Our subscribers provide great insights into their satisfaction by answering one simple question: If they had it to do all over again, would they definitely buy or lease the same model? I can stop the rattle by putting pressure on the top center section of the dash but they can't seem to fix it. I also have this horrible rattle in the back right side of the cab. Will demo problem at next oil change. I got tired of putting high dollar gas in my 02 Infiniti Q45 so I made a big change to the Versa. I know there are a lot more people with this issue.
I know I'll sound like a broken record. It is like coming between the firewall and dashboard. It turned out to be the hood stops on the rear towards windshield The stops had worn thru the paint on the underside of hood. It's not loud enough to be heard over the radio though. The interior door handle is poorly designed and hard to grab, and the lock button on the handle is even worse - not easy to open the door each time.
They thought it was the heat shield because a clamp was broken, but the rattle still seems to be there. Dealer reordered the correct part and told me to come back. The first time I thought it was just a fluke. Based on this data and further analysis, we predict reliability for the latest year. I didn't hit anything on the road but it happened after this noise.
Told was loose and fixed. The high beams are a little weak. I will never own a Nissan again. Rides good for a small car. They have dabbed touch-up paint on the chip but it looks horrible.
In addition, respondents also rate their cars in six categories: driving experience, comfort, value, styling, audio, and climate systems. The foam compresses very easily, so there is not a lot of force being applied. The climate unit has very good hot air in winter time. Yes it does change with the rpms, basically is like i had an exhaust tube behind the dashboard and the thing had a huge leak. Thanks for all the replies I just got off the phone with Christine from Nissan, she is calling the dealer to discuss everything they've done. They have dabbed touch-up paint on the chip but it looks horrible.
There is some bogging down at slower speeds under lite acceleration. Hope that someone puts that info to use. Again, I'll have the dealer check it. Drives me a little nuts. There is a rattling sound coming from the engine passenger side.
Skip the repair shop, our top-rated mechanics come to you. If so, go for it. Dealer informed me they are seeing a lot of loose seals on Versa rear doors. Consumer Reports subscribers reported on any serious problems they had with their vehicles during the past 12 months that they considered serious because of cost, failure, safety, or downtime, in any of the trouble spots included in the table below. My wife's Versa has got the cold weather dash rattle and it's driving us nuts.
The drive out person would be hard pressed to have caught it. They attempted to remove the windshield to reseat it and it broke. Replacement part was ordered and installed. I can literally push down on it at any given time and create the same noise it makes when driving. Drainage tubes from sunroof were apparently blocked.
I gave my dealer this service bulletin number and they took care of it no questions asked-- covered by warranty! Dealer informed me they are seeing a lot of loose seals on Versa rear doors. It is almost a vibration you can feel. This car has been used as a delivery vehicle inside the city. So, I have to shell out money on my 2yr old car to get this fixed a 2nd time. I have had to have the whole bottom trim replaced twice!! The only extra service I did was replace two plug wires. It was covered and replaced.
The light blinks for one minute than the light sets solid. The Sentra was much quieter. It was a plug on the door post between the front fender and the driver side door. Ok I know this has nothing do do with the Versa but this reminds me of a story. It was cheap and they caught me in moment of weakness. The foam I used is not very dense at all.