A Nissan class action lawsuit is currently underway against the automaker for problems with the company’s CVT transmissions. Many drivers are complaining of transmission failures and claiming that their cars were not repaired properly. The Nissan recall dates back to 2008, but the recall is still in effect, according to federal court documents. The problem is widespread and can lead to thousands of lawsuits. Here are some of the symptoms of transmission failures that could qualify you for a Nissan class action.

One of the first symptoms of a problem with the CVT is a faulty clutch.

Nissan says the CVT is a problem caused by poor steering performance. This could cause a car to malfunction and crash. To make sure you’re getting the best deal, contact the dealer. The customer service department can assist you with your inquiry. They can search the vehicle’s history and notify you of any possible issues.

In a recent ruling, Nissan opted to settle the case. They agreed to provide affected customers with a $1,000 voucher towards a new Nissan and extend the warranty on affected vehicles. The deadline for filing class-action lawsuits has now passed. Regardless of whether you’ve filed a Nissan claim or not, the best course of action is to contact a qualified attorney as soon as possible.

The Nissan class action lawsuit cites consumer complaints to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regarding the transmission defect in the Rogue. While Nissan issued technical service bulletins to its dealerships, it failed to disclose the dangerous transmission defect from consumers. The class action seeks to represent a nationwide class of owners of the Nissan Rogue CVT, along with state subclasses. The goal of the case is to get compensation for any expenses associated with the alleged defective transmission.

A Nissan class action lawsuit has been filed against the company over the use of its faulty transmission.

The plaintiffs in the case sought damages for the damages caused by the defect. As a result, Nissan was found guilty of violating federal and state laws related to the transmission. In addition to the warranty, it also breached consumer protection laws. The company has since agreed to settle all the remaining claims.

A class-action lawsuit against Nissan relating to a CVT transmission can cost hundreds of dollars. However, Nissan hid the problems and posted technical service bulletins in its dealerships, but it continued to hide them from consumers. The plaintiffs, in this case, are seeking compensation for the expenses related to the defect. It should not be necessary to spend thousands of dollars to get a safe vehicle, but it should pay for all repairs.

The lawsuit was filed over a defect in Nissan’s CVT.

The transmission is a common part of a Nissan car, and the defect can be dangerous in certain driving conditions. The manufacturer of a CVT has acknowledged the problem but failed to fix it. The lawsuit cites the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and previous consumer complaints. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ruled that there is a problem with the CVT and a lack of communication between the manufacturer and consumers.

The Nissan transmission has also been a subject of a Nissan class-action lawsuit.

This lawsuit was filed against Nissan North America Inc. and three of its affiliate companies, which are Capstone Law APC and Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP. The company’s CVT has a faulty design that causes the vehicle to stall. The defective design can cause a crash, which is why it is important to fix your car as soon as possible.

A Nissan CVT class action lawsuit has been filed against the company in a bid to settle the issue with the owners. The automaker denied all claims related to its transmission and settlement offers for the vehicle owners to get their money back. Furthermore, the lawsuit will force Nissan to fix the defect in transmissions. If a Nissan class action is filed against them, it will be forced to pay all damages incurred.

9 thoughts on “Nissan CVT Transmission Problems Could Qualify You For a Class Action Lawsuit”
  1. I want to part of the class action law suit. I have a 2014 Nissan Rogue. In 2019 I replaced the CVT transmission out of my own pocket. In Sept 2019 my engine had a burning smell that was fixed. At that time I had them do a transmission flush to be told everything is good. I just took my car in for more issues and now being told its a different code for transmission repair over 5,000.

  2. I have a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder and am having issues with the transmission. There is a burning smell and struggle with 1st gear in acceleration.. I am currently coming up with the money to fix the faulty transmission which will
    Cost me 8,000 out of pocket.. Or 6,000 to rebuild

  3. Hello,
    I own a 2017 Nissan rogue. 2 weeks ago this Monday the car while I was standing outside popped into reverse and drug me down the road 100 ft. The car got wrecked and is being repaired on my insurance and my dollar. Plus even though I had to go to emergency and get CAT scan and x-rayed luckily I didn’t have to have surgery. I just need help with fingering out which one of the people to talk to with the Nissan rogue class action and recall.

  4. My 2017 Nissan Sentra cvt transmission went out at 64000. Luckly the company had extended the drive Tran warranty from 60,000 to 84000. Now I know why. But I know it will go out again. Right now I have 74000 on the car. And it’s only half way paid for. Just hoping I can pay it off before it goes out again. I have a fair credit score so I can’t trade it in yet. If there is a class action law suit I would live to be part of it.

  5. Car: 2012 Nissan Altima. 97000 miles, catastrophic failure of CVT while driving. Repair required new transmission for $4700 by Nissan dealer. No repair of failed transmission. There was no warning, noise, or any other sign of imminent failure. Fortunately, the failure while driving did not include a major accident, personal injury, etc., but it was only because of timing and luck.

  6. i have a 2014 Nissan Murano. it is useless to me now becuse of transmission. no mechanic will touch it because of the cvt.

  7. i have a 2014 nissan versa note with only 128k and the transmission needs replaced. I have serviced it routinely. Do I qualify for a claim?

  8. I bought a 2011 nissan rogue last year used and was running fine until it started stopping in the middle of traffic I came so close getting crashed into so many times with this happening now I cant drive it at all the transmission won’t safely go into gear to be on the road Where it had problems that should have been recalled and fixed but it was never a recall do I qualify to be part of this lawsuit I am a senior and now without a car to even get to the store or doctors appointments I’ve had to cancel because of this have no way to get it to a repair shop and couldn’t afford to even if I could

  9. I own a Nissan Rogue produced in 2014, the most important thing is that in July 2022 when waiting for a stop at a red light, the car shook and caused the engine to stall, and it was slightly better after changing the CVT transmission fluid on July 13, 2022. On March 27, 2023, the CVT transmission of my vehicle has completely failed and is no longer drivable. I am approaching 70 years old and do not have the means to pay for the $7,000.00 repair, am I eligible to file a claim?

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