Nissan remakes Rogue, for the better

It’s hard to find much wrong with the 2014 Nissan Rogue.

Nissan addressed so many issues — in a vehicle already selling well enough that buyers apparently weren’t doing much complaining — that the automaker deserves applause.

If you’re in the market for the likes of a Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, Ford Escape, Rogue now should move pretty far up your list. It’s a full re-do: Chassis, body, interior and even the transmission got major overhauls. Engine’s a carryover, though.

Nissan will sell a lower-end version of the previous model as the Rogue Select for buyers especially price sensitive. The redesigned 2014 Rogue is discussed here.


Source – USA Today



Clever design allows nine ways to deploy two panels to separate types of cargo and to choose what to cover.
The standard NissanConnect phone setup can read texts to you and let you voice-control a short reply. A Google search function and integration for your phone’s Pandora music application are other connectivity improvements.

Though the Rogue’s 1.5 inches is wider than before, it still has limited leg room for front seat passengers. The interior, though, reflects a nice use of plastics, soft-feel surfaces and pleasing textures.

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