The Nissan Maxima is a high-performing car that has proven to be a reliable drive for many people. However, the 2019 model has experienced a number of faults, some ongoing from previous models and some unique to the latest release.
If you have experienced issues with the Nissan Maxima you may be covered by California Lemon Law.
Complaints reported with the 2019 Nissan Maxima include electrical faults, sensing camera defects, and power train problems.
Electrical System Faults
There has been a variety of electrical failures reported by drivers including getting a message that states “unavailable front radar obstruction.” Complaints have also detailed a full loss of the navigational system and camera failure.
Power Train Faults
Loss of transmission due to power train problems is one of the most reported defects with many Nissan models and drivers of the 2019 Maxima have found that they are a victim of this fault. As well as experiencing abrupt stops, jerking and shuddering from the transmission.
Lane Departure; Sensing System Camera
Introduced in 2017, the sensing system designed by Nissan was welcomed by drivers who wanted additional support when parking and changing lanes. Unfortunately, drivers of the Maxima and Nissan Rogue have discovered that when they want to park or change lanes the sensors are defective and therefore unreliable.
The above faults have also been reported on the 2017 and 2018 models of Nissan Maxima. There have also been complaints about the navigation system not working on this model as well as some issues with speed control.
NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recall
The NHTSA has issued one recall for the 2019 Nissan Maxima due to the following issue:
- No Back-Up Camera Display Image/FMVSS 111
Expert Consumer from California Lemon Law Center
If your 2017-2019 Maxima is experiencing any of the known faults detailed above or you have noticed other problems with your Nissan; our professional team at California Lemon Law Center can help you file a case with Nissan for the compensation that you deserve.Read More
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If you have bought a 2019 Infiniti QX50 and you are affected by any of the faults detailed below you may be covered by lemon law.
Electrical System Failure
A variety of general electrical faults have been reported by owners including the car powering down without instruction and navigation system malfunctions. One of the more common electrical faults is in relation to the steering. When trying to steer in one direction the car will try to steer in the opposite direction. This defect has been found to be more apparent when trying to park. Malfunctioning seat warmers have also caused concern as some drivers have reported a burning smell which i