nope i left it as is at 32 i believe i have it set at.Rogue One wrote:Hurricane, earthquake, and now snow. Are we trying to one-up the ten plagues?
Question, when you were 4 wheelin' on the beach sand, did you have to reduce tire pressure?
agreed 100%Black B15 wrote:I have to say, I think the biggest problem with driving in snow typically lies with the driver. Understanding your vehicle, how it sounds, how it handles,
if someone didnt clean the driveway, and drove on it - when the snow as just starting to come down, and created black-ice under the snow = a Ford F350 4x4 wouldn't be able to make it up a steep driveway like that. im sucked that rogue made it up that far.JMed wrote:For the big storm on December 29th, I went to Rhode Island with my girl on her 2012 Rogue... The next day the Rogue tires were like 60% buried in the snow, and I drove over the snow like nothing was there. I didn't even need to use the AWD Lock
Just a note, the snow wasn't frozen at all yet so I have no clue how easy it would be under those circumstances
Edited: I just saw this video...
very cool post. thank you for that. i feel the same way. My rogue does great in NJ, USA winter/snow. glad to see it doing great in 10x's worse weather than i get here in NJrickrogue wrote:i live in winnipeg canada, we have most brutal winter with -40+ celsius temp and tonnes of snow. I never have a problem driving with my rogue w/ all season tires, nissan did great on their AWD system, ABS and VDC but the most important thing to me is the Transmission/CVT with O/D and the low end is awesome, I could slow down with in seconds without hitting my brakes to properly stop without skidding.
Wait a minute! You did a write up on your dash cam with a (boring ) video, and when the time comes for some great footage, the camera was MIA???ImStricken wrote:(repost from STORM NEMO)
just found a parking lot that had roughly 9inches of snow. the little kid in me couldnt help it.... i drove in LOL MS.ImStricken distracted me with some "curb!!" shriek and i slowed down. the rogue was stuck. i switched the VDC off, and actuated the AWD LOCK function. gently tested the throttle... no go. it just spun its tires. So i gave it some gas(about 75% throttle to the floor) and tires started spinning and digging- and guess what..... THE ROGUE GOT OUT, WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS!!!
as i exited the parking lot i looked back and saw the whole underside of the car slid across the snow. the snow was taller than the ground clearance of the car, and yet the rogue still got out. WOW were me and the Ms impressed total lapsed time: 30seconds.
after leaving i wished asked Ms. ImStricken to film it, but it was to late
(PS:there was no curb, she just shrieked "CURB" as an advice, in advance. no sexy-time for her today lololol/jk)
lol wouldn't have been much of a video anyway. the shot needed to be filmed from the side/exterior.Rogue One wrote:Wait a minute! You did a write up on your dash cam with a (boring ) video, and when the time comes for some great footage, the camera was MIA???
question: did you tamper with any of the VDC/ESP or AWD LOCK buttons?JMed wrote:More snow ! ! ! Oh God
My Rogue was a no go with over 10 inches of snow. It moved but then it did a 45 degree angle, I guess it did not help that the driveway is a little steep... After I shovel a path to get out, I had no problems whatsoever no the roads.