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not dissapointed/ but not very quiet
By paul1944 on
Vehicle2014 Nissan Rogue SL 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)
ReviewTraded 2010 Tucson Limited, what an upgrade!
RAV 4 too much black plastic on ext. Weird door panel design on interior and felt smaller. Ford Escape looks like a Tucson and Ford Touch not easy to use, I have it in my Mustang. Mazda C5 just too small, lacks refinement. Rogue just has a very classy look and it seems larger.
Rogues Lexus like interior
really well done, tasteful and comfortable. Most Knobs & dials within easy reach. Apps,sound system, blue tooth, touch screen very easy operation. Raised rear seats
nice touch, rear passengers can see where we are headed.
I rated reliability avg. because it is new. Fun to drive? Not a sports car, but a refined, comfy ride. One recall for fuel pump. Electronics can be frustrating, radio gliches come and go. Wasted space on screen when stations are viewed.
Since we have owned the vehicle the only real disappointment, it is not a quiet vehicle. When cruising at highway speeds the cabin is noisy. A lot of wind noise and road noise. Pick up trucks are quieter, this is a fact from experience. This Rogue needs sound proofing!
If you are planning to purchase, a road test is a must if you desire a quiet interior.
Two other negatives are, one- the doors do not unlock when you put the car in park, such as to leave someone out and second- there is no warning chime that your seat belt is not attached. I have contacted my dealer and he stated this is normal for Nissan.
all in all pleased with the vehicle, love the seats, no problems to date,decent mileage, can hit 31 on a trip, nice styling and comfortable.
- Outward visibility
- Rain snow traction
- Parking aids
- Dealership support
- Purchase cost
- Fuel economy
- Maintenance cost
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