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Transmission I'am thinking of purchasing a used nissan micra automatic. My question is simply this, seeing that its an automatic would it be wise going for a used car.

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Automatic transmissions can last a very long time, if properly cared for, and not overworked/overheated. Proper fluid/filter changes are needed!

If you are unsure, you should take the car to a mechanic, and have them inspect the transmission. If the seller rejects this idea, then I would hesitate the purchase of this vehicle.

Brian

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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