Battery Drain

2019 Infiniti QX80

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fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
14,500 miles
Total Complaints:
5 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (5 reports)
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2019 Infiniti QX80 Owner Comments

problem #5

Nov 202021

QX80 Proactive 5.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 14,969 miles


Car wont start at all. Phone the dealership and told them. The tech told me to put the fob next to the start button

and it started. Was told the battery needed to be replaced in the fob did the still not starting. Took it in and they had to replace one key fob.

They are starting to think at this is major problem (over there heads)

Give it back to me and still having to boost it.

- nlj64, Airdrie, AB, Canada

problem #4

Nov 102021

QX80 Proactive 5.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 14,955 miles

Back yet again. This time did a completed Parasitic draw test.

Could not fine the problem. Still having to boost it when it sits for a week or more.

Got it back still not working yet.

- nlj64, Airdrie, AB, Canada

problem #3

Dec 232021

(reported on)

QX80 Proactive 5.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 14,772 miles

After boosting the car 7 times. Took it back for the second time. The dealership had to boost it to get it going. (8 times boosting it)

They all so told me that it was the after market remote starter was the problem. They put it in?

So they changed the module in the remote starter.

Went to use the remote start and it set the alarm off and didn't start the car.

- nlj64, Airdrie, AB, Canada

problem #2

Apr 232021

QX80 Proactive 5.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 12,520 miles

Battery kept draining. So they did replace the battery and did Electrical System Analysis . Al so a update.

Two days later we still have to boost it to start.

This went on all summer having to boost it.

Took it back and was told that the keys were talking to the car when it was in the garage and the keys were in the house? Was told to lock the car when it was in the garage. Did that and week later had to boost it again.

- nlj64, Airdrie, AB, Canada

problem #1

Nov 202021

QX80 Proactive 5.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 15,095 miles

Back to the shop again. (my new home) 9 times it's been in the shop for the same thing Battery Drain.

I got a survey from Nissan Canada . I filled it out.. They called me and wanted to work with me to get this fixed.

This went on for about a mouth or so? So they talked with the dealership and told them that they would give me $1500.00 dollars towards a new 2022 QX 80.

I told them that am been a Nissan Customer for 18 years. Never had a problem. So when I did have one I see where they DON'T stand behind their SUV.

To offer me $1500 with all the issues that I have with this QX 80. Let just say I said NO. They all so lost a few good customers over this. I see in the USA that this had to go to Court to get Fixed with this same issue. Bye Nissan. See you later.

- nlj64, Airdrie, AB, Canada

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