Shocks & Struts Replacement

What are shocks & struts? The purpose of shocks & struts is to maximize your tires’ contact with the road, especially on poor road conditions and in severe braking situations. Nissan has optimized the design of their shocks & struts to handle most road conditions while providing a comfortable ride – although safety is always the primary concern.

How long do shocks & struts last? Over 120,000 kilometers or 7 years driven, your shocks & struts will have cycled over 112,500,000 times – reducing their ability to safely keep your tires in proper contact with the road. This creates an unsafe condition of longer stopping distances and poor vehicle control.

How is this corrected? Replacing your worn-out shocks and struts as recommended will restore your vehicle’s safety system back to the original Nissan factory specifications.

Is it time to schedule your Shocks & Struts Replacement? Shocks & struts should be replaced at 168,000 km – or check with your Service Advisor based on your driving habits. Having new shocks & struts installed by our Nissan-certified technicians will maximize braking effectiveness, improve vehicle control, and provide safe, peace-of-mind driving for years to come.