Does the Nissan Versa have a CVT transmission?

Does the Nissan Versa have a CVT transmission?

Every Versa is motivated by a 122-hp four-cylinder engine that powers the front wheels. A five-speed manual is the default transmission on base models, but a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) can be had on the S, too. The latter comes standard on the higher SV and SR trim levels.

Is the Nissan Versa reliable?

The Nissan Versa Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5. It ranks 9th out of 32 for all car brands. Learn more about Nissan Versa Reliability Ratings.

Which Nissan Versa has CVT?

Nissan makes the 2021 Versa in three trim levels: S, SV, and SR. All three have a 1.6-liter engine and front-wheel drive. The S is the only trim that can be had with a manual or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT); all others come exclusively with the CVT.

Are there any transmission problems with Nissan Versa?

The Nissan CVT transmission problems got to be so bad that a group of Versa owners eventually filed a class-action lawsuit against Nissan alleging that the CVT transmissions they put into 2nd generation Versas were defective.

Are there any problems with the Nissan Sentras CVT?

The 2013 and 2014 Nissan Sentras, in particular, seemed to give drivers the most fits as far as the Nissan CVT transmission problems go. There was one very prominent problem with 1st generation Nissan Versas released between 2007 and 2011 that earned Nissan a lot of negative press.

How much does it cost to replace a CVT in a Nissan Versa?

They’ve responded and offered to cover 90% of the CVT replacement (but no refund for the initial fix that didn’t fix anything). Our total cost was around $1600, and received used rebuilt CVT with 12 months warranty. Purchased used Nissan Versa note from Carmax with 40,000 miles, and purchased a 75,000 mile Warranty.

When did I Buy my 2014 Nissan Versa?

I bought my brand new 2014 Nissan Versa in 2013. I chose the Versa because it was affordable and because Nissan had a reputation of building long lasting vehicles. I now hear from friends that Nissan’s reputation comes from the 70’s and 80’s and is no longer true. My car was just five years old and needed a new transmission at 72,200 miles.

Do trucks have a CVT transmission?

The CVT is in the hybrid truck . This CVT is actually 2 electric motors spinning the planetary gears in a conventional style transmission. It’s a great design although not a true CVT transmission in the true sense of the word.

Can a CVT transmission be rebuilt?

CVT transmissions are very hard to rebuild, and there are very few shops that even attempt to rebuild them, and the ones that do have a very low success rate. The best long term option is to replace it with a new one from the dealer, but this is costly and can exceed the value of the car.

How long do CVT transmissions last?

A CVT transmission can last for as long as five years and even more if you are able to take good care of it. Although the CVT is a new technology with the manufacturers making continuous improvement, however, if you can maintain the CVT properly, it will last for a long time.

What does Nissan CVT warranty cover?

According to the manufacturer’s site, the Nissan CVT warranty covers all 2003 to 2010 models with CVTs. The Nissan warranty covers CVT vehicles for 10 years or 120,000 miles, whichever comes first. For complete information, Nissan recommends consulting your Warranty Information Booklet.