How many Miles do you have on your Rogue and what kind of maintenance have you had performed? Mine runs good, I'm going to keep it for 300,000 miles, I maintain it very well in fact immaculate.
I have an 09 Rogue AWD and have 255,000 miles on it, I use it as a daily driver to work and drive about 100 miles a day. Engine and everything runs well, no smoke. Engine runs like it did when new.
Had new CVT Transmission at 150K, the first one had a slight "whine" coming from front right area at a certain speed, I'm wondering if there was always something wrong with it. A new one Nissan installed at the 150K mile marker when it failed was about $3000 my cost. This next one is more quiet, no "whine".
Front right left axle replacement
2 wheel bearings both front right and left have been changed, the front left went out so I just changed the right to be consistent.
Been through a couple batterys, have a NAPA now, its running at 500 CCA I'm contemplating replacing it.
Changed water pump to another OEM Nissan water pump at 200,000 miles just because I figured it may fail trying to reach 300,000 miles. The Nissan water pump is the best it has the best bearings and fit.
Drive shaft with U joints, they were bad at about 200K miles
Nissan did a recall, some harness wire I think.
CV Joints with boot both front right and left. Both boots failed first which its better value just to change the whole thing.
New radiator cap just to be proactive.
Tires: changed tires about every 90K, I rotate & balance them every month and fill with nitrogen. Have tried Cooper, Yokohama, I'm back to Yokohama all season tires to deal with the rain and snow. The tire manager said it's impressive how many miles I get out of the tires and how even they wear because I rotate them so often.
Have front alignment done a few times.
I run Synthetic oil Mobile One, change every 5000 mi
Changed out AC Compressor after it failed at about 140K Miles.
Brakes obviously with discs, have changed a couple calipers, have repaired a couple calipers hanging up.
My Catalytic converter sensor keeps reading high, I just reset the idiot light and keep driving, have done it for years and still pass emission inspection. They mounted Cat Convertor on manifold it's expensive to get changed, close to $1000, so I never changed it yet.
New Iridium spark plugs every 100,000 miles
Changed serpentine belt a couple times
Changed about 4 tire stems with sensors, one goes out every couple years.
Changed differential gear oil both front and rear gear oil with synthetic oil a few times per manual.
Change CVT oil every 50K with the OEM Nissan oil.
Flushed radiator a few times
Changed a few light bulbs
Changed brake pedal sensor just because they are inexpensive and can go out
Changed Front driver door sensor
Steering wheel cover that comes in contact with hands has worn out had to cover it
Hind sight I wish I would have bought he Murano or perhaps a Subaru or another make, this car has made me money because I'm getting basically two vehicles I should have bought out of one. There are several things I don't like about this vehicle but like I said I got my moneys worth. I actually don't care for it, too small, don't like the look, don't like CVT Transmission, U joints have to be replaced with drive shaft, CAT Convertor mounted on manifold, not a lot of power, front CV Joint boots are cheap, CV joints can fail when boot cracks, don't care for the cooling system and the differential height of heater core to radiator, had to have it burped a few times for better heat at idle RPM, ride is not the smoothest or quietest I've experienced in vehicles. I like the AWD, it drives through snow, ice and rain well, reliability has been good, decent gas mileage, engine is good. Vehicle has served me well.