2009 Nissan rogue jerks while driving
Worn or broken suspension components, tie rod ends being the top of the list.
Probably needs a good engine tune-up.
hmm I always considered a jerk to be a tug on the steering wheel while driving, hence my answer.
Not to say it isn't the wrong answer...who knows?
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