How To Put A Nissan Rogue In Neutral

Are you looking to unlock the secrets of putting your Nissan Rogue in neutral?
In this handy guide, we’ll show you the simple steps to smoothly transition your vehicle into neutral gear. Whether you’re facing a specific driving situation or just curious about the process, understanding how to put a Nissan Rogue in neutral can be useful knowledge for any driver.
Stay tuned as we walk you through the steps to effortlessly achieve neutral gear in your Nissan Rogue.
  • Make sure the vehicle is completely stopped and the engine is running.


  • For most Nissan Rogue models with CVT, you can put the vehicle in neutral by locating the small gear selector button near the gear shift lever. Press and hold this button while moving the gear shift lever to the neutral position (marked ‘’N).


  • Another way to put your CVT-equipped Nissan Rogue into neutral is to hold down the brake pedal and press the engine start/stop button twice without pressing the brake pedal during the second press. This will put the vehicle in ‘’Accessory’’ mode, and you can then shift the gear lever to neutral.


  • In some cases, especially older Nissan Rogue models with automatic transmission, you will need to follow a similar process as described in the previous for putting the vehicle in neutral.

How To Put A 2021 Nissan Rogue In Neutral

To put a 2021 Nissan Rogue in neutral, follow these steps.

  • Start by making sure your vehicle is completely stopped, whether you are parked or at a standstill.


  • Press the brake pedal with your foot to stop the vehicle properly.


  • With your foot still on the brake pedal, shift the gear lever into the ‘’D’’ (Drive) position.


  • Pull the gear lever downward from ‘’D’’ into the ‘’N’’ (Neutral) position. You may need to press a button on the gear lever or apply additional force to move it into Neutral.


  • Release the brake pedal slowly and make sure the vehicle does not roll forward or backwards.


Your 2021 Nissan Rogue should now be in neutral and free to be pushed or towed if needed. Also, remember to always consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual for specific instruction and tips on shifting gears and operating your vehicle correctly.



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