioMercado December 13, 2019

    I bought a Nissan Versa Note with a rebuilt title am I covered by the class action suit?I need to get the transmission replaced.

  • Clarence Johnson December 8, 2019

    I have a 2015 Sentra and it only has 20,000 miles so what if at 60,000 I have problems?
    It will probably take me another ten years to get that kinda of milage. Needless to say I don’t drive much.
    I feel like I should just sell this car before anything happens to it.
    What a nightmare.
    I guess I just hope for the best or if anyone wants to buy it let me know. It’s like brand new.
    I just don’t want the headaches.

  • Christopher Pulido December 4, 2019

    My 14 versa is sitting at 90k miles plus, but I had it checked and serviced at a Nissan dealership while it was in the extension period. Replacement was recommended but I would have had to come out of pocket. Am I eligible for replacement that is covered in this lawsuit since the diagnosis was made in the period necessary?

    • Sadie December 10, 2019

      Hi I recently spoke with a Nissan Consumer Affairs specialist. I was one who received a “post card” about this lawsuit. My CVT just failed at 88k .I asked if I could make the necessary repairs and then ask for reimbursement. I was told that nothing is “set in stone” and that these resolutions may or may not be awarded to consumers. I suggest calling Nissan Consumer Affairs and getting something started “on paper” in case later down the line your car fails. It may be too early to tell now, but this is just a ticking time bomb.

  • Amanda R December 3, 2019

    I bought my 17 year old daughter a 2013 Nissan Versa with 125000 miles ish from an uncertified dealership. Paid extra $500 fpr extended warranty. Im not that stupid. Disclaimer: single mom, not a lot of used car experience. Didn’t have it checked ny a mechanic first. Signed papers on Tuesday, transmission went oit Wednesday night. Less than 24 hours we had it my daughter calls stranded at a store across town.

    Was able to get it to the shop and confirmed it needs a new transmission. But having an extended warranty guaranteed jumping through many hoops. SEVEN weeks later she has her car back. Moving forward a month. Car has been back in the shop awaiting another transmission… This is beyond my patience.

    Any helpful advise is appreciated.

  • John Beverly December 2, 2019

    I have a 2014 Nissan Versa Note – the transmission is slipping jerking and does not shift correctly. I have 76k miles on the vehicle and the warranty expired at 60k. Nissan is saying they will ony cover 80% under their good faith program and I have to pay 20%. Do I join the class action and go ahead and get it repaired? Will I get my 20% back? Will I also get the warranty extension?

  • Ramón Luis Rivera December 2, 2019

    Dios les bendiga era para preguntar mi carro tiene garantía hasta las 60mil millas ahora va hacer extendida hasta las 84mil gracias por aclarar la duda

  • Jose Guzman November 27, 2019

    I am trying to submit a claim but the website gives an page error “The page was not displayed because the request entry was too large.” when submitting it. Then I can’t even call anyone and there is no emails.

  • Ti Ballard November 26, 2019

    This is also a issue with the Rogues. My 2012 Fully loaded Rogue was in excellent shape and almost paid in full then the transmission went out unexpectedly while my husband was driving. The car is out of warranty and no mechanical breakdown because we bought it used.

    • B. B January 19, 2020

      Hi, I had a similar issue with my 2012 Nissan rogue. Have you heard anything about a class action law suit regarding the rogues?

  • Marquita Thomas November 24, 2019

    I have a 2016 Nissan sentra and my transmission is slipping so I’m not quite sure what the next step would be to resolving this problem can u please give advice

    • Shannonducharme November 25, 2019

      I drive and own a 2015 nissan vusra note and my transmission slipping . I’m not sure what to do . if u could help me that would be greatly appreciated

  • BrittanyBarbie November 23, 2019

    I had a 2015 sentra that completely stoped driving on the freeway with an 18 wheeler behind me and I almost died. It only had 66518 miles on it. I took it to Nissan and had to pay $4360.28 to have it replaced, which to me was more than the car was worth but because it was financed and I owed a lot more than that I had no choice but to do it. Then almost the day the one year warranty the dealership gave me it started fucking up again. I just could not afford to replace it again so I allowed it to get repoed. Then I get a notice in the mail saying there is a recall and I can get reimbursed but I’m kind of lost on how to fill it out correctly and I have no clue how to contact someone to help me. I also think they should take it off me credit due to their failure and leaving me with no options. Can anyone direct me into what would be the smartest and most helpful for my situation and who I should contact please? I’ve just never felt with this and my financial situation is not great and my credit is now bad and I need a new vehicle to survive. Thank you

  • Courtenay Campbell November 20, 2019

    I have a 2014 Nissan Altima, and I took it to pep boys in 2018 because the car cut off and they found no problem. So I continued to drive it then in August 2019 it cut off again and I took it to Nissan and they told me I needed a transmission and gave me a quote of 5k, so I shopped around and went to Amcco and paid 4K to get my car fixed. Then o received legal mail… from this office what do I do next? Will you reimburse me for the 4K?

  • Ashley pastor November 19, 2019

    I have a 2015 Nissan Rogue the dealership told me that majority of Nissan’s have faulty transmissions and they know of it so they had to give me a new transmission come to find out they did a rebuilt transmission but still messing up

    • Molly Nelson November 21, 2019

      Same thing happened to my 2012 Rogue. Replaced the transmission for $5000 in 2018 and exactly a year later in 2019 the new transmission is doing the same exact thing it did before I replaced the transmission!! Nissan is crap and I find it disgusting that they are putting myself and my children and all Nissan owners at risk of dying due to their greed!!

  • Jonathon Rodriguez November 18, 2019

    Please call at 323-494-0508
    I have important questions about my claim I prefer Spanish speaker

  • Anna Barcelo November 18, 2019

    I received the leagal notice on my 2015 Nissan Altima in the mail the other day , I need to know what I need to do . When I’m driving sometimes , I can feel my transmission shifting while just driving .

  • Yessenia November 17, 2019

    I had a 2013 Nissan Sentra. Transmission was rebuilt 2 times, and was having other engine issues as well. Good thing I had warranty but it sure wasn’t worth dealing with the issue, especially if you have kids. Anyone that isn’t part of this claim, I refer Law Law Group.

  • Henry November 16, 2019

    I had a 2013 nissan sentra, transmission went out about 100,000 miles. I didnt have the money to rebuild or replace so we had it repossessed. Would I still qualify?

  • Michael Bassler November 16, 2019

    I have a 2018 Nissan Sentra. It has had the transmission replaced after 35,000 miles. I would like to file a claim but it is only for 2014-2017 models, how do I file a claim for the 2018 models?

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  • Anthonette Davis November 15, 2019

    What happens to customers like myself who transmission broke and had to purchase a new car months shy away from paying my car off. I really was looking forward to not having payments for the new year. Now I have to make payments on this new Nissan Sentra for the next 6yrs. What do I qualify for?

  • Andres November 14, 2019

    I have a Nissan altima 2016. When my car had 55k the transmission broke down. I took my car at the dealership n they rebuild the transmission. Now my car has 74k n I’m having the same problem jerking the rpm goes up. I called the dealer n they don’t want to help me. I think I can file a lawsuit.

  • Shoni Lee November 13, 2019

    I replaced my transmission in November 2018 for my 2014 Nissan Sentra. I asked the dealer to replace it and they said no due to being out of warranty! I paid $3800 to replace the transmission! Good thing I kept the receipt!

  • H J November 12, 2019

    Can somebody clarify what would satisfy this requirement?

    “if consumers can provide proof that a Nissan dealer diagnosed the problem and recommended qualifying repairs while the vehicle was covered by the warranty extension.”

    I didn’t take my versa into a dealership until the transmission started acting up around 88000 miles. What qualifies as diagnosis? How was I supposed to get that diagnosed when I didn’t know there was a problem to begin with?

    • Raul December 4, 2019

      Any updates? My Sentra is at 85k and having trasmission issues. Am I not covered either?

  • Laurie DeBuono November 12, 2019

    I had a 2016 Nissan Pathfinder. We purchased brand new. I had multiple issues with the cvt transmission. I fought for quite a bit of time and ended up having Nissan buyback the vehicle and it still cost me $250 to get rid of the vehicle which I feel I need to be reimbursed for.

  • MIc November 12, 2019

    All belt driven CVTs can do the same thing. The jerking is caused by the steel drive belt in the trans slipping and grabbing as it tears itself apart. As the fluid ages it doesnt have as much gripping power and so allows more slipping. This throws bits of steel all over the system damaging seals and allowing pressure in the hydraulic pistons to drop off and promotes trans failure faster. The main problem is with the entire concept of this type of CVT. It is cheap as heck to build so the factory loves that. Toyota does it very differently and has no drive belt so no jerking, ever. Lesson to learn here is dont buy a Nissan, it’s over priced junk.

    • irieite November 12, 2019

      Very accurate analysis and description of the problem in layman’s terms. Thanks for putting it out there for all of us.

  • Tiffany November 12, 2019

    My husband had to replace his transmission in his 2009 Maxima. There has to be a correlation!

  • Richard Trombley November 12, 2019

    Add me please

  • Mary Jones November 11, 2019

    I have a Nissan Sentra 2014 and bout 4 months of me having the car it’s jerks and when turning its make a clacking sound like its trying to cut off. It shake when driving. What can I do for the problem gets worse. Also had a 2015 Nissan Versa no longer have it was n an car accident. Thank u

  • Elizabeth V Lukasiewicz November 11, 2019

    I have a Nissan Sentra,2013. My transmission is starting to slip.going to the dealership…Wish me luck

    • cynthia m penuel November 12, 2019

      How did it go mine is doing the same.did they pay for it.

  • SOrnelas November 11, 2019

    This issue also affects the Pathfinders… But supposedly Nissan dealers can’t replicate the issue.

  • Wayne Todd November 9, 2019

    I fill that they should buy back all of the vehicles effected buy the CVT that they made. I owned my 2015 Altima for only a month before my transmission went out. After I took it over to Nissan I was lucky enough to still have the warranty but it is over now and the transmission is starting to act up again. I say that if everyone else settled out of court we all should get together and file another claim against them and make them do what’s right. I will never buy, endorse or even think going near another Nissan again. I will also be sending this all over all social media sites as well.

    • Molly Nelson November 21, 2019

      I would totally join you!! My 2012 Nissan Rogue cvt transmission took a crap in 2018. I paid $5,000 to replace the transmission for the brand new transmission to be doing the same exact thing it was doing before I replaced it!! So now I have a dangerous vehicle that I can’t drive because I’m terrified my kids and I will be killed as we almost have been killed several times when it decided to stall in the middle of a busy highway!! So $5,000 later I have another defective transmission!! But yet Nissan doesn’t have the rogue on the list!! All cvt Nissan transmissions are defective and they know it!! You will not get away with this Nissan!!

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  • Lisa rowlett November 9, 2019

    We bought a Nissan for are 18 year old daughter with 70,000 miles with a rebuilt title. The transmission is out. We were told we were not eligible for help because of the rebuilt title. I will never buy a Nissan again.

  • Chris Williams November 9, 2019

    I had the same thing happen to me and my 2012 Nissan Titan. Maybe they should look into all Nissan transmissions.

  • Edward Coward November 9, 2019

    Former leasor, how does this suit affect, 2017 Nissan Sentra, did the upgrade to 2019 sentra, please let me know simply do I qualify?

  • Shalonda November 8, 2019

    What about those of us who contacted Nissan corporate and they refused to help cover repairs and we had to purchase a new car? I refused to pay for repairs for a transmission that was already faulty. I still owed on my Sentra which was only 5 years old . I refused to be in this situation again. My car just stalled in the middle of me driving which created a very unsafe situation for me.

  • Nicole Lewis November 7, 2019

    It’s BS that they’ve know about these crappy CVT’s but continue to make them. My 2005 Maxima never got fixed completely.

  • Molly Nelson November 7, 2019

    I’ve replaced 2 transmissions in my 2012 Nissan Rogue and it’s going out again after one year!! Add the rogue to your list Nissan!!

  • Brian Edwards November 7, 2019

    I’m on my third CVT transmission. First one went at 59,100. Second one went at 76,000 but I had the extended to 80,000 already so I didn’t pay out of pocket except for a car rental.

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