has anyone had any issues with hubcaps falling of the versa while driving

Asked by aerus Nov 12, 2010 at 02:44 PM about the 2010 Nissan Versa 1.6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this happen to me and i did not hit or run over anything. would that be covered under the trim warranty. I have less than a 1000 miles on the car

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The same thing happened to me and my 2009. Not covered under warranty. New hubcap from nissan is very expensive. I did a search and found that a good looking knock off without the word nissan was reasonable. Not sure on the exact price but cannot tell the difference.

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Lol, nope.. Back in 08 i had 2 hubcaps disappear. Had to but 2 new ones $60 each. Then in winter 10 lost the other 2. Sucks, si now i have the SL wheels $150 each

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I also put wheels on my Versa as a result of the mysterious vanishing hubcaps.

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I was wondering if it was me but we cannot keep hubcaps on versa...

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