2016 Nissan RogueSusan Miller - Ellicott City, MD02/19/2017
The newer models have a different seat. The power seat doesn't allow a tilt up in the front. It's very uncomfortable. Otherwise, the car drives great and looks great. I won't buy another Nissan Rogue simply because the seat causes back pain. I've driven many types of cars with no problem. This one needs a seat redesign.
It is comfortable and handles well. It has nice appointments and features. My biggest complaint against it is the inefficiency of the interior for storing things. It is a smaller vehicle than the mini-van I had been driving and it lacks the space. In addition to that, what space it has could be designed more efficiently. The console is one deep cavernous space. I would prefer if it had a removable tray to make commonly needed items more accessible, subdividing the space.
The Rogue offers a lot of features, without the hefty price tag that a similarly-equipped Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4 might carry. More importantly though, it is a reliable and handy car that combines good looks with great performance. It may take some a little longer to become accustomed to the CVT, but overall, I've found the Rogue to be a great car.
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