Nissan Dualis Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Nissan Dualis reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Nissan Daulis 2014: How to fix the front seat?

Answered by CarsGuide 16 Nov 2018

Nothing is unfixable. Presumably it was done while the Dualis was at the dealer being serviced, if so it is the dealer’s responsibility to fix it. If they can’t simply straighten it, they might have to replace the headrest, whatever it takes, it can be fixed.

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Nissan Dualis 2011: Won't lock

Answered by CarsGuide 2 Nov 2018

Providing you have used the correct battery and have installed it correctly in the fob there shouldn’t be any problem. Go to a Nissan dealer or an auto locksmith and have them sort it for you

 

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Nissan Dualis 2013: Are there common problems over 175,000km?

Answered by CarsGuide 18 May 2018

It’s more than the average kilometres for a 2013 Dualis, but that’s not necessarily a problem. If it’s been serviced regularly it should be fine.

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Nissan Dualis 2010: Should I change to a single-mass flywheel?

Answered by CarsGuide 18 May 2018

The dual-mass flywheel was introduced to reduce the vibrations in the driveline, so in that sense the mechanic was right, but unless you’re very sensitive you’re unlikely to be bothered by any vibrations that might result from changing to a single-mass flywheel. The advantage of switching to a single-mass flywheel is that the clutch is likely to last longer and be cheaper to replace when it does wear out.

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Would a 2009 Nissan Dualis with 210,000km on the clock be reliable?

Answered by CarsGuide 27 Apr 2018

The Dualis is a solid and generally reliable car, and if it is in good mechanical condition and has been regularly serviced it shouldn’t give you too many headaches for the next few years, but it’s impossible to say with any certainty that it won’t either.

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Nissan Dualis 2013: Is 175,000km going to cause a problem?

Answered by CarsGuide 23 Feb 2018

It’s more than the average kilometres for a 2013 Dualis, but that’s not necessarily a problem. If it’s been serviced regularly it should be fine.

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Can you recommend an SUV for my family?

Answered by CarsGuide 9 Sep 2016

Both are well suited to everyday use around town. They're comfortable, fuel-efficient and safe. The Dualis is a little cheaper than the Sportage, but I would definitely go for the Sportage. I would expect them to have a similar resale value when it comes time to sell, but the reputation of the Sportage for quality and reliability would make it easier to move on.

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Nissan Dualis 2012: Are these gearbox issues normal?

Answered by CarsGuide 2 Sep 2016

I’m not surprised at the clutch requiring replacement in that time, but I am surprised at the gearbox problem. I would contact Nissan directly and ask for some assistance with the cost of repairs.

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Best car for legroom, seating, towing and reliability?

Answered by CarsGuide 8 Aug 2016

From my experience, the Grand Vitara has the best reputation for reliability and for you it ticks the boxes. Next would be the Honda CR-V, then the Dualis with the ASX definitely last.

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