Chart based on 108 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
2016 Nissan Rogue 4dr SUV
170-horsepower 2.5L I4 CVT AWD
Strange noise coming from the engine and right front wheel when under power. Noise was loud enough that it could not be ignored. Dealer diagnosed the transmission after dropping it off for a few hours.
Still vibrates, factory representative rode in it and he said all Nissans that have the blue "Pure Drive" badge have the same vibration live with it and he gave me a 100,000 mile Nissan gold Warranty.
I still have the rattle and fuel mileage
Outer CV boot failed and was leaking grease. Replaced boot, repacked grease, and aligned.
Transmission replaced. We are very disappointed about replacing the transmission. This was reported to Nissan but Nissan would not do anything at all to help. We do not intend to ever purchase another Nissan.
Mechanics were unable to duplicate problems we were having. The vibration is inconsistent. The day after we got home vibration began again for a few days but has not occurred since. Car ckd thoroughly no problems located.
Transmission whined at highway speeds and/or 3,000 RPM. Transmission completely replaced under warranty.
Gear box oil had built up and was chunky
Shifter would not move out of park. Shifter assembly had to be replaced.
Car would not shift without using the override button. I was advised that the computer said I needed a new shifter $700 estimate. Seem ridiculous. I drive 30K a year never had a failure in the first 30K miles. Also never had a Nissan.
Heard buzzing noise. Thought it was bearings, but dealer says it might be the CVT. Told me to drive a couple of thoudsand miles more to see if the noise becomes louder and determine if it was the CVT or the wheel bearings.
Transmission was replaced under warranty. Transmission had developed a bearing whine and was slipping.
Black oil appeared under car. Driver front CV axle needed replacement including wheel alignment.
4th CVT transmission failure
Was driving at higway speed,about one hour of driving,was hot summer day, wanted to pass some vehicles, small hill, car lost power. Manage to get off hwy, came to stop light, car had hard time moving, eventually picked up speed at lower rpm Went to Nissan dealer, told them of the problrm Left car for 3 hours was told to come back after one hour of driving at hwy speed so they can measure tran temp and order cooling system from nissan
Made dessicion to get rid of car felt unsafe
Transmission was failing and was completely replaced under Nissan's extended factory 10 Year / 120,000 Mile warranty.
Grinding Noise from Tranny after ECM /TCM update. Nissan decided to replace the tranny.
Warped Brake Rotors, Jerk and Noise from tranny
Shifter Assy locked in P. Replaced under warranty.
Transmission failed, replaced with rebulit transmission. Dealer ordered correct transmission, but wrong one came in. So it took 8 days.
Transmission was replaced under warranty, vehicle was in for service for 2 days for routine maintenance and to investigate the noisy transmission. It was determined that a new transmission would need to be oredered. After transmission replacement, a different noise was discovered. A number of parts had not been properly tightened after transmission replacement - required another day in the shop.
Inner CV boot on passenger side was torn, axle replaced
Had Driver axle replaced.
noticed a noise at high and low speeds
Rear differential bolts were loose causing a loud bang occasionally from the rear. Bolts were torqued to spec and no further noises.
Right front axle assembly replaced. Car still has Vibration
Replaced front passenger side axle, rear drive shaft. Car exhibited a low frequency humming noise that varied with speed.
CV joint dust boots on right front axle replaced with new.
Can't shift out of Park. Must use a pin to stick in shift lock to get it out. It was replaced before but acting up again. Fixed again.
Also defective CV boot.
park lock solenoid failure. Unable to shift out of park. Had to override the lock to drive to dealer.
CVT Transmission violent and total failure. Transmission and axles damage beyond repair. The trans was covered under extended warrantee but the axles damage was not covered. One week plus in shop and there was no warning at all.
CVT rattle which was not resolved by a previous TCM reflash recommended in a TSB. Reflash was still present in system so no additional repair could be made. Dealer states all make some noise.
Took in for another issue and had them check noise. New transmission was needed and replaced. No further issues so far. New transmission
gear shifter would not release from park position. Dealer ordered part and replaced shifter.
Paddle shifter cable anchor came lose, rubbing on the drive shaft. Delivery of the replacement part from Nissan took a week.
CVT rattle...checked by dealer. Mo repair, they have referred it to Nissan
Dealer replaced CVT to fi 'rattle' issue...rattle went away
Noticed "crunching" sound when accel or decel at 10-40 mph. Took to dealer, and they ordered warranty transmission replacement immed.
Dealer did test drive. Unable to duplicate transmission noise, so no fix. Rattle is intermittent
Replace torn CV inner boot, passenger side.
cracked left front boot, leaking grease. Boot replaced along with seals at both ends of thr drive shaft.
Dealer finally admitted something was wrong with the transmission and said it needed to be replaced, under warranty. I had heard the well-known Rogue CVT transmission rattle since I got the car at 30,000 miles. A day after warranty replacement for transmission, the half-shaft disconnected after travelling over a rough railroad crossing. This resulted in a horrible grinding sound. Dealer admitted it was due to their failure to connect it properly.
Replaced CVT at insistance of Nissan. They claimed that Rogues within a certain VIN range have been showing signs of the same problem--a "clicking" sound at slow speeds. I think they are trying to avoid a recall, but they did us good!
CVT oil cooler valve cracked and hoses leaking. Replaced assembly and hoses.
CVT failed and was replaced under warranty
re-sealed leaks on transfer case
Transmission failed again.
Original Transmission failed at 7,000 miles, replaced.
Failed again at 15,000 miles, replaced again.
another transmission issue. Poor shifting, NOT shifting causing high gear during low speeds causing valvetrain rattling
Strange noise coming when driving forward, isolated to the Transfer Case and the CVT, ordered new Transfer Case to be installed.
Still have not fixed issue, despite transfer case replacement.
Entire transmission replaced.
CVT transmission went out. Was stuck in highest gear so the entire transmission had to be replaced. All work was under warranty. CVT transmission stuck in high (6th) gear. Dealership had to order an entire new transmission.
Famous CVT rattle. Dealer and Nissan Canada are aware of problem and are working on a fix
CVT rattle, CVT was replaced.
CVT started rattling again. Replaced CVT for the second time. I am now on mthe 3rd CVT
Grinding noise from CVT
CVT transmission was replaced on my 2008 Nissan Rogue AWD. Nissan has issued replacement with an updated transmission to Rogue owners complaining of grinding sounds and occassionaly lurching at low speeds.
Some pressure valve, probably for the transmission. There was a buzz coming from behind the dash.
Right Inner front CV Boot leaking fluid/oil. Need to replace entire unit.
CVT rattle - replaced under warranty
Rubber boot had come loose and was hanging on driveshaft causing a very loud noise when driving vehicle.
Rattling noise from transmission when de-celerating.
CV boot cracked
Leaking transmission cooler. Replaced cooler and lines. The cooler was still covered under under extended warranty, I had to pay for the new lines. The parts were difficult to find and took several days.
Torn axel boot, grease was leaking out
Torn axle boot on other side - Right.
Had to replace the CVT transmission.
Rear Diff replaced for knocking noise during reverse.
Manufacturer defect from time of purchase. Faught with Nissan for 8 months until I received acknoledgement of the problem and CVT replaced. Nissan has poor customer service. See google or go to their NICO forum.