I just bought a used 2009 Rogue less than a month ago and have had nothing but problems.
The car was supposed to be "certified" as well.
It has been at the dealer shop longer than I have actually been able to drive it.
There were 6 issues with it, all have supposedly been resolved, except for one...the wobbling while driving 30-45 mph!
Today I drove with the service manager, he informed me that it was normal and it was the torque conversion being engaged.
I just can't buy that answer!
He also said he has told over 600 people the same answer because they come in with the same complaint.
Does anyone else have this issue???? I can't find ANYONE online complaining about it
Feels like you are riding on a cloud when the car isn't wobbling
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