I bought a used 1978 Datsun whose odometer said 39,000 miles in 1982 from the dealer. I looked it over carefully, or so I thought, but when the sun came out after a long cloudy spell, repaint on the rear was visible. This soured me on that dealer.
Also, we finally decided that was 139,000 miles, though that would be a lot in only 4 years, so it was only a hunch.
Then, over the time I owned that car I spent as much on repairs as gasoline. It was not the usual wear items or maintenance items. Things like a switch down inside the a/c assembly. Over and over and over. Was I glad to see that piece of junk gone.
I cannot imagine ever driving another Nissan (the current name). Though they are popular here in Mexico, so who knows?
I am a Toyota fanatic, We bought a 1988 Nova (Toyolet) and we only junked it at 248,000 miles because we could no longer get new parts, and the rebuilt parts were trash. Overhaul at 200,000 miles and the rebuilt water pump came apart 48,000 miles later. Rebuilt carburetor cost $300 and went bad every 15 months or so. Carb shops refused to rebuild them. We finally said enough.
My 2002 Sienna has around 149,000 miles. I do high-rel maintenance, replacing parts slightly before they would be expected to start failing, rather than waiting until they break. This is because I am in the mountains of Mexico and service is hours away, with parts for that old a car probably need to be shipped in. I need to go back and update my posting on my high-rel plan.