The Changes to the 2014 Nissan Rogue Create Exciting Possibilities
With the release of the 2014 Nissan Rogue, this popular crossover SUV enters its second generation and promises to be better than ever. If you loved the first round of Rogue models, you are going to love these new ones even more. The list of changes to the 2014 Nissan Rogue is substantial, but the core of the vehicle is still the same. This is a great-looking, surprisingly sporty vehicle that is as capable on trails as it is on roads. Rest assured that everything that made the Rogue such a hit around Swift Current has been left intact. But change is inevitable, and Nissan has put a lot of thought into this new design. Here are a few of the most notable enhancements.
The 2014 Rogue is still considered a compact crossover, but its overall size has grown. It is now wider, taller, and rides on a wheelbase that’s been stretched. Thanks to the overall increase in size, rear passengers will now enjoy more legroom, with enough space left over to add an optional third row of seating.
The new Rogue will look familiar, but it features a number of tweaks and subtle changes to its body design to increase its aerodynamics. New mirror and door designs combined with underbody panels and spoilers allow the 2014 Rogue to race down the road with a minimum amount of drag. That, in turn, allows it to use less gas. This year’s Rogue is able to achieve an impressive 6.0 L/100 km on the highway.
The new Rogue is available in three different trim levels, all of which offer upgrades over previous model’s trim levels. The baseline S trim has bigger wheels, LED headlights, and a color dashboard display. The top-of-the-line SL comes with 18-inch wheels, leather seats, a nine-speaker Bose audio system, and is available with a 360-degree array of cameras for maximum visibility.
Test Drive a New 2014 Nissan Rogue
The final and perhaps biggest of the changes to 2014 Nissan Rogue is the way it drives. You will not believe how smooth and strong this vehicle feels in all conditions. To fully appreciate all the work that has gone into this comprehensive redesign, you need to drive the vehicle yourself. Visit Knight Nissan at 1420 S. Service Rd. in Swift Current, SK to take one for a test drive.