Power Panoramic Moonroof, Navigation, Remote Engine Start System, Leather Seats, Quick Comfort® Heated Front Seats, Blind Spot Warning, Heated Steering Wheel, Bose® Premium Audio System with nine speakers including two subwoofers, Intelligent Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Around View® Monitor, High Beam Assist headlights, LED Headlights, Intelligent Cruise Control, Auto-dimming Rearview Mirror with HomeLink® and Compass, Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, 19″ Alloy Wheels, 2.5-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine, Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) with Sport Mode Shifter & Eco Mode, Balance of Factory Warranty and only 61,370 kms
For small families and road-tripping adventurers who appreciate a stylish interior and straightforward capability, the 5-passenger Rogue is ready.
On the point of size, the Rogue surprised me. The term “compact” covers a wide swath of shapes and sizes, and this car definitely falls on the larger side of that spectrum. It feels beefy and muscular compared to others in its segment. Being a city-dweller I typically like my vehicles on the smaller side, which is why it’s important to note that I was still very happy with the Rogue’s performance in getting around through tight spaces and parking spots.
It also has a very comfortable and composed ride, comfortable seats (in the SL Platinum’s leather upholstery), sound ergonomics, and a very nicely laid out instrument cluster that’s easy to glean information from quickly.
Another area where the Rogue is far and away the winner is in the cleverness of its storage space. Nissan’s Divide-N-Hide cargo system allows for configurations that can include a shelf, lowered floor, or under-floor storage compartment. Plus, the armrest in the back seat drops to create a natural pass-through for long items such as skis. This is the kind of stuff you catch yourself getting really excited about and then suddenly you realize it means you’re officially an adult.
The Rogue’s already stylish interior — attractively illuminated instrumentation, quality materials and soft-touch surfaces — is now accented by a thick, fully-adjustable flat-bottom steering wheel and new trim on the dash and door inserts. Its NASA-inspired “Zero Gravity” front seats are supportive and comfortable. Legroom and headroom are good, with an EZ-Flex 40/20/40-split 2nd-row bench seat that tilts and slides fore and aft.
The 2017 Rogue has a giant trunk for a compact SUV, is good on gas, and the cabin is filled with upscale trim.
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