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How long will a 2005 Nissan Altima last?
The Nissan Altima can last between 250,000 and 300,000 miles, which equals 15 to 20 years when considering the average driver’s annual mileage. Depending on factors such as maintenance and driving style, it’s not uncommon to find Nissan Altimas lasting over 300,000 miles.
How many miles is a Nissan Altima good for?
The Nissan Altima has proven that it is a dependable and reliable car. Unfortunately, we do not have a crystal ball, so we can’t say for sure how long a Nissan Altima will last, but there is evidence to support that a well-cared for Altima can keep on driving past 200,000 miles or more than 10 years!
What problems do 2005 Nissan Altima have?
Top 2005 Nissan Altima Problems
- Nissan Crankshaft and Camshaft Sensor Recall.
- Check Engine Light Due to Failure of Catalytic Converter Closest to Cylinder Head.
- Nissan fuel pump concern.
- Engine Cranks and Doesn’t Start or Runs Rough.
- Failed External Seal on Engine Oil Cooler May Leak.
- Engine Turns Over But Doesn’t Start.
What year Altima is bad?
2013 (Worst year) According to carcomplaints.com, the 2013 has the most overall complaints and is ranked the worst model year. It also received the “Avoid Like a Plague” badge due to the severity and number of problems.
What year Altima is best?
The “Best” Nissan Altima
- According to our research, the fourth-generation model years 2011 and 2012 have proven to be the best.
- If your budget is higher, we recommend newer model years like 2018 or 2019.
- The 2011 Nissan Altima is our best.
- 2013 Altima CVT Recall.
What is bad about Nissan Altima?
The worst problems with the Altima have to do with its continuously variable transmission (CVT). Owners complain about delayed throttle response and feeling a shudder or jerking sensation when accelerating. The previous Nissan Altima generation (2007 to 2012) is also prone to poor CVT operation and failure.
How reliable is the 2005 Nissan Altima?
The 2005 Nissan Altima Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5. It ranks 9th out of 32 for all car brands.
Do Nissan Altimas have bad transmissions?
What’s wrong with Nissan Altima?
Is Nissan a bad car?
In a recent Telegraph survey, Nissan came tenth in the most reliable cars of 2017, with 98 problems per 100 vehicles. Reliability Index have put Nissan ninth out of 32 brands for reliability, with a reliability index of 88. This is much better than the industry average (the lower the score, the better the reliability).
What problems do Nissan Altimas have?
The most common reported issues include difficulty accelerating, shaking and stuttering, the engine running low and shutting down suddenly. Other issues that can be caused by the CVT transmission include loss of power, transmission jerking, transmission belt slippage, coolant hose leakage and a CVT error message.
Why are Nissan transmissions so bad?
Nissan has been accused of using an inadequate cooling system for their transmission. As the CVT heats up it can vibrate excessively. And when it overheats it sends the car into fail-safe mode which limits engine RPMs as it tries to prevent damage.