2014 Nissan Rogue

Up to 25 MPG city / 32 MPG hwy
$22,490 - $29,420

For 2013, the Nissan Rogue continues to offer a high level of functionality in the compact crossover segment. Rogue offers a generous 57.9 cubic feet of cargo space (with 2nd row folded down), and numerous storage solutions such as an oversized glove box, a large center console with a washable, removable storage tray, numerous cup holders and cell phone and sunglass holder. Rogue offers desirable in-car technologies such as a the unique Around View(R) Monitor feature which utilizes four small superwide-angle cameras mounted on the front, side and rear of the vehicle to provide a virtual 360? view of objects around the vehicle, helping to maneuver it in tight spots. Rogue is powered by a smooth 170 horsepower, 2.5-liter 4-cylinder tuned to offer improved torque response through an Xtronic CVT(TM) that offers an optimal shift pattern and "Sport Mode" switch that enhances transmission reflexes. Rogue AWD models feature an advanced, intuitive All-Wheel Drive system that helps provide excellent all-weather performance and traction. Every Rogue also features standard Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with Traction Control System (TCS) and 2-wheel or 4-wheel limited slip (ABLS). Front-wheel-drive Rogue models are EPA-rated at 23 mpg City/28 mpg Highway and all-wheel-drive models offer 22 mpg City/27mpg Highway. See more... See Less

6 Available Trims
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  • 170

    HP

    26city

    33hwy

    $

    22,490

    MSRP

  • 170

    HP

    25city

    32hwy

    $

    23,840

    MSRP

  • 170

    HP

    26city

    33hwy

    $

    24,230

    MSRP

  • 170

    HP

    25city

    32hwy

    $

    25,580

    MSRP

  • 170

    HP

    26city

    33hwy

    $

    28,070

    MSRP

  • 170

    HP

    25city

    32hwy

    $

    29,420

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Acceleration - good pickup & drives smoothly Poor visibility through rear window
Drive - easy to drive & maneuver Wind pushes car, even in slightest wind
The comfort of the whole seating arrangement. Not the most comfortable seats - lumbar support needed
Satellite radio - channels not available on commercial radio Rear trunk latch makes opening difficult
Amount of features for money Interior noise - can hear the road too much
Ease of driving and handling Don't like console between front seats: too big & bulky
Navigation system & hands free phone are terrific! Gas mileage could be better
Comfortable ride, sense of security & safety. Tuscon had so much more standard, for less money & better warranty
The overall look of vehicle Rear seat access causes head to bump due to low design.
Back - up camera: excellent- it made my decision Noisy cvt. bring back the 6-speed automatic transmission.