fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
9,200 miles
Total Complaints:
3 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. not sure (2 reports)
  2. replace actuator solenoid (1 reports)
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problem #3

Apr 112020


  • Automatic transmission
  • 9,800 miles

It's enough of a pain in the ass when the rear door does not unlock, but now the passenger sliding door is doing the same thing of not unlocking. This is so frustrating because the mechanic at Nissan said you can leave it over the weekend and see if it happens again. I've shot video's of this but do not have a youtube account to upload to. Ugh!!!

- Lilian G., San Diego, CA, US

problem #2

Nov 232019


  • Automatic transmission
  • 4,800 miles

The rear doors to not always unlock and you have to crawl through the truck to open the door manually from the inside. I've tried starting the car, turning it off; starting the car, putting it in drive, turning it off; lock and unlock from both passenger and driver's side (and obviously the remote) and still cannot get them to unlock without crawling through. Once I crawl through and open the door, then it will work fine again until the next time it randomly does not want to open again.

- Lilian G., San Diego, CA, US

problem #1

Jun 062018


  • Automatic transmission
  • 13,000 miles

I bought a 2018 Nissan NV200 brand new but I have been having problems. The vehicle sometimes does not start up right away. I have to use the accelerator to start it. The power locks actuator/solenoid is starting to make noises when the power locks engage or by using the remote access. Lokey Nissan dealership in Clearwater Florida replaced 1 solenoid but there are 3. It was like pulling teeth to get 1 solenoid replaced. They even broke the clips holding the interior panel to remove and replace solenoid.

By the way they left grease fingerprints outside on door and interior. They have no class, its like what can the customer do for them as opposed to them doing something for the customer. Lokey Nissan in Clearwater Florida are not friendly and require you to duplicate the problem at the dealership only as per "Chuck" the Service advisor Guru. Chuck states that Nissan will charge him for incorrect parts he orders and puts in the vehicle. Incredible. Not my problem, there must be ways to troubleshoot problems Chuck. I have filed complaints with Nissan Customer Consumer Division. I have also filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.

- Peter D., Clearwater, US