After 2500 miles, I'm still enjoying my Rogue.
Finally getting used to the CVT.
It could use a little more power.
It scoots around town just fine.
Passing and entrance ramps are another story.
Maybe with the next re-design, they will address that issue.
If they would just figure out a diesel option for this vehicle, the low end torque would be awesome.
Ride is just ok for a crossover....many times you can tell you're in an entry level vehicle (although it really doesn't LOOK entry level).
I get a lot of complements on it.
But you can usually hear and/or feel small road imperfections.
Gas mileage has been right around 25mpg (combined city/hwy).
Bluetooth system sounds great (both inside the car and to whoever you're talking to).
Xenon headlamps are great.
Backup camera is helpful, but no rear park assist?
Nav is handy, although the map data is out dated.
Ride is decent, fuel economy is good, interior is comfortable.
All around, a really nice package.
Bluetooth interface needs updating, as does the Nav maps....WAY out of date.
There's a back up camera, but no rear park assist...weird to have a camera, but nothing that beeps at you if you get close to something.
No rear seat arm rest...really Nissan?
Come on, that's a cheap thing to add.
Definitely needs to add a larger or panoramic moonroof to keep up with the competition.
This would be a great little crossover to add a diesel engine option to.
Perfect size, and the added torque and fuel economy would be awesome.
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