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Nissan Rogue
Nissan Rogue
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$22,790 - $29,630
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Car Type: Small sport-utility vehicles
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Nissan Rogue Overview

A welcome 2014 redesign transformed the Rogue from a worthy if dated small SUV to one of the higher-rated choices, although we can't recommend it yet because reliability remains unknown. The new Rogue rides better than most competitors and is fairly quiet and refined. The interior is roomier and better finished, and rear access is aided by doors that open almost ninety degrees. One surprising feature is the optional if small third-row seat that allows seating for seven in a pinch. Power comes from a carried-over 2.5-liter four-cylinder mated to an updated CVT. Our AWD Rogue delivered 24 mpg overall. A rear camera is standard, and available electronic safety gear includes rear cross-traffic alert, and forward-collision, lane-departure, and blind-spot warnings. A 360-degree monitoring system is also optional.

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