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The 2019 Nissan Rogue isn't here to reinvent the wheel. It’s not the fastest, the flashiest, or the biggest car on the block. It’s here to provide the market with exactly the formula that’s been selling off the shelves: good comfort, solid utility, and tempting value.
Major changes included:
Resembling the Nissan Murano, the Rogue offers similar iconic styling in a slightly smaller package. Available in two trim levels, base S and more upscale SL, all Rogues are equipped with 2.5-liter, 170-hp, four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The Rogue seats up the five passengers in its well appointed interior. Features... Read more »
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