Nissan Versa owners have reported 7 problems related to automatic transmission (under the power train category).
The contact owns a 2009 Nissan Versa. The contact stated that he as unable to shut the vehicle off or remove the key from the ignition. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was informed that a mechanism within the gear shifter was broken, not allowing the vehicle to shift into park. The gear shifter was replaced. The approximate failure mileage was 64,519.
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Nissan 2008 Versa while driving on freeway car started to lose power ,then shut off,car just came back from dealer not for this promblem ,but for lose of power inwhile driving a upgrade hill this car is on second replacement transmissionnotified Nissan corporate office no answer.
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I drive a 2009 Nissan Versa. I got it April of 2010. This car has unexpected or delayed acceleration. On several occasions I step on the gas to accelerate like when I get on the freeway and the car is very slow to accelerate and then 5 seconds later it accelerates too fast.
I purchased a 2007 Nissan Versa. The last week I have had nothing but problems. The first time I took it in was because it would not start. They told me it was a fuel pump. It was replaced. After I got the car back it started to have no power when I pushed on the gas petal. Because of this I was almost hit several times trying to pull out into traffic. The transmission would not shift and the rpm's would be very high. If sounded like the motor was going to blow up. I have taken it into the shop again and now they are claiming that it is a mass air flow sensor. This vehicle is only 2 years old why are these things happening? I have had people slam on their brakes so that they would not hit me even when the gas petal is all the way to the floor trying to make the vehicle move. This is a very serious problem.
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Cvt transmission problems (2nd time at 40,000).
My 2008 Nissan Versa abruptly slows from 60 mph to 30 mph and gradually slows to a stop. This only occurs after I have driven between 70 to 150 miles. It has happened 3 times. Nissan has replaced the transmission and the fuel pump but the car still fails and I am afraid to drive it on an interstate.
Purchased in April 2007, 2007 Nissan Versa with <30k miles has suddenly begun having what appear to be cvt issues. It is an intermittent problem and after having the vehicle in the dealership twice, they are unable to duplicate the problem. When in operation, driver tries to accelerate and although rpms will raise significantly (I. E. 4000), there is no increase in speed, even with the accelerator all the way to the floor. This has occurred in freeway and surface street traffic. They have run all their usual diagnostics, but say there is nothing showing up. The attitude of the dealership service personnel reflects their disbelief that there is a problem. I worked for the company for 18 years, have driven Nissan vehicles for over 20 years, but as a result of this dangerous condition, I am ready to switch loyalty to another brand. I drove the vehicle from new until @ my 18-year-old son has been driving the vehicle since November 2007 with no problems until now. They asked if we had driven other Versas with cvts as if we had suddenly forgotten how to drive the vehicle we've owned and driven for two years. It's not safe in los angeles driving conditions to have this occur.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Power Train problems||
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||
|Transmission Noise problems||
|Clutch Pedal/linkage problems||
|Vehicle Shudder problems||
|Noises During Shifting problems||
|Transmission Not Engage problems||
|Transmission Stuck In Gear problems||
|Power Train Driveline problems||