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.
While the previous Rogue fell short when it came to cargo space, the 2014 Rogue is much improved. The 2014 Rogue offers a maximum of 70.0 cubic feet of space with the rear seats folded down, much more than the previous generation. With all seats in place, the five-seat Rogue offers 32 cubic feet of cargo capacity, more than what’s found in the Chevrolet Equinox and only slightly less than that of the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. The seven-seat Rogue has just 9.4 cubic feet of cargo space available when all three rows of seats are in place.
Rogue S comes with manual air conditioning, cloth upholstery, tilt steering wheel with multifunction controls, six-way manually adjustable front seats, cruise control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, a 4-speaker audio system with USB and auxiliary audio ports, a 40/20/40 split-folding reclining second-row seat with center pass-through, trip computer, rearview monitor and 16-inch steel wheels with covers.
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