The 2014 Nissan Rogue Interior is Comfortable and Spacious

May 23rd, 2014 by

2014 Nissan Rogue InteriorThis year the 2014 Nissan Rogue came to our Swift Current Nissan dealership fully redesigned and that includes the interior. Most families tend to spend a lot of time in their vehicles, so you want a car interior that’s going to be comfortable and spacious. The Rogue is certainly that with plenty of soft-touch materials, comfortable seats, and an overall elegant design.

Zero-Gravity Seating

What separates the Rogue from other compact crossover is its front zero gravity seats. These seats for the front driver and passenger were inspired by NASH and the feeling of weightlessness. They’re designed to support the curve of the spine to improve comfort and reduce fatigue during long drives. Whether you’re commuting or going on a road trip, you’ll feel a lot better sitting in a Rogue.

Passenger Space

The Rogue comes standard with space for five individuals, but you can add a third row of seats to increase capacity up to seven. The second row seat can be moved forward or back, depending on your passenger/cargo needs, and can also be reclined. The third row seat is best for younger passengers, which is great for big families. You’ll be hard pressed to find another compact crossover with as much seating capacity.

Cargo Area

When you need to move stuff rather than people, the back rows easily fold down for more room. With the help of 40/20/40 split folding seats you’ll have some 18 different seating/cargo combinations. In total, there’s 1982 litres of cargo space to work with.

The Rogue also features the Divide-N-Hide Cargo System provides even more flexibility. You can divide the cargo area into two “shelves” of cargo or configure it into a private cargo space where your belongings are completely hidden.

Test Drive the Rogue Today at Knight Nissan

Our Nissan dealership serving Swift Current invites you to come by and check out the 2014 Nissan Rogue interior in person. You can find us at 1420 South Service Road in Swift Current, SK, not far from Regina.