How much does a Nissan Versa transmission replacement cost?

My Versa has been having trouble shifting gears. Last week, my teenage daughter was driving and the car stopped abruptly in the middle of the street. I’m thinking the transmission is to blame. How much does a Nissan Versa transmission replacement cost?

Bonnie Stinson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
That sounds terrible! The Nissan Versa transmission replacement cost is between $3,500 and $4,500, including parts and labor.
Transmissions are not cheap, unfortunately. Even worse, the Nissan Versa is infamous among mechanics for presenting with transmission issues.
The only way you can save a bit of money on this necessary service is to use aftermarket parts, which are usually cheaper than OE (Original Equipment) parts.
Now might be a good time to consider whether it’s actually worth investing that amount of money into your Versa. Used cars depreciate quickly. Depending on how old your Versa is, buying another car might be a smarter financial decision.
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is unlikely to cover the cost of transmission repairs, unless the damage was caused by an accident. Either way, we encourage you to research your
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Hope this helps!
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