2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review, Aligning with Nissan’s declaration of 2016 since the “Year of the Truck” and confirming industry trends toward crossovers and away from sedans, in October the Nissan Rogue officially hopped past the Altima as the company’s best-selling automobile thus far this year. Maybe more important is the Rogue is vying with the Honda CR-V as well as the Toyota RAV4 for best revenue honors in its segment. The Rogue’s good results rests in its intriguing styling in a sea of bland-looking crossovers along with a size advantage in excess of most rivals. For 2017, Nissan extra a hybrid edition and gave the Rogue-all-new in 2014-refreshed styling and interior appointments.

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review 

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review

The 2017 Nissan Rogue two-row version we tested landed at $35,290, towards the substantial finish on the Rogue spectrum, on account of its premium features. The front-wheel-drive Rogue S begins at $24,760, and including all-wheel drive tacks on $1350. Stepping up past the midrange SV to our check car’s SL trim degree adds $6140. Our instance also had three alternative packages-Premium, Platinum, and Platinum Reserve-dressing it by using a complete array of safety engineering (adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and prevention, automated emergency braking, pedestrian detection), 19-inch aluminum wheels, a panoramic sunroof, and a leather-lined interior, inflating the bottom line an additional $3040. It’s attainable to invest more on a Rogue, but not significantly more-Nissan stated the hybrid could be on sale “by the end of 2016,” but the organization has however to announce pricing. We anticipate it to square up against the Toyota RAV4 hybrid, inside the $29,000 to $35,000 variety.

The 2017 Nissan Rogue nonhybrid Rogue update was primarily superficial but brings a far more upscale vibe. Its encounter was restructured to bolster the V-Motion design theme, the head- and taillamps were reworked, and more chrome accents had been additional. The rear liftgate now gives motion-activated opening, and 19-inch wheels appear about the choices list. Inside the cabin, a flat-bottomed and optionally heated steering wheel was adopted, the shift knob was redesigned with a leather boot, the center stack was redesigned, and a number of of the dashboard and door accents have new finishes. Nissan also took advantage of the made-to-be chance by launching the brand new model together with the approaching Rogue One: A Star Wars Story film using a Rogue: Rogue 1 Star Wars Limited Edition package ($1990). Featured in the commercial alongside AT-ACTs and TIE fighters, the limited-edition package atop the SV trim level adds black trim, Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance logos, and Star Wars-branded doorsills. Oh, and purchasers also obtain a Death Trooper helmet.

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review

Sales success and high-profile co-branding aside, we’re not big fans from the Rogue’s mundane driving expertise. The 10Best Trucks-winning Honda CR-V, all-new this yr, leads section sales, with the Mazda CX-5 along with the Ford Escape also amongst our favorites. The Rogue is narrowly outselling the also-refreshed-for-2017 Ford, however it isn’t the behind-the-wheel encounter that fuels its sales surge. It inspires minor enthusiasm, and its nonconformist exterior belies a mundane dynamic character. Call it the rebel appliance.

The regular 2.5-liter four-cylinder stays the same as prior to and was the engine in this test automobile. It generates 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque, less energy compared to the base engines in AWD versions on the RAV4 (176 hp), the Escape (179 hp), the Kia Sportage (181 hp), the CX-5 (184 hp), and also the CR-V (184 hp). Whereas several competitors offer you all the more powerful engine choices, the Rogue has only the one particular powerplant, paired with a continuously variable automated transmission (CVT).

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review  - Interior :

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review

Driving the Rogue in traffic can resemble those film scenes where the lead character moves in slow movement although the surroundings turn to blurry streaks. The Rogue AWD turned in a zero-to-60-mph time of 9.1 seconds-0.two slower than in our test from the 2014 model, despite the fact that it ran the quarter-mile in an identical 17.0 seconds. The new CR-V’s turbocharged one.5-liter/CVT blend carries it to 60 mph in 7.6 seconds, and most other folks in the class can beat 8.0 seconds; even the slow ones outrun the Rogue. In our 50-to-70-mph top-gear acceleration test, simulating a passing maneuver or freeway merge, the Rogue took an interminably long six.one seconds to complete what most rivals control in about five.0 seconds. Our test driver cited a sluggish response from your CVT being a contributing issue.

Rogue consumers who care minor about the efficiency deficit may possibly be attracted from the fuel-economy labels. It is EPA-rated at 25 mpg while in the city and 32 mpg around the highway, much better than the AWD Escape’s 22/28, the Sportage’s 21/25, along with the CR-V’s 25/31 mpg city/highway ratings. In our testing, although, the Rogue returned only 21 mpg, well behind its 27-mpg EPA combined rating. Our drivers typically felt compelled to floor the accelerator within the Rogue in order to preserve up with traffic, negating its efficiency at steady speeds.

The Rogue’s trip is placid and can make for relaxed, relaxed cruising. For 2017, Nissan added a lot more sound-absorbing supplies while in the floor along with the body pillars and thickened the rear door glass to cut down on noise intrusion, and it demonstrates. Its spongy suspension, although, leaves the Rogue lost in no-man’s land. It bobbles going around regular turns, it never ever seems to really feel planted even in the straight line, along with the electric electrical power steering gives minimum suggestions. Below difficult braking, the car does a obvious nose dive, and our exams showed that stopping from 70 mph took 178 feet, five more than the Sportage, as an example.

A single aggressive benefit for the Rogue is that it provides a third-row option (in S and SV trim amounts), a exclusive option in this segment. Just make certain the people climbing back there are not entirely grown yet. Part in the Rogue’s benefit in cabin volume comes from its 184.5-inch total length, versus, as an illustration, the CR-V’s 180.6 inches. With the seats up, the Nissan’s cargo room is good, and once they are folded down, there’s 70 cubic feet. Selecting the five-seat model brings the benefit of Nissan’s Divide-N-Hide cargo technique that supplies several configurations, such like a raised or lowered rear floor, a shelf, or hidden compartments.

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review - Engine :

2017 Nissan Rogue AWD Review

The SL as outfitted with the Platinum Reserve interior package gives a warm and welcoming vibe. The detailing about the seat cushions and reduce backrests appears upscale, even in the threat of looking like certainly one of these poofy down jackets. The dark camel leather extends to the door armrests, the center console and armrest, and over the glove compartment yielding a two-tone scheme. The additional stitching styles on the passenger dash and also the console cover round out a wonderfully appointed surroundings, and the seats are each and every bit as relaxed because they look.

Other Rogue SL features make the driver’s life simpler. Heated seats (no ventilation), a seven.0-inch infotainment screen, a digital info show in between the tachometer as well as the speedo, along with a heated steering wheel are among the comforts. Available adaptive cruise manage, 360-degree-view cameras, and remote start also up the crossover’s game. But in contrast to its sibling, the Murano, the Rogue isn't accommodating for the linked life-style. It's just one USB port, along with the rear does not have controls or ports of any variety.

The NissanConnect infotainment technique is in want of some refinement-or possibly a lot more present day hardware. The screens appear low-res, and pressing the touchscreen a number of instances as well quickly regularly triggers a buffering pop-up. When you are about the move, a method pausing to gather its wits is unacceptable.

Separate physical buttons surround the display for entry to cellphone, audio, navigation, and details functions, but the program lacks a central property button, the menus are not properly organized, and, at night, the little print can make the buttons tougher to recognize. There’s also no option for Apple CarPlay or Android Automobile just but. (Nissan recently launched the Apple smartphone-integration engineering on the new Maxima and also the Murano, but representatives wouldn’t reveal when it may be coming for the Rogue.) The entire program also blacked out on us as soon as. We had the navigation program and satellite radio operating but had entered no new commands-it just restarted itself mid-drive.

That the Rogue is Nissan’s new income darling and one of the most common cars in its class isn’t surprising. What it lacks in propensity for street romping, it tends to make up for within the a lot more broadly appreciated virtues of comfort, dimension, and comfort. This check car’s robotic-driving features-more popular within the marketplace than they may be with us-surely increase the Rogue’s competitive stance and play into its new Star Wars advertising scheme, but for anybody thinking about driving pleasure, this can be not the crossover you’re searching for.

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