A new settlement between Nissan and car owners in a Nissan CVT class action lawsuit has been approved. The settlement is the result of five separate cases involving the transmission and the failure of these vehicles. As a result of the settlement, Nissan has extended its limited warranty for the transmission assembly, torque converter, and transmission control unit on new vehicles. This extended warranty is valid for 24 months or two4,000 miles, whichever is sooner. It will be governed by the terms of the original warranty.

Since the failure of the Nissan CVT transmission, many drivers and consumers have complained.

The problem has caused the vehicle to shut off unexpectedly in traffic, or while driving on the freeway. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been notified of the problems with the CVT, and numerous complaints have been made public during the early stages of this lawsuit. The manufacturer’s warranty, as well as the warranty, will not be extended until the car is repaired.

The company should extend the warranty for Nissan CVT vehicles. As the manufacturer of the CVT, Nissan should have offered to repair the cars and compensate drivers for their expenses. In addition, they should reimburse the cost of repairs to Class Members. They should also pay plaintiffs’ attorneys up to $ 6.2 million in damages. The lawsuit is expected to settle for more than $ 5,000 per person. There is no limit to the number of victims.

The company has been offering extended warranties to compensate affected customers, and in some cases, they’ve even agreed to financial settlements.

The Nissan CVT transmission is covered by an extended warranty that extends the time a new car will be repaired. The extended warranty should cover the costs of replacing the transmission. Unfortunately, these extended warranties are not available to all owners, and there’s a long list of qualifying vehicles.

The lawsuit was filed in November 2017 by a woman in Florida and is similar to a Nissan CVT class-action lawsuit in other states. A car owner’s Nissan CVT transmission may experience recurring issues, and a Nissan CVT class action lawsuit can provide a hefty settlement. But you can also opt-out of the lawsuit and pursue your lemon law claim on your own.

The Nissan CVT transmission is also a major point of contention in this lawsuit.

Those who bought a Nissan Rogue with a CVT transmission may not be able to get the same warranty for a different model. A Nissan CVT transmission recall could lead to a substantial financial loss for the manufacturer. The APA is asking the company to give the Class members an extension of their warranty.

Another problem with Nissan CVTs is that they have a serious transmission defect. While Nissan is aware of the problem, it has not been able to resolve it. It has been unable to make repairs to the CVT, which is an expensive vehicle repair. However, if you own a Nissan with a CVT, it’s worth investigating the company’s response to the lawsuit.

The Nissan CVT settlement will also provide class members with a $1,000 voucher for a new Nissan and extend the warranty for the vehicle in question. If you purchased a Nissan CVT, you may have been affected by a similar recall. Regardless of whether you bought a Nissan, you are likely to be eligible for a refund. In addition to this, you may be eligible for a $2,500 bonus.

There are several other issues with Nissan CVT transmissions.

The company should have provided a repair for Class Members, but instead of offering a refund, Nissan passed the cost on to the drivers. This is not acceptable. The transmission failure is a significant problem in the CVT. The APA has received more than 250 complaints from people who have purchased a Nissan with a CVT.

A Nissan CVT class action lawsuit has been filed against the automaker. The alleged transmission defect can cause the vehicle to shake suddenly and violently during driving. A settlement could result in compensatory and statutory damages for car owners. The plaintiffs, in this case, have been affected by this problem since their purchase. While they are still waiting to be heard, they can get compensation for their suffering. In the meantime, the Nissan CVT class action is underway in the United States.

5 thoughts on “Nissan CVT Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Approved”
  1. I have a 2014 Nissan Maxima. I had to have it put in the shop for transmission issues back in July of 2022. Amcco the business I chose to have my car fixed at had my car back any running in like 4 days, after spending almost $8,000 on a brand-new transmission. I received my vehicle back, within less than a month of having my vehicle, I was driving home and all of a sudden, I had no power to my vehicle make a long story short my car has been back in the shop since the end of Oct. 2022. I have had to call and ask about my car as Amcco has not tried to keep InTouch with me. What is 1 to do for a vehicle when you’ve paid for a new transmission for your vehicle $8,000 mind you CASH! Yet I’m still without a car?
    is there anyone can give me information on this transmission issue with Nissan?
    Thank You,
    L. Knight

    1. how can i apply for a settlement for my nissan nissan rogue transmission when out in my car and im out of a car

  2. Yes stay away from any Nissan product in the future, they are very aware of their CVT transmissions issues and aren’t willing to deal with it.

  3. I have a 2013 Nissan pathfinder; the car has almost killed me and my daughter. The pathfinder stopped in the middle of rush hour traffic transmission fluid was everywhere. I had to call the police to keep from getting hit in the road from traffic. And also get the vehicle towed home. I will Never Never buy another Nissan! I also called Nissan America that was a total wash out there was nothing they could do they said!!
    I think it’s horrible when you are still paying on a vehicle that does not run a complete lemon!

  4. I have a 2013 Nissan versa. I have had it for 1 year and was not advised of the ongoing CVT issues. The CVT has now died and no one will help. The dealer offered to repair it for $6500. When asking about the defective CVT issue, the dealer refers me to Nissan for manufacturing defects. Every time I inquire of Nissan, I just get back the same meaningless careless generic response saying, “The dealer is better equipped to handle service issues”. I had to buy another car on the spot, to continue with my work. I have no way to make two payments. The bank is calling every day demanding a payment or they will report me to the credit bureaus.

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