2014 Nissan Rogue: Feature Rich
March 14, 2014
The compact SUV segment is crowded and Nissan is clearly trying to load up the 2014 Rogue with features to elevate it in the rankings. Currently the Nissan Rogue is in 4th place behind the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape and Toyota RAV4.
For me, I'd want an SUV with the latest safety features, all of which are found in the Rogue's $1,990 premium package. Among other things it includes: moving object detection, blind spot warning, lane departure and forward collision warning systems.
In congested areas like Los Angeles, these safety features are also stress reducers for the daily commute. The only thing it doesn't have is adaptive cruise control, yet another fatigue-reducing feature gradually making its way into lower-priced SUVs.
Philip Reed, Senior Consumer Advice Editor @ 1,530 miles