It's 4WD so it's a great car for going to the mountains, for driving in the snow, etc. it drives really smooth and has lots of power, and very roomy in the back seat and trunk. I don't have kids or pets so it's just enough space for me. The inside is pretty basic. I don't need a backup camera or something unnecessary like that so this is ok with me as long I know its safe to drive in Colorado weather, to and from work, and will last me a long time. Plus there's always room to improve it or add more stuff to it later.
I was not ready to get a new car, but when I totaled my car I wanted something close to my old Saturn Vue. The Nissan Rogue is a nice fit for me. I did not pick any special features, so it's a basic model because I wanted lower payments. Some of the Rogues available had some nice features and when I'm ready for a larger car payment, I would consider buying a new version with more special features. Not my forever car, but no complaints for the 6 months I have owned the car. *Note: It can be difficult to put my bike in the back seat with the seats down, but I am getting a bike rack to help with this problem.
It was between a Nissan Rogue or Honda Accord. I am a new mother and I have dealt with cars before and I didn't want anything low to the ground. Therefore I went with the Rogue SL. It's a great single mom crossover and when I bought the vehicle it only had 19000 miles on it!!! It has all features I want(heated leather seats, sunroof, xm radio, rear view camera and more). I love my car has milage is great I can keep a tank of gas for a week now sometimes that changes depending on where I drive, but if I'm going from home, daycare and work it'll last and it takes a total of an hour to drive those places.