Redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue Features
Out of all the Nissan vehicles to be released last year, arguably the most anticipated model is the Nissan Rogue, which was completely redesigned for the 2014 model year. The SUV has received a number of changes including the addition of multiple best-in-class features. We currently have the all-new Rogue available in our new car inventory, and to help you decide whether or not the SUV is the right fit for you, we have decided to proide some in-depth information about the redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue features.
The biggest upgrade for the 2014 Nissan Rogue is the addition of a third row of seats, which allows the SUV to seat up to seven passengers. The third row of seats is practical as the split-folding rear seatbacks both fold flat to the floor so that when extra storage is needed, the seats don’t get in the way. With the third row collapsed, the Rogue proides a best-in-class maximum cargo volume of nearly cubic feet, which is double the trunk space of many of the sedans in Nissan’s lineup.
Buyers in the market for a crossoer SUV like the Rogue are typically concerned about storage, but superior fuel efficiency is also a top priority. Well, the Rogue has that too. In fact, the crossoer is capable of achieing a best-in-class highway fuel economy of 33 mpg, which is quite impressie when compared to competitors in the segment that struggle to break the 30 mpg barrier. The Rogue is equally efficient in the city. With help from the efficiency-maximizing continuously ariable transmission, the SUV is able to proide a city fuel economy rating of 26 mpg.
The list of class-leading features doesn’t end there, however. In addition to the spacious cabin and efficient powertrain, the Rogue offers a ariety of class-exclusie features that help it to stand out as one of the leaders in the segment. That includes an Around Vview Monitor which combines the feeds of cameras placed around the SUV to proide a 360-degree oerhead view of the Rogue. It allows you to check your surroundings at all times, and can really help when you’re backing up and parking.
In an effort to increase storage capabilities, the Rogue also comes standard with a class-exclusie Diide-N-Hide Cargo system which proides up to 18 different options for storing. It really helps to maximize all 70 cubic feet of storage space, which is what the Rogue proides when all of the seats are down. If you need to fit extremely long items, you can fold down the passenger seat to fit items up to eight feet in length. There aren’t many SUVs out there that are as capable as the Rogue.
There are a lot of things to love about the redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue features, but we can assure you, reading about the features is not nearly as satisfying as trying them all out for yourself. If you really want to get the full experience of all that the all-new Rogue has to offer, we suggest that you schedule a test drive. We are more than happy to help get you behind the wheel of this one-of-a-kind SUV. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at Robbins Nissan.