[/QUOTE][Hi all, having Nissan D40 for 7 years with only Tyres and Brake Pads and general servicing with 1 heater plug fault an inspection on the chassis, I decided to buy the next gen Np300 on a 19 plate new... ive written on here the variis problems with it Ad Blue , battery faults, replacement this and that, a rattling engine and a auto bix what cant make its mind up... ive got shut, Nissan Customer Service is US, Nissan dealers the same, theres better trucks out there..="landmannnn, post: 897081, member: 9335"]
I’ve driven my Navara for nearly 3 months now so I think I can say it’s fixed 👍 On mine it was the adblue control module at fault , not sure if these can simply be reprogrammed or not but they chose to change the module. They had it for 8 days in total (including a weekend), which to be fair wasn’t that bad really. They gave me a brand new Nissan Juke to drive while it was being fixed, again not ideal but better than a kick in the teeth. 🤣 Given everything, I still think it’s brilliant, absolutely love it. 5 yr warranty is a big plus. A friend of mine has a Ford ranger wildtrak, it does 24 to the gallon if your lucky 😳 had all sorts of trouble with it, dealer damaging the paint when it went in under warranty for something else, now it’s out of warranty and it’s got another problem so he’s getting rid. They’ve stopped making the amarok and the merc is based on the navara, so what else is there?Good luck with that, my 19 plate N-Guard at first service was found to be needing a new nearside rear driveshaft and a full set of rear brakes inc drums (oil leak I guess), that was two months back still no parts and I've since traded it in for New Navara Monday on the 12th . Within the first 28 days and no fix date, I'd be warning them rejecting is your next step.