My first one (1973) had no problems with original engine (1600) when I replaced it at 105,000 miles...Nissan's have been the best vehicles I have owned......trouble free.....All of them.
My daughter had one. What a POS it was. She is in a Sorento now.They said my 04 Honda Oddy was great when I bought it....then then it sucked according to them a couple years later...they were right with their revised assessment
Awesome....My first one (1973) had no problems with original engine (1600) when I replaced it at 105,000 miles...
sold 4 cylinder and 4 speed trans to neighbor to use in his newer PL620.
Only issue was idler arm, alternator and carb secondary (replaced with a Weber).
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My second one was a 1992 Sentra GXE, no issues for 100K+ other than alternator
My third is my 2016 Frontier 4WD with 75K and zero issues to date
We got 9 mpg all of the time. It ticked like a bomb from new......Honda said 9 mpg was with in spec. I bought the extended warranty....was about 500 bucks......Best 500 bucks I ever spent.....repairs were close to 7000.00. Damn thing was rusting too...with 40K miles.... GARBAGEMy daughter had one. What a POS it was. She is in a Sorento now.
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That is scary!And knowing that Nissan is part of the Renault family of quality products....well....nuff said.
Renault was in trouble before the pandemic hit. They own 43% of Nissan. The French carmaker reported its worst financial performance in a decade last year, with net profit dropping 99% to just €19 million ($21 million). Its share price has plummeted 69% since the start of 2019.That is scary!
They discounted a merger this year and the strategic alliance goes back to 1999.
In the '70s a coworker had a succession of Renaults... apparently no other dealers wanted them as trades! I helped him work on them. On one we completely rebuilt the motor and it was easy to work on as the cylinder sleeves came out and were exchanged.