For its ability to offer essential qualities that modern car buyers expect, the small crossover SUV is selling like a hot cake. It was among the best-performing cars for Nissan in 2019. But competition is at an all-time high and the Rogue has decided to keep up with it.
For its space, the Rogue grans you almost 40 cubic feet of luggage space, which translates to about 70 cubic feet when you fold the rear seats down. In terms of spacing, what makes the Rogue really outstanding is its unique dual-floor storage system.
It is an awesome, versatile car that will take quite a good number of folks in the cabin, which is again, roomy and admirably quiet. This makes a great space for long-distance hauling.
The Rogue depends on a four-cylinder engine that makes 170-hp, mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). This is the standard engine. Nissan had introduced a hybrid but was dropped in the 2019 variation.
On the dashboard of each Rogue, the standard infotainment is a 7.0-inch touchscreen. It is dubbed the NissanConnect and has seemingly advanced tools such as the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
There are also a host of physical buttons around the touchscreen, making operation around this area rather easy. However, Nissan can do better with the menus and improve on the stubbornly small labels for easier identification.
By and large, the Nissan Rogue is competing in a class that has able players such as the Toyota Rav 4 and the Mitsubishi Outlander. It has so far proven its abilities, hoping that things continue to get better going forward.
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