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My 2005 x-trail's serpentine belt broke at 67, 000km while driving outside of Seattle. When it broke it caused my x-trail over $2, 000 damage. It broke the timing celenoid and fried the Engine control computer. When I called Nissan Canada from the US their 1-800 did not work and when I got a relative in Canada to call the number the Nissan representative said that she was unable to help me because I was in the US. When I called Nissan Canada to ask for assistance and advice on how to go about fixing my car I was treated like garbage. I would highly recommend staying away from buying a Nissan Canada vehicle unless you want poor customer service.
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