Update by user May 19, 2015
I provided all of the service documentation to my Insurance company.No one serviced my 2008 Nissan Versa except the Dealership, Downtown Nashville Nissan.
The Engineer email@example.com from Nissan North America in Smyrna TN inspected my vehicle and would not admit to manufacturer fault. Joey Ruff, Litigator who used to work at Nissan North American Headquarters advised me not to hire an Attorney. According to Joey Ruff, he would just waste my money because Nissan was not responsible for the engine fire. Nissan North American would do anything possible not to be responsible for any defaults in their cars.
Example; Takata air bag issue, Nissan uses Takata air bags in their vehicles. Have you as a Customer been notified yet.... I am sure not.
That is just the way they work.I know because I used to work there!
Original review posted by user May 19, 2013
On November 4, 2012 while driving down the road, my engine stopped running and my 2008 Nissan Versa.My engine was on fire and burned the engine compartment completely.
My 2008 Nissan Versa had been fully serviced by the Dealership I purchased it from, Downtown Nashville Nissan. I reported this issue to Nissan Corporate Headquarters and also the Dealership neither would take responsibility of the problem.
I learned the engine catching on fire was a problem for the 2007-2009 Nissan Versa's.Nissan Corporate settled out of court with my Insurance company, but they still will not admit there is a problem with the Nissan Versa.
Monetary Loss: $11000.