Beware when buying Nissan. They have many hidden consumer costs when it comes to repairs.
Parts are outrageous and they will try to convince you that in order to replace one small thing you must buy a lot more. Examples, front electrical plug not working. Gainesville, FL Nissan insisted that the dash came as one big part and the whole dash had to be replaced jsut to fix the front plug outlet. However, when insisted it was still under warranty, suddenly they became aware that just the plug could be replaced.
The back seat small plastic cupholder insert broke. Insisted that the whole cupholder insert would have to be replaced and no the small plastic peice inside. All over the net, consumers complain about the visors breaking. It costs over $200 to replace if you fix it yourself, more if they do it.
I have a Nissan Murano, the sensor keys constantly fail and the batteries are ridiculously hard to replace. If the sensor fails, it costs $124 for the new key and then $95 dollars for them to do a 2 minute reprogram. Belts constantly need to be replaced and then always squeek. They gauged consumers charging over $400 to replace a belt.
The government got involved and Nissan was made to refund some dollars. An incredibly bad company to deal with. Cosmetic things constantly breaking on their cars and costing absorbitant amounts for parts.
Try a different brand. Will never buy another Nissan.