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2 hours ago, billchao said:

To be fair, Nissan’s CVT is bad. I’m not saying I like CVTs, but your wife ended up with the worst possible one.

~35 mpg. Google is your friend 😜

True. But the CVT in my 16 Forester also died at just under 59,800 miles.

It was covered under warranty, which was great, but at that point I was ready to go to something different.

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