Nissan Rogue Transmission is a CVT Transmission Type

The Nissan Rogue transmission is a CVT transmission, and it differs from the more common planetary gear type. This type of transmission, which comes in the Nissan Rogue as well as many other cars and SUVs, uses 2 dynamically adjustable pulleys which are coupled via a special drive belt comprised of many steel links. You can also find the CVT transmission in the Nissan Altima and the Nissan Murano. These vehicles are all notorious for failure at relatively low mileage. Some Nissan Maxima models also have a CVT transmission.

Nissan Rogue Remanufactured Transmission

Nissan Rogue transmission problems include failure of the stepper motor, often necessitating a remanufactured transmission or a rebuilt transmission. In the past, Nissan did not make internal transmission parts available, thus producing a rebuilt CVT or a remanufactured CVT was problematic. For a while, some companies sold transmissions as remanufactured, but those units did not typically last very long because crucial parts were not available. Because of this issue, we choose to install only new Nissan Rogue transmissions as opposed to a Rogue remanufactured transmission.

Prices and Cost of a New Remanufactured Nissan Rogue Transmission

The total cost to replace a Nissan Rogue transmission is $3467; this price includes the remanufactured transmission, labor, fluid, programming, and taxes. These transmissions are bought directly from Nissan, and the warranty covers all parts and labor. The price of your Nissan Rogue transmission also includes the assurance that all clamps, bolts, brackets, nuts, hoses, and wire ties will be properly installed on your Rogue, just like factory new. The Nissan Rogue price and cost includes the guarantee that there will be no leaks, noises, or vibrations along with a properly functioning Rogue transmission.