Slips? Mine has a delay in response, especially if I need it to kick down when I'm merging into traffic, and then hangs onto the gear after I've let off, which is a symptom that plagued the 2020s until they came up with a fix. I guess it can seem like a slipping clutch as it feels like it's not responding to my throttle inputs. I'm waiting with baited breath for the fix to apply to the 2021s as outlined here If it's actually slipping though, as was already mentioned take it in and let the dealership fix it.My transmission slips ALOT while driving at slow speeds. Between 7mph and 14 mph, i feel hard knocks. Also when I stop I feel like someone hit me from behind. Took it to the dealer and they told me that only 4 people have this issue in the whole nation.
You should research the lemon law before you hire a lawyer… remember your beef is with Nissan, not the dealer. The dealership can’t fix what Nissan won’t acknowledge is a problem. If you’re going to try to get your truck lemon law’d then you’re going up against Nissan USA, not the dealership.BS! Mine is a 21 and it shifts really hard from 2nd down to 1st.
Same as yours, between 10mph and 20mph.
Gonna take mine in again, and once again after if they can’t fix it, then I’ll get a lemon law lawyer.
According to the dealer 2021 already had the TSB update.This is actually quite common… there are a few threads here that mention similar hesitations, roughs shifts, strange noises, etc. The Jatco 9sp transmission has issues and Nissan has been very reluctant to acknowledge them. Tell your dealer they need to do better research before they make a comment like that. Mine is going back into the shop on Monday for the 3rd time since I got it in May (7.5k miles) due to poor/rough shifting and very odd popping noises. All happen at low speeds like yours.
Good luck getting a Lemon Law vehicle though… that’s a very premature comment made earlier and requires a very strict set of circumstances depending upon your state.
There is a TSB out there for the 2020 Titans that apparently helps but it seems like it’s hard to get them to apply it to 2021s.
There is a big difference between a transmission slipping and just a poorly calibrated transmission. There has been very little conversation here about actual transmission slipping, but I guess it could be happening in a one-off scenario for you. Nissan acknowledges their transmissions aren't calibrated quite right, thus the TSB for the 2020s. The dealer isn't supposed to apply the TSB to the 2021's because it hasn't been 'released' by Nissan engineers for the 21's. So I doubt that they actually did do that, but if they did I'd request proof of it. They can pull up the vehicle service history and show you. But all in all... a poorly calibrated transmission is not a Lemon Law situation.According to the dealer 2021 already had the TSB update.
You're just spinning your wheels. Nissan will do nothing. It will be just like how they handled the Gen1 front and rear axle failures and manifold problems. They'll keep pumping out the problematic product and maybe remedy it 3 or 4 years down the road.We need to get a list of owners with these issues or otherwise make sure that Nissan knows the numbers that are affected.