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Nissan X-Trail (Canada)|
Nissan Xterra (Mexico)
|Class||Compact crossover SUV|
|Body style(s)||5-door SUV|
|Layout||Front engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive|
|Platform||Nissan C platform|
|Engine(s)||2.5 L 170 hp (127 kW/172 PS) I4 (QR25DE)|
|Wheelbase||105.9 inches (2,690 mm)|
2008-2010: 182.9 inches (4,646 mm)|
2011-: 183.3 in (4656 mm)
2011- Krom: 184.3 in (4681 mm)
|Width||70.9 inches (1,801 mm)|
|Height||65.3 inches (1,659 mm)|
|Curb weight||3,529 lb (1,601 kg)|
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The Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover SUV that debuted in October 2007 for the 2008 model year, produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan. It is the North American counterpart of the X-Trail sold outside North America (even though it is still sold in Mexico), as well as the Qashqai in Europe and the Dualis in Japan and Australia.
The Nissan Rogue made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on January 7, 2007. It replaces the Nissan X-Trail in Canada as Nissan's entry-level SUV and the body-on-frame Nissan Xterra in Mexico due to the Smyrna plant freeing capacity for the 2009 Suzuki Equator, but the Xterra continues on sale in the United States and Canada after being withdrawn from the Mexican market after the 2008 model year. An all-new version of the X-Trail, whose platform the Rogue shares, has been launched in Europe, Mexico and elsewhere, but there are no plans to market it in both USA and Canada.
The Rogue is powered by a 170 hp (127 kW/172 PS), 2.5 L four-cylinder QR25DE engine mated to a standard continuously variable transmission., and comes standard with front-wheel-drive. The Rogue costs less than Nissan's Murano crossover SUV, but at 97.5 cu ft (2.76 m³) vs. 108.8 cu ft (3.08 m³) offers less passenger volume than its V6-powered sibling, and a smaller cargo area of 28.9 cu ft (820 L) vs. 31.6 cu ft (890 L).
Equipment[edit | edit source]
The Nissan Rogue comes in only two trims: S and SL. S is the base model, which comes factory equipped with anti-lock brakes; air conditioning; cruise control; power windows, locks, and mirrors; remote keyless entry; and AM/FM/CD stereo with four speakers and auxiliary input jack.
An optional "360 Value" package on the S model adds 16-inch alloy wheels, auto-dimming rearview mirror with rear view monitor, body-color rear spoiler, chrome grille, and rear privacy glass. An S Krōm trim edition includes Krōm integrated body design, center exit exhaust, body-color rear spoiler, 17-inch brilliant-finish aluminum-alloy wheels, and rear privacy glass.
The SL trim level adds 17-inch alloy wheels, 6-way adjustable driver’s seat, roof rails, body-color power outside mirrors, rear tinted glass and a polished exhaust-tip, as well as with HID headlights, paddle-shifters (option removed for 2010), foglights, an 8-speaker stereo system, and leather seating.
The Rogue has received a mild refresh for the 2011 model year. The revised trim packages are the S and SV. The S is available in a sporty "Krom" edition, which gets special 18-inch polished wheels, a center-exit sport-tuned exhaust, a unique grille and bumper with fog lamps, and other styling tweaks. The SV is available with an optional SL package, adding leather seats, touch screen navigation system and 18" alloy wheels, along with other premium features.
Safety[edit | edit source]
Safety features include front airbags, side-impact airbags, side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors, tire-pressure monitor, ABS with brake-assist and electronic brake-force distribution, traction control, and anti-skid control.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Crash Test Ratings
Awards and recognition[edit | edit source]
- 2010 Rogue Awarded Consumers Digest's Automotive Best Buy Award.
- 2010 Rogue Received NHTSA's Highest Side-Impact Safety Rating(five stars).
Other Rogues[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
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- "2008 Nissan Rogue Specs". Nissan USA. Retrieved on 2009-03-16.
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- "Nissan Rogue Crash Test Ratings". NHTSA. Retrieved on 2008-10-25.
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- Official website from Nissan USA
- JB car pages: Nissan Rogue
- Detroit Auto Show: 2008 Nissan Rogue from Edmunds.com
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