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fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
16,450 miles

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2013 Nissan Rogue Owner Comments

problem #6

Jan 062016


  • 28,000 miles


The windshield spontaneously cracked about 18 inches from the passenger side toward the rear view mirror with nothing hitting the windshield. Apparently it is a stress fracture in the glass that has been widely reported and should be claimed as a defect. The vehicle was parked when the crack occurred.

- San Diego, CA, USA

problem #5

Aug 182014

Rogue 4-cyl

  • 29,000 miles
Windshield cracked passenger side without an outside object coming in contact with the vechicle.

- Philadelphia, PA, USA

problem #4

Jul 232013

Rogue 4-cyl

  • 28,000 miles
Windshield cracked with out being hit by an object out side of the vehicle.

- Philadelphia, PA, USA

problem #3

Apr 242014

Rogue 4-cyl

  • 500 miles


This is not an incident report, but rather a general inquiry as to whether or not there have been an unusually large number of cracked windshields reported by other Nissan owners or repairmen. The new Nissan I purchased appears to have a windshield design that lends itself to stress cracks easily! this vehicle is not yet 7 months old and yet the windshield will have to be replaced because it has cracks that radiated outward from tiny pecks that apparently were caused by pebbles flung from the road surface. This is the first time I have owned a vehicle that cannot sustain a "bulls eye" or "star crack" and the crack is contained until I can get it to a windshield place to have the dent filled. Could this be because Nissan has lowered the stress factor or something on the production of this safety glass" is the windshield under a lot of stress because of the curvature or design on this model? will this lead to catastrophic failure?"

- Vicksburg, MS, USA

problem #2

Mar 012014

Rogue 4-cyl

  • 7,000 miles
The contact owns a 2013 Nissan Rogue. The contact stated that the third row rear window design was defective. The window was too high and created a blind spot for the contact. The contact was unable to see pedestrians or vehicles while attempting to change lanes. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 7,000 and the current mileage 92,000. Updated 06/30/14 MA the consumer stated shape of the vehicle made it impossible to see a car in the blind spot and the back window and the portals in the side cargo area are positioned too high. Updated 07/2/2014

- Madison , CT, USA

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problem #1

Jan 062014

Rogue 4-cyl

  • 6,200 miles
While driving in temperatures under 40 degrees the interior windows fog within minutes of being in the car when the heat is on. Turning on defrost and opening the windows does not help. I've had to pull over numerous times to prevent a car accident because the visibility is so bad. The problem seems to be worse at night, but does happen during the day too. When the windows appear to be clear and the car is left outside for at least 30 minutes, whatever moisture is left in the car freezes to the inside of all the windows creating a layer of ice. It has taken well over 30 minutes and even close to an hour to get it to clear enough to be able to safely drive. But once you begin driving again the fog almost immediately returns. There has also been unexplainable moisture in the carpets as well as in the spare tire compartment. During a 3 hour car trip there was a layer of ice on all the windows that never cleared the entire time, despite the car being warm, defrost on, and it being sunny weather. The car has been in six times to two different dealerships and no one can seem to figure out what is wrong.

- Yorkville, IL, USA

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