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I had worries about the CVT too but given the sheer amount of Nissan CVTs out there that do not have problems I decided not to be worried. Some people get unlucky and their transmissions die - CVT or conventional, regardless of make. It sounds to me like you got a lemon and maybe some lemon refurb parts...Report it
Bought a Rogue in April 2010. Awful experience. At 3,000 miles had to have the transmission replaced. Again at 13,000 miles, not even a year later, the valve body goes bad..part of the transmission. I believe Nissan has not perfected the CVT and all of us are guinea pigs. It is dangerous b/c when the problem occurs after a long drive, you lose complete acceleration and when on a highway, this is scary and very dangerous. It's happened twice to my husband and I while on vacation. The first time it happened we got stuck overnight in Boston. I will never buy another Nissan. Looking to trade it in at this time. It's not even 2 yrs old yet. They've extended their warranty as well to 120,000 miles or 10 yrs + towing...go figure. They know you will get stuck. The safety of this piece of junk is nil. It's a nice looking SUV and a nice SUV...but, I bought this vehicle in hopes of driving it with reliability and safety....not to stare at it while it sits in the garage, which is where I think it should stay.Report it
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