The attractive and stylish 2015 Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover that offers seating for five or seven passengers. Has a lot to offer for families, but the compact crossover market is full of excellent choices for what became harder and harder for the vehicles that stand out in the crowd.
Certainly, the rogue will appeal, if you are interested in comfort and space. Interior surfaces are made of materials of high quality appearance especially exclusive, especially at higher levels. And as a bit of a rarity in the compact crossover segment, optional seating for seven passengers. The third row available is small, but complete, storage capacity is high. There are several settings, and with the two rear rows, bent over, the rogue coincides with the class leaders with 70 cubic feet of cargo space.
2015 Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover which is offered in three trim levels: S, SV and SL. two rows of seats are standard, while a third row is available on models S and SV.
In the standard equipment includes 17-inch steel wheels, LED lights, keyless entry, cruise control, rear vented air conditioning information, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, a 40/20/40 split rear seat (bends, slides and sits), a 5-inch color, a camera audio and Bluetooth phone connectivity and a sound system of four speakers with CD player , iPod/USB interface and an auxiliary audio connector.
Each 2015 Nissan Rogue comes with four-cylinder 2.5-liter 170 hp power and 175 pounds feet of torque. A CVT is standard, such as front wheel drive. All-wheel drive is optional. Edmunds test, a Rogue AWD SL reaching 60 mph in 9.0 seconds. Is the average for a compact crossover with the base engine.
The rogue comes standard with stability control and antilock 4-wheel disc brakes, side air bags for front seats, side curtain airbags (for all three lines when equipped), a rearview camera and Hill-Start assist. The all-wheel-drive system adds hill descent control.
(Included in the package) optional security features include a blind-spot warning system, a warning system off the track, a collision-warning system for the front and the camera around the vista system. The last (standard on SL and optional on SV) provides a 360 degree vision of up down around rogue to the Park and can be upgraded with an alarm system that alerts you when you move objects between the camera view.
One of the main strengths of the Rogue’s inside. There are many soft touch materials, generously padded arms and a mature panel design, almost elegant. Like the Altima sedan, Nissan says Rogue front seats is a design inspired by NASA “zero gravity”, and Yes, they are very comfortable (although the front legroom can be insufficient for higher drivers).
The second row is split 40/20/40, for greater versatility and feature a total of 9 inches of longitudinal course, with reclining backrest for maximum fit and comfort. Although the narrow single seat in the third row is optional for children, this is true of any intersection of comparable size, and the third line gives the rogue a competitive advantage over its direct rivals.
If you opt for two rows of seats, you will have a split the payload system, which includes an area of compartments adjustable rear cargo storage, shelves of various levels of ability and an alleged 18 load different configurations. Cargo space drops to 9.4 cubic feet behind the third row, but the two rows of rear seats fold flat open 70 BCF carries maximum capacity of Rogue, which is one of the largest you’ll find in this class.
Acceleration of the rogue don’t push back in place, but most can get out of your way when you need to. Floor the accelerator pedal brings a boring engine drone as the CVT keeps a high engine rotation constant. Some drivers may also differ with a lowest resonance in the cabin while cruising along. In road speeds, motor, wind noises and rogue levels are quite quiet for long road trips, but passing maneuvers, you’ll need some serious planning when you have a cabin or cargo.