sounds like your ECU may need a reflash, or you have a bad ground on the new cluster
thats actually really good to hear man. it was my moms car, she passed away in july, and im buying it from my dad. They bought it brand new in late '11 and ive driven it on 18+ hour road trips a few times. Its been a soldier every time ive ever been behind the wheel and my mom drove it with a very light right foot. 58 thousand very careful miles and meticulous care by my retired oil exec dad who is very anal about oil changes and so forth. The only issue the car has is that my brother was driving it once and turned too sharply one time and ran the rear passenger quarter into the bumber pf a stationary truck which caused some sheetmetal dents, but nothing structural. This accident was repaired by a very reputable place, the place where it was originally bought actually, and has been issue free even since then. this instills a fair amount of confidence. thanks fellas!!Agree, but 2012 was the final run of the Gen4 Alti's...and it's CVT has a much better track record (still poor relative to the rest of the world) than the 2013 refresh which has been plagued by CVT failures. Given the choice, I'd take the '12 over a '13 (assuming that's the market/price range you are playing in) seven days a week if you know it was never abused (which includes ex-rentals, the famous '1 lady owner' vehicles, and curb-siders and anything that doesn't match up (paint, repair history records, annual tax stickers, etc.). If you don't get good answers...walk.
another 60k out of the car period? also, thank you for replying man.If you have a little extra cash left over, you might consider having the dealer flush the CVT fluid as some serious PM against future issues. This will rack up a few hundred but is cheaper than the $2-4K to replace the CVT.
Replace the air filters (cabin and engine), and run a bottle of injector cleaner (with PEA additive (read the label, all are not equal)) once or twice a year...ideally at the start of one of those 18h trips...and if it's still the factory battery, replace it. You should get another 60Kmi easily out of it.