Hunter Nissan of Hendersonville tried to get me to pay for a new ABS Actuator ($1200) when the only problem I had was a missing transmission air dam (cost: $75), which cools the transmission. At the second Nissan shop I went to, they noticed that problem AND they were astute enough to realize that I had a bad oil cooler O-ring.\r
Aside from that, when I left Hunter Nissan's service center, I had to actually ask for a printed summary of what the mechanic found. The only thing on my first receipt said ""customer declined repairs"". Keep in mind that this was after I paid them almost $100 just to print out some diagnostics and do a pinch of research. Having to ask for the mechanic's summary as an extra step was a little annoying.\r
I have heard from a friend that this Hunter Nissan's sales department is excellent, but I would *never* recommend the service department.\r
P.S. They do not service third-party warranties, so unless you are the original owner with an official Nissan warranty, don't even think about trying this service department.
Pros: Close to Hendersonville, NC
Cons: Under-qualified service center