What should I do in this case?

I have a 2015 Altima of course only had it a year and my last oil change they said it was a recall on my airbags. Ever since then I've been having electrical problems with my car. I contact nissan customer affairs because I want them to buy back the car. It's like a ripple effect going on. So what do I do

I have a 2015 Altima of course only had it a year and my last oil change they said it was a recall on my airbags. Ever since then I've been having electrical problems with my car. I contact nissan customer affairs because I want them to buy back the car. It's like a ripple effect going on. So what do I do if they decide not to buy the car I'm not comfortable paying for a car that has many issues

Other answer:

sharmista:
Highly unlikely they will buy it back. The car has a warranty. That's it.

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The (somewhat) technical definition of what constitutes a vehicle that is a "lemon" is: any new vehicle that has a substantial problem that isn't fixed within a reasonable number of attempts, or that has had a certain number of days out of service.

But how do you define the meaning of "substantial problem," "reasonable number of attempts," and "certain number of days" when it comes to dealing with a problem car?

As a general rule, if a vehicle continues to have a defect within the warranty period even after it has been repaired four or more times or has been out of service at a dealership for thirty days or more, and the problem substantially impairs its use, value or safety, then the vehicle is considered to be a Lemon.

marchhare57:
If your state has a "Lemon Law", you might be able to use that. Nissan ought to have customer satisfaction procedures under the warranty also.
Love big words:
Sell it
alan:
Many issues, they are not going to buy the car back,Its yours,