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2023 Nissan Rogue Consumer Reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
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1 out of 5 stars

Sold an unsafe and improper manufactured car

K. Williams, 05/11/2023
2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo CVT)
269 of 280 people found this review helpful

I purchased a 2023 Platinum Rogue in April 2023, 13 days later my car immediately slowed down and stopped on a major highway in front of a tractor trailer. The dashboard lit up with Engine malfunction alert then Nissan Connect emailed me about an Engine emissions malfunction. My children and I could have died if they tractor trailer would have hit us. The dealership charged $250. for a loaner car that should have been free and then told me that the throttle in the Engine is bad. How did it pass inspection? Where are the recalls? Nissan does not have the parts needed to fix the malfunction and it's on back order with no estimated arrival date but they're still selling the vehicles I've purchased Nissan cars since 2001, same service advisor since 2001 and this is the first time I've ever received car Engine malfunction on any vehicles but the Rogue has malfunctions after just having it for 13 days. The dealership catered to me on the day of purchase but act like they didn't know me when I brought the car in with an engine malfunction at day 13 of owning. I called Nissan Corporation. Nissan is producing cars and selling cars but not producing the required mechanical parts to fix car repairs when their vehicles malfunction. This is sad. They're going to want their car note payment on time but the owners time and expectation of having a safe vehicle means nothing.

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4 out of 5 stars

Warm feet or defrosted windshield one or the other

Vince , 12/31/2022
2023 Nissan Rogue SV 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo CVT)
66 of 68 people found this review helpful

I have owned 2 Rogues previously to our new 2023 SV turbo. This model is very good with a couple exceptions. The heater selector had only 4 positions. In order to keep the windshield from frosting over fan must be on max and all air diverted to the windshield. This means that if you want to warm your feet and legs you have to switch the air flow down but then you must constantly scrape the windshield. Not great on a long trip. The next problem that came up is the transfer case started leaking oil. Now we are waiting for parts to have it repaired. The car has 4,000 km.

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2 out of 5 stars

Losing faith in the 3 cylinder Nissan Rogue!

Kim W., 06/13/2023
2023 Nissan Rogue SV 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo CVT)
94 of 98 people found this review helpful

In January with 2600 miles my check engine light came on and the code pulled was P0181 Fuel Temperature Sensor. So the dealership ordered a new fuel injector pump, which took almost 2 months to come in. Got that fixed in the middle of March and 3 weeks later I was driving on the highway, on my way to the dealership for a oil change and tire rotation when I went to pass a car in front of me and as I accelerated, I heard a car misfire which I thought was someone else’s car bc I only have 7500 miles so that can’t be me, right?! But as I got a little further, my car started sounding louder and louder and as I gave it more gas It sounded like as if I was driving in 1st gear. No symbols or lights appeared on dashboard so I kept driving. As I got a little further, I could tell my car was not at the speed I should’ve been which would’ve been about 70-75. So I looked at my speedometer and it was climbing down from 65 then to 60. THEN….my dashboard lit up like a Christmas tree!!! And the car told me to “Please move over safely!” Now mind you, I am in the fast lane and my car is slowing down and now I need to move over 3 lanes and in front of cars and semis. This was so stressful and dangerous bc I wasn’t sure if my car was just going to stop dead in front of a car and then someone would hit me! But I survived that and managed to get into the emergency lane and put it into park. But then my engine died! I tried to start it after a few minutes and nothing. So I had to call the dealership and have my car towed there. Once there they said they would give me a loaner and call me the next day and give me an update. The loaner they gave me was another 2023 Rogue, but Platinum Edition with only 1600 miles. This car has all the “bells & whistles”. Very nice! So the next day they call me and tell me that they have to replace my engine! Something about a broken rod bearing. They said they have no idea how long it will take for the new engine to come in. Could take 1 or 2 months. So! It’s been a little over a month and I’m enjoying the loaner and all it’s bells and whistles, when all of a sudden I look at my dashboard gauges yesterday and I see the “check engine” light is on! With only 3300 miles. Omg! So now I’m like wth is wrong with these 2023 Rogues?! So this morning I take it to Auto Zone so they could do a diagnostic and pull the code for this light and….WAIT FOR IT….it’s another P0181 code. Yep! It’s the Fuel temperature sensor! So now I get to call the dealership up and let them know that the loaner they gave me has the same problem I had with my Rogue back in January when it had 2600 miles and now I’ll have to bring in this loaner for a repair. SMH! So definitely, Nissan needs to send out some recalls or something. Because this is dangerous. Maybe they should’ve just kept the 4 cylinder engine? Because the way I see it, that is the common denominator. I previously owned a 2018 & 2021 Rogue Sv 4 cyl. and never experienced these issues.

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1 out of 5 stars

Emission control problem

Simmons, 01/21/2023
2023 Nissan Rogue S 4dr SUV (1.5L 3cyl Turbo CVT)
219 of 231 people found this review helpful

We just bought a Nissan rogue 2023. Less than 1500 miles on it and I get a message on my phone that there may be a problem with the emission control system. The engine light comes on so you can not use automatic start, cruise control, or several other features. We of course took it right away to be serviced at Nissan and they said it was a problem with the censor and there is not a fix yet. So the car is broke, no compensation, and they have not fixed or replaced car. Also they are still selling them and other consumers are having this problem too!

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1 out of 5 stars

Strong fuel smell Nissan can't fix

Jim, 02/22/2023
2023 Nissan Rogue SL 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo CVT)
139 of 147 people found this review helpful

Even after 6 to 7 hours in our garage when I come home, my wife's 2023 Rogue smells of strong fuel smell that leaks into our home. Nissan has had multiple complaints and has no fix. We have joined a class action lawsuit against for this issue. We are worried about our safety and health. Don't buy the Rogue! We don't want others to be disappointed. We do love the style and everything else, but this is a huge issue to us.

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