The Nissan Rogue puts on a new face for the 2014 model year as competition in the compact SUV market continues to get more fierce. The Rogue adds room to its range, offering seven seats and a third row, or ample storage space. The Rogue has smoothed out its bulges for a more tapered, but assertive exterior surface.
What's New for 2014
It’s been five years since the Rogue has been redrawn. A new engine, aerodynamic improvements and new shape have been added to the equation. NissanConnect features apps, blind spot warning, forward collision warning and an around-view monitor with moving object detection.
Choosing Your Nissan Rogue
If you're looking for a bargain price and like the old Rogue, you can still have one. It's now called the Rogue Select and has a base price of only $19,990.
Buyers opting for the all-new Rogue can choose from front-wheel and all-wheel drive at all trim levels. Nissan uses continuously variable transmission (CVT) and a single engine—a 2.5-liter four-cylinder—across the range. It produces 170 horsepower and you can expect 26 mpg city and 33 mpg highway.