Nissan Rogue CVT

All consumers who purchased or leased 2014-2016 Nissan Rogue SUVs need to be prepared to experience defects with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). The Nissan CVT transmission doesn’t use conventional gears but instead uses a segmented steel belt between pulleys that can be adjusted to change the reduction ratio in the transmission. Drivers report to the Lemon Law Department at Rosner, Barry and Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center hesitated when trying to accelerate. The Rogue allegedly suffered from excessive revving with high RPM but without the vehicle accelerating normally. The Rogue also jerked or shuddered and the transmission slipped when driving at highway speeds.
Nissan has published numerous Technical Service Bulletins to address defects with the CVT. Nissan circulates TSBs through its dealership network so that its service departments and mechanics have a “solution” for a problem common to type, year, make or model of car. A well-managed TSB process can save technicians troubleshooting time; provide organized, itemized repair procedures; and standardize the repair process. Unfortunately for owners a the Nissan Rogue equipped with the CVT is that the TSBs do not work.
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