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2014 Nissan Rogue Review

The 2014 Nissan Rogue has been the definitive crossover vehicle among Nissan fanatics. The
2014 entry of the Rogue is an effort on the part of Nissan to completely
one-up competitors such as the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V. The
Nissan Rogue that drivers have been waiting for has arrived with the
2014 model year.

The style of the new Rogue

2014 Nissan Rogue Bridgewater MAThe 2014 Nissan Rogue has some definite style to it, with a very unique
V-shaped grill and LED driving lamps. The body design packs a nice
flow, enhancing vision and creating some nice eye candy. Some other
nice touches include the little chrome trim enhancements and an interior
that will certainly appeal to the urban family. The overall style sets
it apart from the competition and makes this a Nissan Rogue that drivers
will appreciate.

Spacious for a crossover vehicle

This stylish and fresh ride packs plenty of space in a compact package.
The vehicle has seating for up to seven with the optional third-row
seat. A cargo area is also included with a great shelf system families
will make good use of. If you are heading home from soccer practice,
these shelves could easily hold cleats, bags, and more.

Technology in the form of connectivity

2014 Nissan Rogue Technology2014 Nissan Rogue drivers will appreciate the added technology in this
new model. There are a lot of connectivity options with the
NissanConnect app suite. Nissan drivers have fallen in love with the
brand’s ability to constantly stay ahead of the game with technology.
The cloud-based applications in this ride make it highly appealing.
Checking weather and Facebook makes this one modern vehicle.

Underneath the hood of this crossover

This is not a Nissan Rogue that drivers are going to burn rubber with.
The engine is a 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder with 170-horsepower. The
continuously variable transmission makes this an economical ride. It is
not the most powerful beast, but it gets the job done. The big selling
point to the engine is the mileage, getting 26 mpg city and 33 mpg
highway. Even the all-wheel drive option comes in at 25 mpg city/32 mpg

Nissan fans can rejoice with this new crossover. The 2014 model year of
the Rogue is setting it apart from the competition and will turn heads
on the road. For more info, check out our featured vehicle page for the
2013 Nissan Rogue in Boston!

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