Lemon Law Advice For The 2019 Nissan Altima
Fans of the Nissan Altima love the comfort and roominess that it offers to families and commuters. While it is a popular car that is priced competitively it does not come without problems. Drivers have reported several faults and have been subject to several recalls.
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Faults commonly logged with the 2019 Nissan Altima include a faulty electrical system, power train malfunction, speed control problems; as well as others.
Many car owners have reported faults with the electrical system on the Nissan Altima, including a serious issue with the brakes not working in an emergency. Some drivers have reported that the AEB system locks for no reason meaning they cannot break. Electrical faults with wipers and, cruise control, and a defective forward-collision feature have also been reported. All of which can be serious safety concerns.
There have been reports of a hissing or ‘sizzling’ noise during acceleration and also delayed acceleration. Other drivers have reported that there is a burning smell even when driving at low speeds. Error code P0841 comes up for no explicable reason and there is a general vibration felt at various speeds.
Engine and Engine Cooling
There has been a variety of complaints regarding the electrical system on this model, including ignition problems and wiring problems with the indicators. Various readings in the car do not appear to be accurate and there is general confusion with some of the electrics failing at random points with no explanation.
Vehicle Speed Control
There is an issue with cruise control with “front radar blocked” message popping up meaning that the speed control is disabled. This has been a known issue since 2018 but Nissan has failed to find a long-term fix.
The above issues have also been reported on 2016, 2017, and 2018 models of Nissan Altima.
NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recall
The NHTSA has iss