After 3000 miles with a new Rogue 2016 I can tell the car itself it is not so bad. But dealer attitude overall supported by NIssan, is making it a bad choice. Mechanical problems mentioned are not dramatic if treated by an honest, professional organization.AmetSound wrote:No, not a hope in hell. This is the first non-North American car I have bought, it will be my last. I have a 2016 Rogue SV AWD. Excessive road noise in passenger compartment. Total lack of insulation and sound suppression by design to reduce costs. Vibration from transmission at low speed and gradual acceleration . Dealer claims this is a design characteristic in order to get the vehicle into a higher gear ratio quicker to improve fuel mileage. But the large issue is the upper strut bearings, They required replacement after less than 5000 km. Second set lasted 5 days. It has been one month and still waiting for allegedly redesigned parts. This was an issue in 2014 and 2015, why is there still a problem?? The dealership service department has been great, NIssan Canada, not so great.
What models and model years have you owned?philipp55 wrote:Absolutely!
I am now on my 14th Nissan (If you count my Datsun PU as a Nissan) and cannot find anything else for the price with the same reliability / overall satisfaction.
I totally agree with you 100%. Nissan need's to step up their A game and make cars that are better than Toyota and also not screwing up in any department (the Rogue, the Juke, and the new Kicks are great examples of how much they screwed up in a certain department).
Agree , I think Toyota is a better car. But they don't lease well. Only reason why I got the Rogue over the Rav4datechboss101 wrote: ↑Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:00 pmI totally agree with you 100%. Nissan need's to step up their A game and make cars that are better than Toyota and also not screwing up in any department (the Rogue, the Juke, and the new Kicks are great examples of how much they screwed up in a certain department).