2015 Nissan Rogue

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ROGUE FLEXES. THE COMPETITION GETS BENT OUT OF SHAPE.

2015 Nissan Rogue

 

WE TOOK STYLE AND ADDED STEEL

Design
From a striking front end, to the muscular arches, along the flowing character lines, and over the aerodynamic wraparound taillights, the 2015 Rogue® has a look that just won’t quit.

Rogue has a coefficient of drag of just 0.33. What does that mean? Technically, it’s kind of complicated,but practically, it means reduced wind resistance, which translates into 33 MPG on the highway. 

 

 

 

2015 Nissan Rogue Interior

 

 

PREMIUM INTERIOR

We could talk about Rogue®’s premium interior and how it enhances the entire experience of driving. We could also mention the 2nd-row roominess, the clever and versatile EZ Flex™ Seating System, and the available 3rd-row that makes room for seven…but we think the interior can really speak for itself.

The Rogue’s interior features chrome accents, available leather-appointed seats, soft-touch materials, a seamless fit and finish, and an ambience that you just don’t find in this class.

Zero Gravity & Quick Comfort® Heated Front Seats

Inspired by NASA and zero gravity space travel, these remarkably comfortable front seats were built to maximize comfort and help reduce fatigue. The Quick Comfort® Heated Front Seats work fast, focusing on key areas of the body in sequence to get you warmed up, asap.

3rd-Row Seating
The available 3rd-row turns this nimble compact crossover into a serious people-mover. Getting back there doesn’t include climbing over the 2nd-row either—with the EZ Flex™ Seating System, you just lift the lever and in one simple motion slide and tilt the 2nd-row seat forward for easy access. When you need more cargo space than seats, the 3rd-row easily folds flat.

NissanConnect℠ with Navigation and Mobile Apps
NissanConnect℠ uses hands-free technology, a compatible smartphone, and your Nissan’s display screen to help you stay in touch with the outside world from inside your vehicle. It’s loaded with features and a growing list of apps that let you play your music, keep tabs on your social network, and navigate any city like a local.

SPACE, WITH A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING

Sure, the 2015 Nissan Rogue looks good, but with room for up to seven it’s also practical. Pop the power liftgate and you’re opening up 70 cubic feet of versatile cargo space.  Fold-down seats in both the 2nd- and 3rd-rows give you access to every inch of that space. And Rogue’s standard Divide-N-Hide® Cargo Solution makes short work of even tall loads.

WATCH WHERE YOU PARK

Around View® Monitor with Moving Object Detection
The 2015 Nissan Rogue has an available class-exclusive Around View® Monitor with Moving Object Detection to help make backing-up and parking a breeze. The system works by converting the view from each of four wide-angle cameras (in the front, rear, and side mirrors) into a composite overhead view of your Rogue. Now you can see your vehicle’s position in relation to its surroundings on all sides, helping you to avoid not only the car behind or in front, but also helping you save your wheels from nasty curb damage.

TECHNOLOGY THAT LOOKS OUT FOR YOU

Safety Shield Technologies
Nissan is committed to its position as a leader in the world of automotive safety. This dedication to comprehensive safety goes into the engineering and design of every vehicle we make, and it drives the development of the available safety technologies.

TAKE THE ROADS LESS TRAVELED

It’s called “intelligent” AWD for a reason. This advanced system can tell if you are cruising, or cornering. It can sense a loss of traction under a specific wheel or wheels and redirect torque automatically. For even more confidence behind the wheel, Rogue is equipped with Active Ride Control, Active Trace Control, and Active Engine Braking.

Source/Credits: Nissan.com

Stashi is an Editor at Driver Pulse, a provider of online automotive editorial reviews and latest news throughout the automotive industry. From the sight of sleek curves to the sound of a roaring engine, old and new, she has a great love for vehicles of all makes and models. What she finds most exciting is that automakers of iconic muscle cars from the past, such as Ford and Chevrolet, are reproducing them for this generation of gearheads. Her dream car, the 1964 or 1966 Ford Mustang, is the ultimate American pony car and paved the way for her love of growling and rumbling engines of old school muscle cars. She spent her whole life in the Midwest and still finds herself playing the same game she once played with her father when she was a young girl. It’s a game her father liked to call “Name that make and model”. This game has become more challenging as the years pass making it a great way to pass the time on long road trips. She believes that automobiles, old and new, are an art form that can be enjoyed by both children and adults.

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