To help out the next guy, here was my recent (May 2016) experience regarding the cargo handles in the Nissan Rogue.
Just bought a new 2016 Nissan Rogue SL awd w/ premium. It did not come with the cargo handles. After finding this thread, I took it to the parts department guy and he said "the computer says your car already had the handles"
I said: "well, they're not there, we checked extensively, and so did *salesperson1* and *salesperson2*. We also checked the other new 2016 Rogues on the lot and none of them have the handles either"
Parts guy: "well, they're supposed to be there"
Me: "yes, I realize that. That's why we are here. Can you just check these part numbers I found on the internet?"
Parts guy: "I don't think those parts are for those handles. It shows up as a 'clip', 'bracket', and 'retainer lug floor'. And it's not shown on the exploded drawing/diagram"
me: "So maybe Lug means luggage and retainer is referring to the ability of the handle to retain luggage from sliding off the divider?"
parts guy: "No, that's not it. The handle is supposed to already be installed in the car".
me: "I know, but it's just NOT. So, I know I got this information from 'the internet' and not everything is 100% correct on the 'internet', but at least it's something. Multiple people on this thread say it worked for them. Can you just call the corporate people and ask someone at the main Nissan warehouse if this is what we are looking for? " + more convincing
Parts guy: "Fine... I guess"
me: "OK, sorry I inconvenienced you by making you do your job. I thought I was helping by bringing you the part numbers and quantities to make your life easier"
OK, so I didn't actually say that last line. I guess I'm just venting. That parts guy was a real D-bag.
Bottom line: Yes, those part numbers are correct. The 1st picture are the parts i actually received. But FYI, if you just want to install the handles like in the 2nd picture, you just need the "retainer lug floor" (handles). They just snap in to the existing holes on the top side of the bigger divide n hide panel, no riveting necessary. Although, the fitment is not that great. It's a "press-fit" type of fit, and one of them is so loose, it's more like a "clearance-fit" on my Rogue. If you want to install the handles like in the 3rd picture (on the underside of the bigger divide n hide panel), then yes you'll need the "clip" and "bracket" (and riveting).
Hope this story helps the next guy.