What brand of shocks does Nissan use?
Value Advantage® complete strut and shock assemblies are precision-engineered, fit-tested, and ride-tested on the same Nissan applications for which they were produced.
How long do Nissan shocks last?
On average, if your car has been “babied,” you can expect your shocks/struts to last about 10 years. If you have really used your car like a workhorse, 5 years is probably all you can expect. This means that for the average driver, 7 or 8 years is the maximum life expectancy of most shocks and struts.
What is Nissan’s OEM brand?
Original Equipment Manufacturer
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. Nissan OEM quality parts refer to those parts that were manufactured by the company that had signed a contract with Nissan to create automobile parts on Nissan’s behalf.
How much are shocks for a Nissan Altima?
The Nissan Altima shock replacement cost ranges from around $30 to S170. Strut replacements, meanwhile, start at $12 and may cost as much as $230, while loaded struts are priced at around $50 to over $400. As an estimate, the shocks and struts for Nissan Altima may cost $185 to $300.
Are Bilstein shocks better than KYB?
➥➥ Bilstein shocks are overall more durable and better for off-road driving. ➥➥ KYB shocks are a bit better with cornering. Their corner strut assemblies are a bargain too. ➥➥ KYB are definitely stiffer – with Bilstein you will experiences a smoother, more comfortable ride overall.
How long do Xterra shocks last?
Struts and shocks may need to be replaced anywhere between 50k and 100k miles. If at any time the struts or shocks are leaking, broken, or damaged, they should be replaced immediately.
What brand does Nissan use for parts?
Choose Tamaroff Nissan and Nissan OEM Parts Here at Tamaroff Nissan’s service department, we use only Nissan OEM parts for vehicle repairs, so you can feel confident that you’re getting the absolute highest quality parts and service.