hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
61,027 miles

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2007 Nissan Versa body / paint problems

body / paint problem

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2007 Nissan Versa Owner Comments

problem #3

Sep 022014


  • miles


This vehicles hub caps all broke and fell off within 20K miles. Now at 50K miles the muffler is rusted and needs to be replaced. Repair shop says they see these verses all the time with the same issues.

- Philadelphia, PA, USA

problem #2

May 312012

Versa 4-cyl

  • 83,000 miles
My muffler on my 2007 Versa rotted off the main pipe. After doing some research I found out this is a common problem with the Versas. Why is Nissan not recalling these faulty parts. Now I have to shop around and hope to get a good price with replacing the muffler. I am sure I will be back and say the tail pipe had to be replaced because many people have replaced that part already too.

- Bellport, NY, USA

problem #1

Nov 102011


  • 100,080 miles
Pipe from front end of muffler failed at flange weld due to: (1) mechanical strain, the muffler pipe supports the resonator by pulling the pipe tight; (2) lack of corrosion inhibition; (3) poor quality welding, the components appeared to have not been cleaned first. ==details== [1] the comparatively heavy resonator was supported at the rear only by the pipe segments between it and the muffler. This is a significant amount of mechanical force, applied to a structure not designed to handle it. [2] any car sold to parts of the usa that regularly get snow should have corrosion prevention applied to all underbody components by default. Not doing so is not only a poor business decision but also increases the likelihood of parts falling off and landing in the road. [3] welds to underbody components should be well inspected, as if they become separated parts of the vehicle may cease to function properly or depart from the vehicle entirely, resulting in a safety issue. ==final note== this form does not retain formatting, making the reports unduly difficult to read.

- Plymouth, ME, USA

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