2014-2016 Rogue Owners Claim Their CVTs Shake and Shudder in New Lawsuit

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The only continuous thing about Nissan's continuously variable transmissions (CVT) these days are the lawsuits saying they're absolute junk. The latest to join the fray comes from 2014-2016 Rogue owners that are tired of all the jerking, lurching, and shaking that make acceleration feel like they're riding a bucking bronco.

Looking For a Settlement

  • The plaintiffs are likely hoping for similar settlements to the ones 2013-2016 Altima and some Sentra, Versa, and Versa Note owners have recently received.
  • In those settlements, owners were offered a 24-month / 24,000 mile warranty extension plus reimbursements up to $5,000 for any related transmission repairs.
  • The lawsuit, Stringer, et al., v. Nissan of North America, Inc., et al., was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.
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  1. 2nd Generation Rogue

    Years
    2014–2020
    Reliability
    46th of 54
    PainRank
    22.56
    Complaints
    431
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