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I drove a company car yesterday, all day, and the ride was brutal with lots of tire noise. Flipped the screen over to tire pressures and sure enough, theyíre all 10 psig high like the stupid dealers always do. I just donít understand why dealers either set them way too high or donít even check and correct them. Itís seems like a liability to let a customer drive out with incredibly overinflated tires. At a minimum itís careless.
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I drove a company car yesterday, all day, and the ride was brutal with lots of tire noise. Flipped the screen over to tire pressures and sure enough, theyíre all 10 psig high like the stupid dealers always do. I just donít understand why dealers either set them way too high or donít even check and correct them. Itís seems like a liability to let a customer drive out with incredibly overinflated tires. At a minimum itís careless.
Nissan dealer prep sheet has a check box for tire pressure check. Makes you wonder what else they skip on when going over the car before handing you the keys.


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Nissan dealer prep sheet has a check box for tire pressure check. Makes you wonder what else they skip on when going over the car before handing you the keys.


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Exactly. Itís proof theyíre not doing their job. I even wonder if they change the oil when paid to do it.
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Last month when I got my new Murano, first thing I noticed when I got home that my tire pressures were way over inflated.

Also as I was getting ready to drive away after delivery, the General Sales Manager opened the passenger door and grabbed some paperwork that was above the visor. He said I didnít need it. I asked him what it was and he didnít answer. I could see one of the items was the prep sheet checklist.
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