There isn't much I don't love about this car. I've had it for 8 months now and I have the SV/SL "everything" package. The leather is nice, my friend says the seats are more comfortable than in her CR-V. I'm slightly disappointed with the gas mileage, but I have a lead foot (20/22 city with AC in Texas heat, 28 tops highway). I went from a 2000 Cavalier, so I really love sitting up higher, and the sunroof and back-up cam are must haves.
It is very quiet, and it doesn't feel too large unlike some others in the category. Accessories feel high-quality, not cheap.
Touch screen Radio/Nav. That was biggest selling point over others that were a scroll system.
Sunroof, XM, Heated seats (yes, even in Texas)
Push Button start. I have keyless start/entry, but if that key ever dies there is no place to charge unlike the Altimas or other models which have a charging port. They say the battery lasts forever but I don't want to have to buy another $150+ key or take it apart every time I want to start it in the event it does die.
Yes, the seats are much more comfortable than the Honda CRV.
I traded in a 2009 CRV for the Rogue SV w/Premium Pkg - and the ride is much more comfortable.
The seats have more cushioning.
The CRV's seats are stiff, and make long rides very uncomfortable.
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