January 22, 2015
Seattle, Washington is about a four-hour drive from Portland, Oregon. I had just arrived in Portland the day before (Production please link to part 2 of the road trip here) but on day three of my holiday road trip in our long-term 2014 Nissan Rogue I decided to make the four-hour trek and meet my friend Russell for lunch. He had just taken delivery on his new Tesla Model S P85D and that was worth the extra 200 miles on its own, but there was some Thai food thrown in to sweeten the deal, so I couldn't resist.
November 24, 2014
Pretty much every new vehicle these days has a USB/iPod interface either standard or optional. Some of these interfaces are better than others, though. And what you get with the 2014 Nissan Rogue is one of the better ones.
October 23, 2014
June 10, 2014
The above photo is a glimpse into a usual day in the life of an Edmunds editor. That's my afternoon commute. Our 2014 Nissan Rogue displays real-time traffic on its map. Unfortunately, it's always red in my direction.
The irony of our jobs is that we get many cars to drive and test, but we're usually stuck in L.A. traffic.
April 29, 2014
Among the many changes to the redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue is the addition of new safety features. Specifically, our loaded-up Rogue SL comes with 360-degree parking cameras, frontal collision warning, lane departure warning, rear cross-path detection and blind-spot monitoring.
Other popular small crossovers (CR-V, CX-5, Equinox, Escape, Forester and RAV4, for instance) offer some combination of these features but only the Rogue offers all of them. If you want maximized vehicle-based assistance for not crashing into things from your small crossover, the Rogue is at the ready.
April 17, 2014
The bird's eye view parking camera is starting to become mainstream now and for good reason. Of all the parking aids that have been added to modern cars, it's one of the most useful.
There's no doubt that the backup camera is a big help when easing into a space. No more "feeling" around for that bumper behind you.
March 13, 2014
Our 2014 Nissan Rogue is the highest trim level available, known as SL. Standard on the SL (optional otherwise) is a 360-degree parking camera that is pretty rare in this class of vehicle. Rearview cameras are standard on rivals like the 2014 Honda CR-V and Ford Escape, but a 360-degree camera (or Around View Monitor, as Nissan calls it) isn't even on the options list for most competitors.