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Does anyone know a good Nissan mechanic in the Sacramento area?

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Hi all, I'm looking to purchase an older Nissan Maxima or Altima (2009-2012) with no transmission issues and would like to get a pre-purchase inspection. I've heard these older gens don't have good reliability and I'm super skeptical even though I want one. Does anyone know a good Nissan mechanic that can do that in the Sacramento area?
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Hi all, I'm looking to purchase an older Nissan Maxima or Altima (2009-2012) with no transmission issues and would like to get a pre-purchase inspection. I've heard these older gens don't have good reliability and I'm super skeptical even though I want one. Does anyone know a good Nissan mechanic that can do that in the Sacramento area?
An older Infiniti would suffice as well 馃檹馃徑馃檹馃徑
If the mechanic is good, he fixes more than just Nissans. But yes, I know such specialists. After years of driving, I can tell you one thing: Don't mess with Nissan dealers. I know that sounds strange. But more often than not, dealers just use you for an easy profit. Often these people don't even know how to fix cars. They're the middlemen between you and the real mechanics who do all the fixing work. Dealers always charge too much for this reason, if you don't already know. So I always prefer to come to an independent mechanic center, where the specialists will fix my car immediately after diagnosis. Often such repairs are done in my presence, which is the main difference between a dealer and an independent mechanic.
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