Used 2014 Nissan Rogue Select SUV
Nissan Rogue Select SUV
With an all-new Rogue hitting showrooms, the old model is given a new lease on life, introduced as the 2014 Nissan Rogue Select.
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The 2014 Nissan Rogue Select is a simplified carryover of the previous model. With the all-new 2014 Rogue now on showroom floors, keeping the old model alive allows Nissan to offer budget-conscious buyers an affordable way to get into a smart, comfortable and capable compact SUV without breaking the bank. With a starting price just under $21,000, the Rogue Select is certainly affordable, and although it doesn’t offer much in the way of optional equipment, the Rogue Select does include a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) good for up to 28 mpg on the highway. And though newer SUVs such as the Mazda CX-5 and Subaru Forester have mileage estimates that break into the low 30-mpg range, you can’t get into one with an automatic transmission for less than $23,000.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you’re looking for affordable, basic transportation in a compact SUV that is also roomy, attractive and offers the versatility of all-wheel drive (AWD), the 2014 Nissan Rogue Select has you covered.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you’re looking for the best fuel economy, most sophisticated AWD system or most horsepower, the Rogue Select falls far behind the competition. Those seeking the latest infotainment and interior features might be happier with the all-new 2014 Rogue.
What's New for 2014
The 2014 Nissan Rogue Select gets a new name, but retains the previous Rogue’s body, interior and drivetrain. Offered as an entry -level SUV, the Rogue Select comes with only one option package and a choice between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
Our time behind the wheel of the 2014 Nissan Rogue Select with all-wheel drive left us with mixed feelings. Nissan’s 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine is tried and true, but it’s falling behind the competition in the areas of power and fuel economy. Off-the-line acceleration feels peppy, but overtaking slower traffic or climbing steep hills can prove challenging. Helping make the most of the Rogue Select’s power is Nissan’s excellent Xtronic CVT transmission. Because many consumers still are not used to the CVT’s gearless operation, Nissan has built in artificial shift points that mimic the way a traditional 5-speed automatic would shift. Only when the throttle is held wide open does the CVT’s true nature reveal itself, holding the engine rpm steady as the vehicle accelerates. On the road, the Rogue Select’s Sentra underpinnings deliver a very car-like ride and the electric-assisted power steering returns proper feedback for accurately zipping through back road twists.
Offered as part of the S Convenience package, the RearView monitor allows the driver to see objects directly behind the vehicle yet out of the sight of the rearview mirror.
XTRONIC CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION
Nobody has been doing mass produced CVT transmissions as long as Nissan and they’ve perfected the formula. The Rogue Select’s Xtronic CVT is smooth, quiet and eager to please, delivering maximum power and fuel economy.
The 2014 Rogue Select’s interior is characteristically Nissan, with simple and straightforward instruments, subtle seating fabric and lots of soft-touch finishes. The Rogue Select has a terrific set of comfortable contour-forming front seats and front-seat legroom is good for tall drivers, as is headroom. Unfortunately, the rear-seat passengers don’t have the same luxury, especially when the front seats are pushed all the way back. Storage space is ample and includes an oversized glove compartment as well as a hidden cargo area behind the rear seat. The Rogue Select’s large D-pillar, however, creates a sizable blind spot for the driver.
Sharing its platform with the Nissan Sentra gives the 2014 Nissan Rogue Select the ride and handling of a car in the body of small SUV. The distinctive front grille and lower air intakes bear a slight resemblance to the larger Nissan Murano, and the plastic wheel covers are quite convincing as actual 5-spoke alloys. The large, sweptback D-Pillar might not do much for visibility, but it definitely gives the Rogue Select a more sporting appearance.
Notable Standard Equipment
The 2014 Nissan Rogue Select is offered in only one trim. Standard equipment includes power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, variable wipers, 60/40-split rear seatbacks, a handy under-floor storage compartment, air conditioning, remote keyless entry and a 4-speaker audio system with an auxiliary audio port. As is the case with most Nissan models, the Rogue’s steering wheel does not include a telescoping function. Standard safety equipment is comparable to most other small SUVs, but not exceptional.
Notable Optional Equipment
Other than all-wheel drive, the only option package for the Rogue Select is the Convenience Package that adds a 4.3-inch display audio screen, USB interface, RearView Monitor, steering wheel controls for audio and cruise control, SiriusXM, two additional speakers, Bluetooth, a rear spoiler and roof rails.
Under the Hood
The 2014 Nissan Rogue Select is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine matched to an Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT) that is well-suited for everyday driving. For those who need a vehicle that can tackle a variety of driving conditions and road surfaces, opting for all-wheel drive results in only minimal reductions in fuel economy.
170 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm
175 lb-ft of torque @ 4,400 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 23/28 mpg (front-wheel drive), 22/26 mpg (AWD)
The 2014 Nissan Rogue Select has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting just under $21,000, while the AWD model starts just over $22,000. Adding the Convenience Package brings an AWD Rogue Select to a grand total of just over $23,000. Comparably-equipped Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage SUVs are right in line with the Rogue Select, while the 2014 Toyota RAV4 and the 2014 Honda CR-V are are most expensive (but also better equipped). The KBB.com Fair Purchase Price shows what consumers in your area are paying for their Nissan Rogue Select, so be sure to give it a look before heading to the dealership. Over time, the Rogue Select is expected to retain better resale values than the Ford Escape, but lag behind the Tucson, Sportage, RAV4 and CR-V.
Nissan Rogue Select Consumer Reviews
November 11, 2018
This has been a great car since the day I bought it. I have never needed mechanical repairs on it ~ it's extremely reliable. It...
October 18, 2018
Ride very nice ,Control range Great , seat very Go
Great smile, It's explained details and the gas mileage. THE rooms inside the SUV,GREAT
April 19, 2018
Best midsize SUV on the market!
This Rogue has been a very pleasant surprise! The model SL + we bought was loaded which means it has most of the features of the current...
July 26, 2017
Only complaint--very bad blind spots---
I love my Rogue---my only complaint is the blind spots to the rear side of the vehicle. It took a lot of getting used to..... Even my...
March 07, 2017
Cant find anything not to like
We purchased this vehicle it had 1 owner used. First thing that caught my attention was how well this vehicle has weathered 5 years in...
March 03, 2017
Best car I have ever owned
Bought this car brand new, had it for 7 years and only now does it need some repairs at 107k miles. I just replaced a front CV joint...
July 04, 2016
Get it if you can
No complaints on this car . if you find it for a fair price get it. ride mileage reliability cant lose.
May 26, 2016
January 29, 2016
Best Mid-size sport utility ever.
It was suggested to me by a friend that I should look a the Rogue. I had seen them but never investigated them or drove one. It was...
December 24, 2015
love this car, fun to drive
a lightweight body with great pick-up. hit the pedal and you're off. I call her my red bullet. reliable too, I never had a mechanical...