Everything You Need To Know About Nissan CVT Transmission Warranty
Nissan strives to keep its customers satisfied—that’s why it offers the Nissan CVT warranty extension. CVT stands for continuously variable transmission, which is a feature that is supposed to improve the capability of the gear shift.
Some of the regular problems with Nissan’s vehicles relate to transmission. The issues involve hose leaks, loss of power, transmission jerking or slipping, and failures.
What Does the Nissan CVT Warranty Cover?
Nissan's CVT warranty covers most of your car’s transmission parts. The CVT coverage includes the following items:
- CVT seals
- Transmission Control Module
- Torque converters
- Air conditioning
- Rear-wheel drive
The warranty also covers car rental and roadside assistance 24 hours a day.
How Long Is the Nissan Warranty on Transmission?
The extended warranty on Nissan vehicles can last 84 months or 84,000miles, while the original warranty lasts 60 months or 60,000 miles.
Nissan also has a limited warranty on certified pre-owned vehicles. The duration of coverage is seven years from the date of the original in-service or 100,000 miles.
See more information about the limited warranty in the table below:
|Limited Warranty for a New Vehicle||Three years or 36,000 miles|
|Limited Warranty for Powertrain Components||Five years or 60,000 miles|
Which Models Are Covered by the Nissan CVT Extended Warranty?
If you are an owner of one of these models, then your car is under the Nissan CVT extended warranty. The models that are eligible for a warranty extension are:
- Nissan Versa Sedan (2012–2017)
- Nissan Juke (2013–2017)
- Nissan Sentra (2013–2017)
- Nissan Altima (2013–2016)
- Nissan Versa Note (2014–2017)
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