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pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
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Average Mileage:
15,250 miles
Total Complaints:
4 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (3 reports)
  2. replace tires (1 reports)
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2015 Nissan NV200 wheels / hubs problems

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2015 Nissan NV200 Owner Comments

problem #4

Feb 052018


  • Automatic transmission
  • 17,660 miles


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tires wearing out prematurly tires wearing out prematurly

Front tires wore out evenly at 17,000. There is a BOLD area on the right rear, there are BAD tires!!!

The dealer will not work with me, they say I have to deal with the American Cargo who made the tires.

- finan, Hop Bottom, US

problem #3

Aug 092017

NV200 2.0L

  • CVT transmission
  • 22,600 miles

Significant tire cupping on rear tires, especially in center of tread. Significant road noise started at abount 15K miles. Noise got so bad that had tires balanced and rotated. Noise shifted to front end so determined rear tires were ones cupping. Took to Nissan Dealer and paid for alignment. All in spec according to them. They said they do not know cause of cupping, except maybe due to poor tire quality or over loading van with weight. Never hauled more than 500 lbs in van due to type of work we do(Kitchen cabinet refinishing). Do not want to put on a new set of tires just to have rears wear out again. Independent tire installer recommended beefing up the suspension with helper springs.

- ceramicbrad56, Sparta, US

problem #2

Aug 252015

NV200 2.0L

  • CVT transmission
  • 12,288 miles

Bought Nissan NV 200 on June 5th 2015 and one of the front tire is already showing wires!! and the other one is about to. Just came back from dealer and the service guy says its the alignment! both tires have even wear so how could it be alignment!!!! Already making Wha Wha Wha sound while driving at slow speed. Acknowledge the problem and move on before you tarnish you BRAND.

Update from May 27, 2016: After second set of tires wearing out, went to dealer and they bound that the rear axle was not to spec.

Dealer replaced rear axle at no charge. Maybe this was the cause of premature wear on tires.

hope this helps to all folks that have premature tire wear.

- Paresh P., Lake Forest, CA, USA

problem #1

Mar 102015

NV200 S

  • Automatic transmission
  • 8,283 miles

I am so disappointed in Nissan...let me start first with my 2014 NV200, which was purchased in July 2014, was broadsided by a red light runner in Oct 2014, it was totaled...The tires on that Van, at less than 6000 miles, were starting to show wear....I questioned the Nissan dealer on it's first oil change at 5000 miles, they assured me it was normal wear and safe....

So I decided after the loss of the first Van to buy another at the end of Oct 2015... Again the tires were starting to show very strange wear pattern at the first oil change around 5000 miles. They rotated them and I was told it needed to be done every 5000 miles...Well almost immediately, the front tires, now on the back, started to wear badly...I took the vehicle in to be aligned and was told it was to factory specs...HUM?? How can that be if they are wearing so badly...

Well after trying to get a hold of Nissan and being told their consumer line was too busy they would call back, and no call back...I also have reached out to JK Tyre, the makers of the crappy tires, after 7 days and no call from them either I went to the BBB... After reading Redneck Garages reviews and watching his Videos on Youtube...Nissan is very aware there is an issue and so is JK Tyre...Well today I got a call finely from the BBB and Nissan is going to, within the next 30 days, send a Specialist to look at the Van...Well I guess this is a start...

I hope everyone with this Van and same problem makes complaints, without them we will be replacing tires on these Vans every 10,000 miles or less... And Nissan needs to step to the plate and fix what is causing the problem... Also we need to have another tire to choose from since right now the only ones we can buy are the same crappy ones on it and only from Nissan...

OK, guess I should stop as a little person I can go broke buying tires every other Oil change....I also have a 2008 Titan which has only had the original tires and the ones on it now, which look like new and they are 3 years old now...and the only reason I replaced the first ones were they were rotting from age!!! Everyone, please help us all!!!!

- Donna H., Hemet, CA, US

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