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Nissan Altima owners have secured reimbursements, an extended warranty, or a $1,000 voucher under a recent class action settlement.

Class Members include U.S. residents who leased or purchased a model year 2013 through 2016 Nissan Altima equipped with a continuously variable transmission. Class Members include both current and former owners and lessees.

According to the Nissan Altima CVT class action lawsuit, certain models of Nissan Altimas suffered from a defect that caused their transmissions to fail prematurely. The plaintiffs say the result was shuddering, unexpected power surges, hesitation, stalling, and noises.

The affected Nissan Altimas were equipped with continuous variable automatic transmissions, also known as CVT. The complaint alleged that, instead of offering a fix for the defective transmission, Nissan required Altima owners and lessees to pay thousands to repair the problem.

As a result, alleged the Nissan Altima CVT class action lawsuit, those who purchased or leased the defective vehicles did not get what they paid for.

The automaker refused to admit any wrongdoing, but agreed to settle the Nissan Altima CVT class action lawsuit to avoid the expense and risk of further litigation.

Under the terms of the settlement, Nissan agreed to extend the warranty on Altimas with the affected CVTs, by 24 months or 24,000 miles; however, Class Members with vehicles that are either more than 84 months old or that have more than 84,000 miles are not eligible for the extended warranty.

In addition, Class Members can claim reimbursement for transmission repairs they had to make out-of-pocket or a $1,000 voucher towards the purchase of a new Nissan or Infinity.

Claim Forms are not required for Class Members seeking the warranty extension. Class Members claiming reimbursement for repairs must complete a Claim Form. Class Members seeking a voucher must go to a Nissan or Infinity dealer and present their name and identification within nine months of the effective date of the Nissan Altima CVT class action settlement.

The deadline to file a claim in the Nissan Altima CVT class action settlement is Jan. 30, 2020. The deadline for Class Members to object to or opt-out of the settlement is Feb. 7, 2020.

Who’s Eligible

Class Members include “all current and former owners and lessees who purchased or leased Class Vehicles in the United States and its territories including Puerto Rico.”

Class Vehicles include “2013-2016 model year Nissan Altima vehicles equipped with a CVT.”

Potential Award


  • Extension of the terms of the Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty for either 24 months or up to 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
  • Reimbursement for transmission assembly repairs related to the alleged defect.
  • Class Members who owned or leased vehicles that required two or more repairs or replacements can receive a $1,000 voucher toward the purchase of a Nissan or Infinity.
  • Class Members with vehicles that are more than 84 months old or with more than 84,000 miles are not eligible for the extended warranty but they can claim reimbursement for expenses related to transmission repairs.
Proof of Purchase

No proof of purchase required for the warranty extension.

Claims for reimbursement must include proof of repairs or replacements, including receipts, invoices, or billing statements.

Claims for the voucher must be made at an authorized Nissan or Infinity dealership and Class Members must present government issued identification.

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


Case Name

Gann, et al. v. Nissan North America Inc., Case No. 3:18-cv-00966, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

Final Hearing


Settlement Website
Claims Administrator

Nissan Altima CVT Litigation Settlement Administrator
c/o KCC Class Action Services LLC
P.O. Box 43506
Providence, RI 02940-3506

Class Counsel

Timothy G. Blood

Erich P. Schork
Ben Barnow

Danielle L. Manning
Marc L. Godino

Mark S. Greenstone

Kevin Sharp

Defense Counsel

E. Paul Cauley, Jr.
S. Vance Wittie
Bradley J. Andreozzi

Michael R. Pennington

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  • SHONTHA R BOHANON January 29, 2020

    I had a 2009 nissan altima & the transmisson went out twice within 18 months. How can i file a settlement.

  • Eric January 28, 2020

    Do we have to wait until it goes to court to get it fixed I dont have the money to repair my transmission

  • Casey Ferry January 27, 2020

    I went thru 3 different transmission replacements in 2 months. Add Me

  • Denise January 26, 2020

    I had to replace the transmission in my 2013 Altima, that has since been traded. I was reimbursed for the parts but not the labor. Am I still eligible to file a claim to get reimbursed for the labor?

  • Christopher January 23, 2020

    I had a 2014 Nissan Altima. It had around 89K miles on it when the transmission went out halfway during a family vacation trip from NC to Fla. I didn’t have the extended warranty and I had to pay for a new transmission.

  • Velma S Scudder January 23, 2020

    I have a 2014 Nissan Altima that I purchased in 2016, my transmission has been worked on from day one and then had to have a new transmission put in and paying for extended warranty in my car payment.

  • Jessica January 21, 2020

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

  • Rebecca R Morgan January 21, 2020

    I had a 2008 Nissan Altima and it die on me one month after warranty I had talk to someone at the main company and they told me that they would past the information on but they probably will not do anything about it because it was past the warranty

  • Michael J Escobedo January 18, 2020

    I have a 2915 Altima with 65 k miles how do I get the extended warranty.

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