Question: Are Nissans Reliable Cars?

Are Nissan cars any good?

In a recent Telegraph survey, Nissan came tenth in the most reliable cars of 2017, with 98 problems per 100 vehicles.

Reliability Index have put Nissan ninth out of 32 brands for reliability, with a reliability index of 88.

This is much better than the industry average (the lower the score, the better the reliability)..

Why are Nissan cars so cheap?

Nissan does a lot of fleet sales (unlike Honda), and build their cars using Cost of materials as a primary driver. … Nissan also drives sales by using easy financing schemes. They use the same platform and engine across most of their vehicles (I think they only have a 2.5l 4 cyl and a 3.5l 6 cyl for last several years).

Is Nissan more reliable than Toyota?

Toyota has had a reputation as one of the most reliable manufacturers for years, and it’s not just talk. Their models continually spend longer on the road, and retain more of their value over time, than otherwise comparable Nissan vehicles.

Is Nissan expensive to maintain?

Fortunately, Nissan vehicles are very reliable, and their average repair costs are mostly on par or lower than that of other vehicles. According to RepairPal, Nissan Altima has an average annual repair cost of $483, which is lower than the average of $526 for other midsize vehicles or $652 for all models.

What’s wrong with Nissan Versa?

Versa owners are having the most trouble with the transmission, coming out to 22%, the suspension, which was 12% of the problems, and the exhaust, coming out to a total of 9%.

Do Nissan cars last long?

While it’s impossible to definitively tell how long do Nissan Altimas last, the available evidence seems to suggest a well-cared-for Altima should take you to 200,000 miles or more than 10 years. Anything beyond that comes down to how you care for your car.