definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
36,506 miles

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2009 Nissan Versa Owner Comments

problem #8

Mar 122014


  • 98,000 miles


Car tired keep deflating every 2-3 days. Three times stuck at different places unable to move my car, until my husband get there to inflate the tired. I have being told is the sensor valve for the tire which control the TPMS system. I call the dealer in laurel and they charge $265 for that, but many of the same car, had that problem and file a recall.this can cause an accident.

- Jessup, MD, USA

problem #7

Nov 232013

Versa 4-cyl

  • miles
My Nissan Versa's front left passenger tire was losing air every few days. When I took it to an auto shop nearby, they found that the aluminum valve stem has cracked and that's what is causing the leak. This faulty valve stem could have lead to tire failure and potentially serious accident. Please advise how to go about addressing this issue.

- Fairfax, VA, USA

problem #6

May 022011

Versa 4-cyl

  • 18,000 miles
The tire pressure sensor system in the Nissan Versa appears to have a systemic fault of constant leaking. I live in Wisconsin (salt in winter) and I am now forced to replace the tire pressure sensor system for the second time at a cost of $180 per tire. It appears to wear out every 2 years, leading to leaking of the tire, causing an unsafe situation.

- Cudahy, WI, USA

problem #5

Jan 312013

Versa 4-cyl

  • 74,910 miles


Repeated flat tires due to air leaks which resulted in finally discovering the tire pressure monitoring valves on 3 of 4 tires were faulty. These valves were $150 each which is more than the tires cost! when took in for repairs, was told that the valves are made of metal which is prone to rust especially where they are located in the tire wells. Appears to be faulty engineering. Claim by repair personnel that a valve less likely to rust would be best but no valve available that will also meet Nissan requirements to provide tire sensor information back to the computer signal. Was told that if the sensors were not replaced could have unexpected flats or be dangerous to drive. I drive over 60 miles a day for work so safety is a concern. There needs to be an investigation about need for recall.

- Cary, NC, USA

problem #4

Apr 062012

Versa 4-cyl

  • 51,135 miles
Valve stem in rear passenger tire failed resulting in slow leak. Required replacement of the valve stem including the tire pressure monitoring system device in wheel.

- East Greenville, PA, USA

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problem #3

Feb 182012


  • 24,500 miles
Tires wore out and were bald at approx 24,500 miles. Product came new on new vehicle 2009 Nissan Versa. Tire manufacture denied warranty covering wear/tread even though tires are sold with 60,000 mile or 6 year warranty. Tires were rotated/balanced in accordance with regular maintenance.

- Mount Dora, FL, USA

problem #2

Sep 282010

Versa 4-cyl

  • 25,000 miles
The contact owns a 2009 Nissan Versa equipped with Continental conti pro contact tires, size P185/65/R16. The contact stated that the front tires became worn at 25,000 miles although the tires had been routed every 5,000 miles. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer and was advised to call the tire manufacturer. The contact called the tire manufacturer who told the contact to take the vehicle to the local dealer. The service representative at the dealer stated that there was no warranty for the tires and the contact would be responsible for the cost of the replacements. The failure mileage was approximately 25,000. Updated 01/06/11 updated 01/24/11

- Van Buren, AR, USA

problem #1

Sep 122009


  • 500 miles
I just bought a 2009 Nissan Versa. While driving on a wet road and taking a corner the car lost traction forcing me to slow down to almost a halt. The stock tires (185/65R15) seem to be undersized for the high center of gravity.

- Walnut Creek, CA, USA

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