traded the POS for a 2018 rogue sport got a certified pre owned with a 100000 mi warranty on powertrain. So over the recallzilla!!!!!!!!!
Not alot, but they're having problems too. I feel like a lot of Hondas in general have transmission problems regardless if they're traditional autos or CVTs.[ninja]besides nissan, Honda sure uses a lot of cvt's
I own 2, my wife's 14 Titanium that now has 137000 miles (78000 miles on revised DCT clutch and 0 issues) and my 17 SEL with 57000 miles and 0 issues from the day I bought it new. What did my wife trade in on the 14 Titanium when we bought it new? A '12 Rogue. When the DCT overheats it stops moving. Usually it will do that when you turn onto a main road. That car nearly got us killed twice and Nissan North America had it for 4 1/2 months because the transmission cooler it needed was on back order in Japan and it was deemed unsafe to drive. Nissan came to the conclusion that all of their CVT cars needed the cooler, they were normally only on the AWD cars at the time.Out of the fry pan and into the Fire , I just bought my Wife a new DCT , to good a deal to pass up
I feel this on many levels. Interested on what you did, and if you still got the hatch. How's it holding up?I think about getting rid of my DCT Focus a lot but I actually still like the Focus Hatch so idk what I want to do longterm. I’ve thought about an ST, RS & Escape but I’m just not sure.
Nissan has one of the worst cvt's out there......So the OP went from a dct equipped foci to a Nissan cvt.....Some just take longer to learn.Hopefully Nissan improved their CVT, but I hated the rental Altima I had a few years ago. It felt like a boat when accelerating. It hit the gas and hear the engine make noise, and the CVT would lazily get the car moving.