The Nissan Rogue was introduced in the 2008 model year as a foil to popular competitors like the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. Unlike its predecessor, the burly X-Trail SUV, the Rogue plants its flag squarely in the car-based crossover camp. There have now been two iterations of the Rogue, as the model went under the designer’s knife for 2014.
Thanks to the trove of data available on NHTSA’s website, we have compiled a list of recalls for this model. Data from the organization is available for all model years of the Nissan Rogue. Here is all the available information on Nissan Rogue recalls, taken from the NHTSA website.
Note that recalls include both FWD and AWD Rogues and the Rogue Hybrid unless otherwise noted.
1.) Steering Gear Housing (issued October 2009). Models affected: 2008, 2009. Campaign #09V411000
– A screw in the steering gear housing cover may loosen over time and could fall out. As it loosens, the steering response of the vehicle may be compromised.
2.) Portable Automotive GPS Overheats (issued September 2010). Models affected: 2009. Campaign #10V401000
3.) Electric Power Steering Assist Control Unit (issued November 2011). Models affected: 2011. Campaign #11V565000
4.) Tire Pressure Monitoring System (issued February 2012). Models affected: 2012. Campaign #12V068000
5.) Electrical Short Due to Water Seepage (issued January 2015). Models affected: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. Campaign #15V032000
– The affected vehicles may experience an electrical short in the harness connector due to a mixture of snow/water and salt seeping through the carpet on the driver side floor near the harness connector.
6.) Doors May Not Fully Latch (issued July 2015). Models affected: 2015. Campaign #15V453000
– The driver side front and rear doors may not fully latch. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.
7.) Shift Selector may Move from Park (issued November 2015). Models affected: 2015. Campaign #15V775000
– Due to a problem with the shift selector knob, it may be possible to shift out of the “Park” position without depressing the brake pedal.
8.) Improper Plating on Fuel Pump may Result in Stall (issued March 2016). Models affected: 2014. Campaign #16V149000 & #15V197000
– Improper nickel plating of components within the fuel pump may result in the fuel pump failing.
9.) Passenger Air Bag may not Deploy due to OCS Error (issued April 2016). Models affected: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017. Campaign #16V244000
– The front seat passenger Occupant Classification System (OCS) may incorrectly classify an adult passenger as a child or classify the seat as empty despite it being occupied. As a result, the passenger frontal air bag may be turned off and not deploy in the event of a crash.
10.) Rear Lift Gate May Fall if Lift Gate Stays Corroded (issued April 2016). Models affected: 2014, 2015, 2016. Campaign #16V219000
11.) Airbag May Not Deploy Due to Software Issue (issued December 2016). Models affected: 2015, 2016. Campaign #16V911000
– An incorrect Occupant Classification System (OCS) Electronic Control Unit (ECU) may have been installed in the front passenger seat. The incorrect ECU and seat combination may misclassify the front passenger seat occupant, causing the airbag not to deploy.
12.) Insufficient Seat Frame Weld (issued October 2017). Models affected: 2016, 2017. Campaign #17V663000
– The insufficient welds can increase the risk of injury to the occupants in the event of a crash.
13.) Front Passenger Seat Welds (issued November 2017). Models affected: 2016. Campaign #17V716000
– In the event of a crash, the improperly welded seat back frames may increase the risk of injury.
You may click here to find out if your specific Nissan Rogue was affected by any recalls. The page at that link also offers detailed information about the recalls listed above.