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Nissan Rogue
Nissan Rogue
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Nissan Rogue Overview

The redesigned Rogue is much more substantial and easier to live with than its dowdy predecessor, which is still for sale as the Rogue Select. It even has an optional small third-row seat. Power comes from the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder and an updated CVT. It mimics a conventional automatic to stifle the engine moan associated with CVTs. A suite of available electronic safety gear includes cross-traffic alert, forward-collision, and lane-departure warning and blind-spot monitoring. The rear camera gives an extra-wide view. The interior is much more substantial now and rear access is aided by doors that open almost ninety degrees. The ability to slide the rear seat fore aft is useful as well.

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