Why does it seem to be so many used Nissan Rogue for sale?

Asked by Nov 14, 2017 at 01:00 PM about the Nissan Rogue

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am looking for an used SUV bellow, lets say, $10k. My Family wants me to
stick to Japanese cars but Hondas/Tototas in that price range are super old. I
have convinced myself that only Nissan Rogues fit the bill but at the same
time I am curious of why there are sooo many Rogues being sold as used
cars? Is it that people don't like them? I thought Nissan was an OK brand.  I
would say that there are like 3 Rogues/Muranos for every SUV of another
brand-- I know it is a bit exaggerated.

I know an older Honda would probably still be better but I am not the best at
parking and so, I have been looking with cars with back-up cameras. The
rare used Honda SUV that I see within my budget generally dont have a

4 Answers


Nissan is a good brand, but they absolutely flooded the market with inexpensive SUV's there for a while. The Rogue and Murano are good little SUV's and you will have no problem finding one that fits your budget. Be sure to be a tad bit picky though when searching because of the amount of options you have. You should have a bit of haggling power too! Good luck in your search!

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Do not whatever you do buy a Nissan with a CVT transmission!!!! These transmissions are probably the worst ever made. You will regret the day you ever looked at the car!

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@ConnerSpeed6 thanks for the help. @F_O_R You mean CVT in general or just the ones made by Nissan? If so, why? Do they break easily. If I remember correctly, all rogue I have looked at have CVT


I would not buy any CVT car but Nissan's CVT is the worst. Look up Nissan CVT issues. The failure rate has been extremely high.

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