Visors are too big, they come down to low, blocking most of driver's front windshield view. Have to push all the way back towards window and still it's hard to safely see out. Also they are not wide enough to help block sun through side window except for about 2" of very front area. Coming over Pacheco Pass with grand kids and we had sun directly through front window. Even my teenage grandson had a hard time maneuvering his visor. Plus trying to quickly adjust from front window to side was so dangerous, I almost wrecked into the guard rail a couple of times. I am very uncomfortable with these visors Now we have to find visors to buy that fit and do the job the right way. Anyone else agree?
Seats very comfortable, good gas mileage, accelerates quickly, going 80 mph before I even got onto freeway from merging lane. Swinging open back door easy to handle.
Sun visors a must I would think. There is also an annoying wind noise coming through windows when driving at 55 mph or more, with all windows closed tight too.
I almost had a major accident, at a busy intersection because the sun visor obstructed my vision and I did not see the red light. I was lucky I managed to stop before it was too late. I was quite shaken up. This sun visor is really dangerous. When I push it towards the windshield, it doesn't remain there, it comes back.
The driver's seat aggravates this problem. If you want to move it forward, the seat also moves upward simultaneously, so the sun visor obstructs the front view even more.
BTW, I see 5 negatives under "Recommend". I wonder who they may be. I am an actual owner of a Nissan Rogue and I feel the safety of my family is at risk. It is not an irrelevant problem.
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