The 2014 Nissan Rogue marks the debut of the second generation of this compact crossover that seats five (or seven with an optional third row). Based on a car platform, the 2014 Nissan Rogue is available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
The 2014 Nissan Rogue was redesigned from the ground up, starting with a new, global platform. Dimensions have been slightly tweaked: the 2014 Rogue is an inch-and-a-half wider, and rides on a wheelbase about a half-inch longer. And although the overall length is about an inch shorter, Nissan has done a good job reconfiguring the Rogue’s space to eke out slightly more head, leg room and hip room over its predecessor.
Previously only available as a five-seater, the 2014 Rogue offers optional third-row seating, which brings maximum capacity to seven. However, the third-row seats are small and cramped, suitable only for small children or for carrying adults short distances in a pinch. The second row is quite comfortable, and now has the ability to slide and recline.
Rogue SL upgrade to leather upholstery and add heated front seats, a Bose 9-speaker audio system, a larger touchscreen with navigation, 360-degree camera, a power liftgate, heated outside mirrors and fog lights. The SL Premium Package ($1,990) adds a power panoramic moonroof, LED headlights with auto-leveling feature, forward collision warning, blind spot detection, lane departure warning and moving object detection.
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