Nissan Rogue Crossovers

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2017 Nissan Rogue

2017 is the year that the Rogue becomes Nissan's bestseller. To help ensure that goal, Nissan is introducing a hybrid version of its compact SUV, and giving the Rogue an exterior and interior refresh. At the top of the Rogue line, several new premium and safety features await.

2016 Nissan Rogue

Nissan makes only minor changes to its compact Rogue SUV for 2016. NissanConnect and Siri Eyes-Free are added to the Rogue SL, while the Rogue S can be equipped with a new Appearance Package. Forward Emergency Braking is now available on the SL trim.

About Nissan Rogue

As the most capable foot soldier in Nissan's army, the 2017 Nissan Rogue holds its own with strong sales against the class-leading small SUVs, the Honda CR-V (all-new for 2017) and the Toyota RAV4. Refreshed and refined for 2017, Nissan's compact-crossover SUV adds a very well-mannered and fuel-efficient hybrid model to the mix, and enhances the luxury and safety offerings at the upper trim levels. In addition to front-wheel drive (FWD), the Rogue offers all-wheel drive (AWD) at every level. And while the Rogue doesn't own hard cornering like a Mazda CX-5, or tow like the new Ford Escape, it more than excels in its day-to-day excellence.

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