Any Nissan owners here?

Inshur

FuberNYC

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Question for you guys who drives an Altima or Rogue.

What's your current mileage
What's your average fuel consumption
Did you have any major mechanical issues
Would you buy the same car again

Appreciate all your responses.
 

Zubera

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Found some nice deals on Altimas.
I found them too when I was looking for a car, then went to check them out and dealers always had some hidden fees (about $3k) and I changed my mind.
Not after reading @Zubera posts
That applies to only year and model of my car. Toyota Hybrid cars must be produced much more and so parts availability might be different. The production volume is the key here. If a car is so popular end mass produced then there gonna be much more aftermarket part makers for that model as well as the parts from used markets and junkyards. I reccomend you to look for Toyota.
 

Zubera

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Thinking about it
Another advice of mine is that to get the base model and not the higher trim because base model will cost you less not only at the time of purchase but also in the future. Higher trim models not only have more sensors, complicated electronics, designs but also parts are more expensive. For example a radar that is mounted in the front bumper will cost you thousands of $$ if you break it. This is just one sample.
 

FuberNYC

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I have owned plenty of Nissan cars
2008 Altima SL (CVT)
2010 Maxima SL (CVT)
2012 G37x (automatic)
2014 Q50 (automatic)
2016 Pathfinder SL (CVT)

Thing is that, I've bought them all brand new and never driven more than 20k miles, really curious if those CVTs are really that bad
 

FuberNYC

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Well, time to do some minor maintenance on my Sonata for now.

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There's a nice deal on a almost brand new Sonata Hybrid if anyone is in the market for a new vehicle

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Zubera

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Well, time to do some minor maintenance on my Sonata for now.

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There's a nice deal on a almost brand new Sonata Hybrid if anyone is in the market for a new vehicle

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Get beams instead of hybrid wipers. They have great contact with the glass due to better curvature and even pressure alongside the blades. Beams are slightly expensive but worth it. I bought mine at Walmart, forgot the brand but they were Made in USA and are great performers.
 

Suism

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Get beams instead of hybrid wipers. They have great contact with the glass due to better curvature and even pressure alongside the blades. Beams are slightly expensive but worth it. I bought mine at Walmart, forgot the brand but they were Made in USA and are great performers.
Get aquapel and use it on the side mirrors and front windshield. It helps with water bead off. If you really want a more semi permanent solution, look at glassparency. It's a game changer.
 
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