Nissan’s first Rogue crossover, which was launched by the company way back in 2006, has now finally been replaced for the all-new 2014 Nissan Rogue.
The Rogue might look incomparable to the cars of same segments manufactured different automakers such as Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and Toyota RAV4, which have a huge record in the sales numbers.
The car now features an all-new V-shaped grill and LED driving lamps that give the new Nissan Rogue a self-confident look and results in distinct styling of the car.
The side windows of the car dive down just behind the mirrors and then uplifts in the cargo area, finally adding some plunging lines to the body sides.
The tail lamps of the car are attractive, and seems to be best pieces of automotive jewelry, several chrome trim pieces used in the car, gives it a macho and a likeable appearance.
The Nissan Rogue has only one engine variant i.e. a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder which produces 170-horsepower and comes along with a continuously variable transmission.
The CVT one of the unique transmission type known to sap all life from an engine, has been reworked by the engineers for 2014 with counterfeit gear ratios, which further helps the gearbox to behave more like a conventional automatic transmission.
The Rogue is one of the most fuel efficient car as compared to other cars of the same segment, as it delivers an impressive 26 mpg city/33 mpg highway for front-wheel drive models, and 25 mpg city/32 mpg highway with all-wheel drive, giving an 18-percent improvement when compared with the 2013 model.
The Nissan has launched the new Rogue for $22,490. The SV model is available for $24,230, and $28,070 for the leather-lined SL model, the prices revealed by the company does not include $860 as the destination charges. All-wheel drive adds another $1,350 to the bottom line.