I have a 2008 Rogue ALS.
This car has been taken to the dealership several times, and the dealership says nothing is wrong.
My car was under warranty and the transmission was slipping, they said nothing is wrong.
Now the car is not under warranty and I cannot even drive it.
I have pushed the pedal to the floor and barely go.
The dealership now wants to charge to look at it and our dealership is closing and they cannot do anything out it.
My car is a 2008 model and has only 52,000 miles.
A car this new should not have problems like this.
I fully intend to call Nissan and complain.
They are not customer oriented.
We bought two cars from them within a month's time.
I also own a Nissan Rogue and it has 78k miles and I did have the same problem like you. The first one I got a oil leak on the transmission that endup replacing the transmission at around 50k. also at 75k miles I have a problem in which the rogue didn?t accelerate above 60 miles, then 50 and then 45miles on highway and took it to the dealership and they told me that there was nothing wrong with it since they were not able to recreate the problem. So I have to wait until the problem happen again and that?s when they told ok lets fix it. So its around 75k and I have take it to the dealer to replace the transmission twice.
My warranty expires may 2013 but before that I will sell it!!
And of course it will not be a nissan.
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