Remote Start, Heated Front Seats, Panoramic Moonroof, Rearview Monitor, Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity, AM/FM/CD Audio System with 5-Inch Color Display, USB & Auxiliary Inputs, Dual-Zone Climate Control, Push-Button Ignition, 6-Way Power Driver’s Seat, Six Speakers, Rear Privacy Glass and Roof Rails, 2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder Engine, Xtronic (CVT), 17” Alloy Wheels, All-Wheel-Drive and 125,000 kms
The Rogue is considered a compact SUV, but its fluidic design and slightly longer dimensions than rivals like the CR-V and RAV4 give it a more substantial look and feel. Strong fuel economy, affordable pricing and cool features such as Nissan’s rearview camera system are also appealing.
The Rogue has upscale looks and feel, but its driving manners are more reserved. This is due in large part to this Nissan SUV’s main ingredient, a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. Nissan’s compact utility vehicle is among the most fuel-efficient thanks to its standard Xtronic CVT transmission. Such transmissions take getting used to since they don’t have traditional gear changes, but the Rogue does an admirable job mimicking them. In other facets, this crossover SUV’s motion is well controlled, its electric-assist power steering offers good feedback, and ride quality is supple.
Favorite Feature – DIVIDE ’N HIDE CARGO SYSTEM:
Securing odds and ends, including groceries, is always a challenge, and the Rogue’s storage option answers the challenge with an ingenious system that can be configured to accommodate all sorts of small-to-medium cargo. The system provides 18 possible variations.
The 2015 Rogue’s cabin is typically Nissan, with attractively illuminated instrumentation, quality materials, soft-touch surfaces and several infotainment and connectivity features. The front seats are supportive and comfortable. Front-seat legroom and headroom are good even for tall drivers.
With the new suit it slipped on last year, the 2nd-generation Nissan Rogue has a more eye-catching, sophisticated design than its predecessor (which is still available for sale as the less-expensive Rogue Select). The new Rogue stands out with bright metal trim surrounding the side windows, a distinctive V-shaped grille carrying the floating Nissan badge, and even premium-look taillights. Aerodynamics has also improved over the previous model, which contributes to better fuel economy.
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