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NISSAN Rogue Sport
NISSAN Rogue Sport  2019 2022
2019 2022

Nissan has updated the infotainment system and now features standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The facelifted version includes a new signature on its LED daytime running lights.

The front fascia has been redesigned and now it includes a V-shaped form borrowed from the Murano range. A new design was adopted also for the hood, and it involves a more aggressive and bolder look. Yet, it is not such a scary vehicle to see in the rear-view mirror. More like a fast SUV which will go, more often, bellow the speed limit on the freeway and on the HOV lane.

New design features mean new colors, including a beautiful Orange Metallic and a Lime Metallic, plus a new set of 19” wheels. Being designed as an all-rounder vehicle, compact-size SUV, the safety package was put on top of manufacturer’s priority. Thus, it includes the advanced automatic braking system, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, radar-based blind-spot monitor and high-beam assist.

The engine is the same 2.0-liter unit with four cylinders as before, which delivers 141 HP. The Nissan Rogue Sport is offered exclusively with an AWD system and a continuously variable transmission, called X-Tronic.. This ensures the best gear-ratio for each speed, leading to a very low fuel consumption, up to 32 MPG (7,3 l/100 km).

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NISSAN Rogue   2020 2022
2020 2022

The Japanese car-maker Nissan unveiled the third generation of the Rogue in June 2020.
It was based on the same platform as the European model X-Trail.

Nissan succeeded to become one of the best SUV car-makers in the world. Due to its substantial 4x4 experience combined with it’s alliance partner Renault, the Japanese brand offered best-sellers around the world. The third generation of the Rogue was introduced to the North-American market to continue that successful story.

This time, the Nissan’s designers took a bold approach when they drew the first lines on the car’s front. With a set of lights on top of the front fenders and the main lights placed lower, it was different than the conventional system used before. A big black grille surrounded by a chromed rim enhanced the vehicle’s look on the front fascia. The widened fenders and profiled doors gave an up-market look.

Inside, the Nissan’s designers placed an in-dash infotainment unit, over the center stack, and it supported Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity. A large storage compartment filled the space between the front seats. The rear bench featured the “Zero Gravity” support and heated outboard seats as an option.

For the drivetrain, the Japanese engineers offered the Rogue with a 2.5-liter gasoline engine paired to a standard CVT. It sent the power in all corners via an intelligent all-wheel-drive system, that allowed a seamless torque-vectoring transfer.

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NISSAN Rogue   2016 2020
2016 2020

The 2016 Nissan Rogue was the facelifted version of the 2014 model, which was the same car as the one sold under the X-Trail nameplate in Europe.
The big competition in that segment forced the Japanese car-maker to refresh its model after just a couple of years after the introduction of the new generation. It added more safety options, such as pedestrian detection, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, and Lane Departure Prevention. On top of that, a Forward Emergency Braking system was introduced to avoid rear-ending accidents.

The most striking exterior difference was at the front, where the grille featured two big chromed bars and a redesigned bumper. For the headlights, the 2016 model featured new Daytime Running Lights. A new pair of rectangular fog-lights was introduced in the fake air-intakes from the outer sides of the apron. The LED taillights were similar, but not the same.

The five-seat interior of the 2016 Rogue featured a driver-oriented dash and an SUV-driving position. Inside the instrument cluster, between the speedometer and tachometer, the 2016 model received a 5” color display for various functions of the car. The infotainment system was upgraded to a 7” touch-screen display. It was standard on the Sport SL trim level. The seven-seat interior was deleted from the options list. In the back, there was room for three on a split-folding bench.

The Rogue was available with a choice of front or all-wheel-drive system. It was powered by either a 2.5-liter unit or by a 2.0-liter hybrid system. Both versions were paired to an X-Tronic CVT transmission.

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NISSAN Rogue   2013 2016
2013 2016

The 2014 Nissan Rogue was actually the same car as the one sold under the X-Trail nameplate in Europe.
It was Nissan’s weapon on the SUV market, one of the biggest in the US. The new model was presented to the world with an optional 3rd row (7 seats), a new cargo system, and new on-board tech like the Around View Monitor that eased parking.

Another premiere for the Rogue in the US was the fact that it was the first car to use Renault-Nissan’s Common Module Family platform that was accountable for a couple of the group’s models.

As for under the hood tech, the new cars had an Xtronic CVT transmission that was even more efficient than the one on the previous generation. Since this car was meant for the US alone, it had only one engine available with 182 HP coming from a 2.5-liter engine that could be hooked up either to an all-wheel-drive system or a four-wheel-drive one.

The Rogue was available with two trim levels, S and SV. The S came with standard cruise control, air conditioning, 16-inch steel wheels, a trip computer and an AUX function. An optional package was available, adding 16-inch alloys, foglamps, a Bluetooth connection, steering wheel audio controls and a 4.3-inch audio screen.

The SV version included the above mentioned features and added 17-inch alloys, upgraded upholstery and keyless ignition.

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NISSAN Rogue   2007 2014
2007 2014

In 2007, Honda CR-V already had 10 years on the market and the Toyota Rav 4 was a serious competitor.
In late 2007, Nissan launched its competitor in the segment, the Rogue.

The Rogue was based on the successful Sentra sedan model, a vehicle that proved its worthiness on the market. But while the Sentra didn’t need a V6 engine, in the SUV market that option was often checked by customers.

From the outside, the designers of the Rogue took some clues from its bigger brother, the Murano. Unlike most of the car market, the grille was painted in the bodywork color. Its tall headlights were uncommon for the design trends, but that was one of the vehicle’s idea: to look familiar but somehow different than the other cars on the market.

Inside, the Rogue was well equipped even in the base trim level. It features numerous storage compartments, including one under the trunk’s floor. The audio system was provided by Bose and featured a CD-player and a 3.5mm jack AUX-in. Thanks to the Sentra’s platform and the high greenhouse, the Rogue offered plenty of room for the rear passengers, where ISOFIX child-seats could have been installed.

Under the hood there was only one engine option, a 2.5-liter four-pot unit. It was mated to a standard CVT (continuously variable transmission). The Rogue was offered with front or all-wheel-drive.

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