Head Up Display, Power Panoramic Moonroof, Navigation, Remote Start, Quilted Leather Seats, Quick Comfort Heated Front Seats, Blind Spot Warning, Heated Steering Wheel, Bose Premium Audio System, Intelligent Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist, Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, Wireless Charger, Rear View Monitor, High Beam Assist Headlights, LED Headlights, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, ProPILOT Assist with Navi-link, Front and Side Sonar System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Rear Door Sunshades, Divide-N-Hide Cargo Management System, Intelligent All-Wheel Drive with Terrain Selector, Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) with Paddle shifters, Eco and Sport Modes, Snow and Off-Road Modes, Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, 19″ Alloy Wheels, 1.5-litre DOHC 12-valve Variable Compression Turbo (VC-Turbo) 3-Cylinder Engine Horsepower — 201 HP, Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), Balance of Factory Warranty and only 1,888 KM
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The 2023 Nissan Rogue compact SUV has several outstanding aspects, adding up to a compelling overall package. The 2023 Rogue handles tidily and rides comfortably.
The 2023 Rogue SUV has reclining rear seats that split and fold in a 60/40 fashion. Behind those seats is a luggage area of 36.5 cubic feet (that’s in the Platinum trims, with their Divide-N-Hide cargo system in its lowest position). Fold the rear seats to achieve a maximum cargo area of 74.1 cubic feet. These dimensions are quite good for the class.
Naturally, the nicest interior belongs to the Platinum trim, sporting a digital driver information display, and semi-aniline leather seating surfaces with diamond-patterned stitching.
MOTORTREND REVIEW: A Better Honda Rival in the Compact SUV Segment with its new turbo I-3 engine, the Rogue doesn’t compromise quickness for better economy. The Rogue’s new engine produces a significant 44 lb-ft more torque than the naturally aspirated inline-four it replaces. The 2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum’s power is plentiful and immediate. We’ll even say this compact SUV is downright spirited and we were especially impressed with its continuously variable transmission.
Routine driving is quiet and comfortable. Nissan’s Zero Gravity front seats—adorned here with standard premium-feeling leather and quilted stitching—are pleasant. There’s a fair amount of ingenuity to the space and cubbies in the center console. The latter has a second level beneath the shifter big enough for storing bags, caps, and more. The deep bin at the rear of the console has dual lids hinged at the sides instead of a single lid hinged at the back, so it needs less space to swing open. You can fold the rear seats from the second row or cargo area, and Nissan’s Divide and Hide cargo system is both useful and easy to understand. This all really helps to take full advantage of the trunk.
THE VERDICT: The 2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum is an excellent all-arounder suitable for shoppers in the compact SUV segment. With its new powertrain, the Rogue is more efficient without a quickness penalty, and we appreciate how practical and upscale its two-tone cabin has become.
The Rogue Platinum features a head-up display, a three-zone climate control system, and heated rear seats—all of which the 2023 Honda CR-V doesn’t offer at any trim level. That might be the 2023 Rogue’s best trick yet.
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