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Replacement Nissan Rogue Transmissions for Sale

Every time I go out , It never ceases to amaze me at how many new cars are on the road. Sometimes I think I’m in a new car dealership parking lot at the mall. I make it a point to take care of my vehicles and keep them, if any one of my vehicles needed a replacement transmission, that’s a no brainier for me.

I would fix the car. I don’t care if it’s a newer vehicle like the Nissan Rogue or my ’95 Buick Roadmaster, why would anyone choose a new car over a replacement transmission? I always wondered why, because the people who have a knee jerk reaction and buy a new car, generally don’t feel as fulfilled as the folks who put enough thought into it and come to the conclusion that a rebuilt transmission for a Nissan Rogue, or any car is a lot less expensive than a new car.

The Rogue uses a CVT transmission, which is an acronym for constant velocity transmission. It differs from conventional automatic transmissions entirely.

According to reports, the Rogue’s CVT offers better fuel economy, the combination of a CVT and a modern inline-4 cylinder engine offers excellent manners in traffic and plenty of power on the highway. As you accelerate the subtle difference between a conventional automatic and CVT is hardly noticeable as infinite gear ratio variations provide seamless shifts.

Replacement Nissan Rogue CVT transmissions for sale at GotTransmissions.com have been tested and certified to work right the first time. Call 866-320-1182 for detailed information right now.

Though there are several types of CVTs, most cars use a pair of variable-diameter pulleys, each shaped like a pair of opposing cones, with a metal belt or chain running between them. One pulley is connected to the engine (input shaft), the other to the drive wheels (output shaft). The halves of each pulley are moveable; as the pulley halves come closer together the belt is forced to ride higher on the pulley, effectively making the pulley’s diameter larger. Changing the diameter of the pulleys varies the transmission’s ratio (the number of times the output shaft revolves for each revolution of the engine), in the same way that a 10-speed bike routes the chain over larger or smaller gears to change the ratio. Making the input pulley smaller and the output pulley larger gives a low ratio (a large number of engine revolutions producing a small number of output revolutions) for better low-speed acceleration. As the car accelerates, the pulleys vary their diameter to lower the engine speed as car speed rises. This is the same thing a conventional automatic or manual transmission does, but while a conventional transmission changes the ratio in stages by shifting gears, the CVT continuously varies the ratio — hence its name. cited: http://cars.about.com

I don’t usually cite other sources, but the above description is perfect. CVT’s are not well know of, yet.

It’s well worth your while to call and speak with a qualified professional who has the time to listen to your problems and help you decide which transmission suits your best interests. Call GotTransmissions.com right now, you won’t believe how excellent our customer service is. 866-320-1182.

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