49 here. 2013 SV AWD. Black Amethyst Metallic. +1 conversion wheel package. Hoping soon to have 10" Kenwood Comp DVC with amp. Want the Krom exhaust and rear valence and a 2" lift for some meaty BF Goodrich off road tires because I work commercial construction and I am constantly replacing stock tires because of screws/nails. I bought it because it was a steal for a clean super low mileage car @ $6000 with 34k miles. I was going to just try to turn it over and make a few bucks but drove it one night when it was snowing pretty bad and only had my 2wd pickup, 4X4 was in the shop for suspension repairs. Once I drove this car in the snow, I decided I am keeping it. I've had a few different 4X4 and AWD vehicles and this one is the most stable and smoothest. I have now driven this car for 3 years and have been on just about every difficult road condition Colorado has to offer and it has been a trooper through all of it. Deep snow, packed snow, ice, freezing rain, heavy rain that causes most people to seek a bridge or car wash bay and pull over, everything that has been thrown at it, it has performed way above my expectations and it gets a lot better fuel mileage than a 4X4 truck. I cant put 4X8 sheets of plywood or drywall in it or haul the work trailer, but that's what the truck IS for. I drive my Rogue every day that I don't absolutely need the truck. I am a bit weary of CVTs in general and particularly these Rogues but i pulled the dipstick and the fluid is still nice and slick and it doesn't smell burnt or anything like that. I've got almost 90k on it now so it could use a service which I will be doing soon as I'm planning on using my vacation time from work to do a few things to the vehicles and around the house. Hopefully I will also have the proper information on how to get my amp working with this Bose system, which by the way is possibly my only complaint with this car. This is NOT the same Bose company that made my 901s!