484 Likes and Counting.
While doing research on Nissan as a company, the best and worst products throughout the years it did not take long to find the Facebook Community Page Nissan Sucks.
Who is behind the community?
Unfortunately it was not possible to find out who is behind the community page, but the intentions are very clear. The community is designed to bring dissatisfied Nissan customers together, in particular people who have had to deal with Nissan motor problems.
Nissan Sucks Community Facebook
- Set up in 2011
- 484 Members
- Most recent post 2015
One of Many
The further one delves into the dregs of Facebook the more of these frustrated communities one finds. It seems that more and more consumers are feeling frustrated with the customer service they receive from Nissan on top of the poor quality engines they feel they are getting. From blown head gaskets to automatic windows that continuously need to be replaced as the motor ceases to function. Apparently this is not a new cause.
I hate Nissan Community Facebook
- Earliest available post 2010
- 490 Members
- Most recent post 2014
The opposite of hate
Nissan 370Z Car Club
With as many hate clubs as you’ll find on Facebook you’ll find more fan clubs, like the Nissan 370Z Car Club.
@Nissan370Z Car Club Community
- Founded in 2012
- 57,788 members and counting
- Most recent post 13 hours ago
It’s all about perspective.
Nissan seems to have a love/hate relationship with consumers. The majority of consumers seem to fall in love with the performance centered automotive masterpieces like the Skyline GT-R. Nissan fans can’t seem to get enough of the new concepts and ideas that the company is willing to test in order to provide the world with amazing feats of engineering. Proud faces smiling over brand new first cars, and pictures of happy toddlers kissing the hood of a parked Nissan in the garage. However you look at it, you’ll see exactly what you want to see. Look into the hate and dissatisfaction and that is what you’ll get. Look at Nissan through the eyes of their fans, and you too will fall in love with this extraordinary automotive manufacture.
When all else fails
Drive a golden engraved Nissan R35 GT-R. Selling at $1million USA dollars, this is one of the more elaborate and over the top Nissans ever. It is just this kind of extravagance that fuels that love hate relationship. The fiberglass body kit was hand engraved and took more than 6 months to finish. One the details were complete the car was styled in a beautiful, glittering golden finish. This style of this awesome car is certainly not for everyone, the intentionally excessive style of this super sexy hot rod isn’t for everyone, neither is the price tag.
Love them or hate them, Nissan has proven they are a company that survived the old generation of cars and is paving the way for the future of personal transportation and the cars of the future.