I am not much of a Nissan lover, but I have to admit that the Japanese car manufacturer seems to spur its fans whenever it comes to a new model on the market. This is also the case of the 2014 Nissan Rogue, the compact crossover fit for every road.
The model comes with a base front-wheel-drive Rogue S, having a starting price from just $22,490 and a $30,280 price for the range-topping SL model.
The Nissan`s Premium SL Package is the third level supporting a power panoramic moonroof, LED headlights or a suite Safety Shield Technologies, all at the total price of $32,395.
All three trim levels are powered by the common 2.5-liter QR25DE four-cylinder engine, delivering a reasonable 170 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 175 pound-feet of torque.
To state other mechanical features, the model includes an independent suspension both in the rear and also in the front, stabilizers bars for the whole chassis, disk brakes for all corners and an electrically boosting steering featuring vehicle-speed variable chassis.
The space inside is much wider, with electronic shifters and electronically parking brakes. The centered-console seems to be below the standard for the model.