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By Cars.com Staff
June 23, 2011
The Rogue is a compact crossover that's powered by a four-cylinder engine and is available with front- or all-wheel drive. Competition includes the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. The Rogue seats five people.
New for 2012 All models gain a Sport mode switch, and a new Special Edition Package is available. The value-oriented package includes steering-wheel stereo controls, a backup camera, a USB port, satellite radio and fog lights. Meanwhile, the SL Package gains Nissan's Around View Monitor.
Exterior Last year, the Rogue got a mild face-lift that included a new front grille and front and rear spoilers. It still resembles its larger corporate sibling, the Nissan Murano. Exterior features include:
16-inch steel wheels
Available 17- or 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
Standard power mirrors, optional heated mirrors
Standard chrome door handles
Optional front fog lamps
Optional xenon headlights
Interior There's room for five in the Rogue's cabin. The driver and front passenger sit on bucket seats and face a fairly minimalist dashboard. Dash vents and control knobs are accented with silver-colored surrounds, and the instrument panel is dominated by two large gauges with orange lighting. An available flat-folding front passenger seat allows longer items to be carried inside the crossover, and the second row features a 60/40-split folding bench seat. Interior features include:
Available cloth, two-tone cloth or leather seating
Available automatic climate control
Optional 4.3-inch color display
Optional navigation system
Optional leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter
Optional Bose stereo
Available Bluetooth connectivity
Optional keyless entry and ignition system
Under the Hood The Rogue is available with front- or all-wheel drive. Steering-wheel paddle shifters are available. Mechanical features include:
170-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 175 pounds-feet of torque
Continuously variable automatic transmission
Safety Standard safety features include:
Side-impact and side curtain airbags
Electronic stability and traction control
All-disc antilock brakes
Active front head restraints
Standard smart key that immobilizes the engine in an attempted theft
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