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Nissan Rogue (incl. Sport) Owner's Manual


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About The Nissan Rogue (incl. Sport)

Production of the Nissan Rogue started in 2007 and customers got delivery of the first models in 2008.

This car is the best-selling model for Nissan currently thanks to its all-around appeal as a compact crossover SUV.

A high safety rating awarded by the IIHS and the abundance of features included with the Rogue has attracted many buyers over the years.

The 2013 model of the Nissan Rogue gained a new “Select” option for a lower-priced version of the car to attract fleet buyers until the trim was discontinued in 2015.

In 2017 the Rogue gained the option of a hybrid drive-train bringing regenerative braking technology to increase the miles per gallon of the car.

A hybrid version also brings the possibility of under-floor storage for occupants that Nissan has called “Divide-and-Hide” as the floor space is now bulky due to the Lithium batteries.

Recently the car has entered into its third generation of design in 2020 and is built on a completely new platform.

When ordering it you can choose from a range of trim options to adjust the features to your budget, with badges such as:

  • Platinum
  • S
  • S Krom Edition
  • Select S
  • SL
  • SV

This new Rogue platform replaces the transmission with a CVT option only and the only engine choice is the 2.5-liter gasoline.

It is also used on other Nissan and Renault models such as the Nissan Sentra and Renault Espace.

More recent versions of the car also sport a digital infotainment system with a screen in the dashboard and mobile device connectivity for Apple and Android devices.

FAQ's

Q: How do I get a Nissan owners manual?

A: You can find many of the Nissan owner's manuals from the last several decades on this site or from the official manufacturer's website.


Q: Can you fit 3 car seats in a 2020 Nissan Rogue?

A: In the 2020 Nissan Rogue, you can fit 3 child car seats on the second row of seating.


Q: Does the Nissan Rogue have transmission problems?

A: The most common mechanical problem reported by owners of the Rogue appears to be related to the transmission. Years most affected by this issue tend to stretch from 2008 through to 2018 with fewer reports in recent years.


Q: Is the Nissan Rogue the same as the Qashqai?

A: The 2 cars are built on the same platform by Nissan and up until 2017, the Qashqai wasn't on sale in the USA. Now the Qashqai is sold as the Rogue Sport in North America with slight changes for that automobile market.


Q: Can you get a Nissan Rogue hybrid?

A: Since 2017 the Rogue hybrid has been on offer from Nissan. It can capture the lost energy during braking and recycle it again during acceleration to reduce the running costs and extend the range of the tank.