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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
34,200 miles

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2009 Nissan Cube wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2009 Nissan Cube Owner Comments

problem #3

Dec 022013


  • 51,000 miles


I purchased a 2009 Nissan Cube krom in November of 2013. Upon receipt, I noticed that one of the tires kept going low on air. So the shop inflated the tire and I thought it was resolved. 2 weeks later, the same tire was low on air. I put air in it again and took it to the dealer to have the pressure sensor looked into and see it that was an issue. They assured me that wasn't the issue. For the next 3 months, I was putting air in the tire on a weekly, and nearly daily basis. I eventually didn't drive it except for 400 miles total in that time as I felt it was unsafe and also took it back to the dealer on 2 other occasions. Each time, I specifically stated to look over the pressure sensor. Each time, they told me there was nothing wrong. Well, in March 2014, I took the car to my own mechanic. When he ran tests, he found that the pressure sensor was faulty and defected and causing a leak through the stem. Upon getting that information, I took the car back to the dealer and finally got them to agree to repair the sensor. Fast forward to May 2014, I now have 2 other sensors that are doing the exact same thing due to the exact same problem. I did a quick search online and found thousands of complaints from other drivers that have the exact same issues I am having. This needs to be addressed asap as this is causing an extremely unsafe driving condition and Nissan needs to make the repairs free of charge to customers.

- Batavia, OH, USA

problem #2

Nov 182011


  • 30,000 miles
The contact owns a 2009 Nissan Cube equipped with toyo A20 tires. The contact stated that an independent repair shop was replacing a flat tire when he was informed that three of the four tires were splitting away near the wheel wells. The rear passenger tire was the only tire not exhibiting the failure. The tires were not replaced. The manufacturer was notified and no further assistance was provided. The failure mileage was 30,000. The VIN was unavailable.

- Las Vegas, NV, USA

problem #1

Sep 282011

Cube 4-cyl

  • 21,600 miles
The tire pressure light sensor remains lit. The pressure on the tires are correct and there is not loss of pressure, however the sensor light does not turn off. There has already been a recall on other Cubes for this matter.

- Porterville, CA, USA

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