The 2014 rogue rides very smooth and I personally find it fun to drive.
The car comes with a lot of amenities such as signals on the mirrors, push button start and access, single action fold down seats, LED daytime running lights, etc.
The SV trim also comes standard with dual auto climate control and color radio screen.
I got the premium package which has a nav system that works well enough.
The interface can be a little quirky, however.
The interior of the car has a very upscale feel to it especially considering the price point.
It feels like you are in a much nicer car.
I have not had the car long enough to really give an accurate review on reliability or gas mileage.
LED DRLs gives the car an upscale look and presence on the road.
Interior is very well thought out with lots of soft touch material.
Super comfortable seats.
Way more color options than competing cars such as the Forester.
You can get a lot of features without being forced into a leather trim version.
3rd row optional and it can even fit small adults (although not very comfortably).
Incredibly smooth ride thanks to the electronic ride tech.
Handling is very tight and accurate.
Sport mode makes the car even more fun to drive, although it will kill your fuel economy.
AWD system seems to work well enough as long as you are not offroading.
The heater does not put out much heat when it's cold out, even if you have it set to recirculate the air.
NAV system has quirky interface, and randomly stops reading my USB drive.
Warning chimes for blind spot / lane drift / speeding are extremely quiet and hard to hear over music at any volume.
Climate control system is a bit louder than competing cars.
If you get the panoramic moonroof (which does look awesome), headroom for 2nd row can be an issue for taller passengers unless they lean the seats back.
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