Yes, to both questions. There is a depression where they should be, but they aren't there.Koushtj wrote:By handles do you mean the 2 plastic handle looking things that clip on top of the bigger divide and hide? If yes those are actually to stop items from sliding towards your rear glass when you have it set in the top position. Have you looked under the bigger section? That's where they clip in if you don't need them.
Hmmm.... I feel like maybe I should call Nissan Corporate, because my dealership isn't doing anything for me! (If I could just get handles, that would be ok with me. I'll store them somewhere! Just give me handles!) And that has got to be about the stupidest thing. Why would you discontinue the handles, like you said, how would you keep things from falling off? I feel like not having handles defeats the whole point of the Divide 'n hide shelf. And if you're going to discontinue the handles, why still have holes and the depressions on the bottom? It makes me feel better though that it's not just mine...andygold wrote:My 2015 did not have the handles nor the mounts either. But it did have the two square holes where handles would attach (on the top of the panel), if i did have handles. The dealer was clueless. He told me he checked all the 2015s on the lot and none had them. He ended up giving me a set of handles from a 2014, but when not in use, i have no place to store them. There are 2 depressions on the bottom of the forward-most panel, but no mounting brackets installed.
While writing this, i was on hold with nissan corporate in Tennessee. The rep i spoke with informed me that the handles were discontinued for 2015. I asked her how I'm supposed to keep things from rolling into the rear glass, and she did not know. She gave me a case number and said she'd get back to me tomorrow after the question goes to a tech. I'll report back what i hear.
I also asked about the AWD light on the dash. From what i understand, the light is constantly ON, on the 2014 models. On my 2015, it's constantly OFF. The rep said she'd send that question into the techs too (my dealer expected it to be on too, but his experience is on last year's model.) So I'm not sure if that changed between last year's and this year's model. (Or maybe they left out my AWD harness, like I've read about that's happened to some on this forum)
I think you are thinking about different "handles", as the handles we are talking about are NOT in your picture. Yes, there are handles molded into the panels to pick them up, but we are referring to handles that are attachable to and removable from the larger of the two panels. Look at the picture above with the almond interior. There are 2 almond colored, pieces attached to the bottom surface of the forward panel. These detach from their holders, and can then be snapped into the square holes on the top surface of the same panel. When inserted properly, they are designed to stop items from sliding/rolling off the trailing edge of the panel When installed it its uppermost position.IMrGoodBarI wrote:I just purchased a 2015 Rogue and mine has the AWD light off all the time unless I press the "AWD Lock" button. The Hide and Go has the handles. I have attached a picture for reference.
That was my logic, but the dealership that helped me with all of this wasn't the one I bought it from. (That one's an hour and a half away!) It sounded like, to Nissan, it is identical because both have the "Divide-n-Hide" system for 2-row Rogues. It doesn't go down to each and every part. (Like I said, wasn't the dealership I bought it from so I didn't bother asking!)Maximus099 wrote:You should ask the manager what rebate did they give you since you're part of the 50% with no handles. They cannot charge the same price if the vehicule isn't identical.
I was not aware that U.S were receiving Rogues from Korea can you post the first three alpha numeric of your VIN number to verify if that is correct, just for curiosity. The ones assembled in U.S like mine is 5N1 if you have something different it is definitely not from US, and could be the reason why the handles are not available.khulk wrote:Ok! By the suggestion of NIssan Consumer Affairs, I went and talked to my closest Nissan to see if they could order some handles for me.
7) Also, he said the new Rogues are built in either USA or Korea. Mine came from Korea, so he's thinking that might be what determines if a Rogue has handles, but that's just a guess.
Hopefully that helps!
'ivan_2001ve wrote:khulk wrote: I was not aware that U.S were receiving Rogues from Korea can you post the first three alpha numeric of your VIN number to verify if that is correct, just for curiosity. The ones assembled in U.S like mine is 5N1 if you have something different it is definitely not from US, and could be the reason why the handles are not available.
1N4 USA Produce Nissan Car
1N6 USA Produce Nissan Truck
5N1 USA Produce Nissan Multi-Purpose
3N1 Mexico Produce Nissan Car
JN1 Japan Produce Nissan Car
JN3 Japan Produce Nissan Convertible
JN6 Japan Produce Nissan Van
JN8 Japan Produce Nissan Multi-Purpose Vehicle
Yeah, that's kind of the decision I came to. At first I was annoyed, but then I thought, "How many times in the past month and a half I've had my Rogue would I have used those if I had them??"Koushtj wrote:Honestly it sucks that it didn't come with the car but I don't see how often you'll need them. I've had the car for a couple of months now and haven't really used them. Probably not worth the headache.
Mine did. It was in the glove box along with my front license plate mount.ivan_2001ve wrote:Did not want to create another topic but since we're speaking of missing things.
Have you guys checked, if your cars came with the towing hook (the thing that you screw in the front bumper) i dont know the technical name of it.
Slightly off-topic but do you know why Nissan chose to eliminate auto-leveling headlights on the SL premium package?Rogue One wrote:There's nothing from Nissan saying they've been discontinued. Here's the official changes:
2015 Nissan Rogue, What's New:
Models and Options
SL Premium Package revised
Auto-leveling headlights are no longer available (after Dec. 2014 production).
New Feature: Eco mode added to Xtronic CVT®
Eco mode optimizes transmission ratio changes and throttle sensitivity settings to encourage greater fuel efficiency.
Revised color choices
Arctic Blue Metallic (RBG) replaces Graphite Blue (RAQ).
Glacier White (QAK) replaces Moonlight White (QAA) on S and SV.
Pearl White (QAB) is a new extra-cost color.
Saharan Sun (EAP) is no longer available (after Nov. 2014 production).
Quick Comfort™ Seat Heater availability revised
Heated front seats are now available on SV as part of the SV Premium Package.
Comfort and Convenience
NissanConnect℠ with Mobile Apps is now standard on all trim levels (starting Jan. 2015 production).