Pressed send too early - which warn us the automatic breaking isn’t working and another that says Stop/ Start. It is getting tedious and it also broke down. our worry is if this is happening when it isn’t even 2 and we’re very careful with it, we’ll be liable for loads of bills once it’s warrantee runs out?
We are talking to the garage it came from but I am worried they won’t help as obviously it’s a big thing to sort out. But we bought the car for it to be safe and reliable?
I would get rid of the Nissan. They're notoriously shit cars. As PP said, go for something reliable like a Toyota or Honda, or, if you want something less expensive, a Kia or Hyundai which are fantastic, have 7 year warranties, and have had 0 safety recalls in their time.
Thanks. That’s useful to know we can try Trading Standards if have any trouble. I hope they’ll be helpful as an initial conversation suggested they might not be eg I said the speedometer is inaccurate at motorway speeds and they just said this sometimes happens as if ok. I don’t think it is as to me that’s a safety issue too
Thank you and especially when my post was rushed and full of typos (automatic breaking was an appropriate one!!!) The garage has written to Nissan and didn’t manage to fix the fault but has ordered more parts for yet another visit. I appreciate the feedback and next time will definitely check reliability . It has been very fuel efficient compared to our old bmw but I have very little car knowledge or interest other than wanting it to be reliable, safe and efficient. So taking on all your tips!