A Quick Overview of 2015 Nissan Rogue Reviews

September 11th, 2015 by

2015 Nissan Rogue reviewsRegina and Swift Current drivers will be interested to know that the 2015 Nissan Rogue reviews have been overwhelmingly positive about this stunning crossover. Engineered for leading efficiency and designed to offer comfort and convenience on every level, the new Rogue had no problem impressing industry insiders.

Premium Interior

“Certainly, the Rogue will be appealing if you’re interested in comfort and available space. Interior surfaces are made from high-quality materials that look and feel particularly upscale, especially on upper trim levels. And as a bit of a rarity in the compact crossover segment, there’s optional seating for seven.” – Edmunds.com

Nissan Rogue reviews were unanimous in their praise of the spacious and luxurious cabin. A 50/50 split folding 3rd-row seat lets you change from carrying up to seven passengers to utilizing as much as 1,982 L (70 cu. ft.) of cargo space, in addition to a power liftgate and the Divide-N-Hide system to make it easier than ever to stow your gear.

Enviable Features

“Ordinarily, keeping your head on a swivel is the best way to maneuver a car in tight confines. The Rogue’s available Around View Monitor saves you the strain by using external cameras to create a composite view of the surrounding area.” – Kelley Blue Book

All 2015 Nissan Rogue reviews drew attention to the Around View Monitor, but there’s plenty of other technology on offer to make your ride first-class. Other optional equipment includes Zero Gravity heated seats for enhanced comfort, a Bose audio system for unparalleled sound quality, and a NissanConnect feature with navigation to keep you connected on the road.

Cutting-Edge Efficiency

“Where the Rogue excels is in gas mileage and in road manners. The EPA-rated 33 mpg highway looks great on paper, but the 28 mpg combined of either the front-drive or all-wheel-drive Rogue is even better in real life.” – The Car Connection

The 2015 Nissan Rogue ably combines luxury with economy by equipping the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) as standard. Paired with a 170-hp 2.5L 4-cylinder engine, it makes an impressive 9.2 L/100km in the city and 7.2 on the highway. Those figures only increase slightly to 9.5L/100km city and 7.4 highway with all-wheel drive engaged.

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The 2015 Nissan Rogue is already one of the most popular crossovers in Regina and Swift Current, so come down to Knight Nissan today take a test drive to understand what qualities excite both critics and drivers alike.