2014 Nissan Rogue Reinvents Itself
November 07 2013, 401 Dixie Nissan
Nissan's trusty crossover Rogue introduces itself to a new year with a redesign, entirely new platform, and a spruced up infotainment system that would put your smartphone to shame.
The 2014 Rogue's outward redesign seems to reflect its newly increased capability, as seen in the sleeker, more thoughtfully styled and designed lines and silhouette. Keeping in tune with the modernization of aesthetic, all Rogue models now come with LED running lamps and full LED headlamps.
What truly sets the Rogue apart from other crossovers is its platform. Other vehicles of its kind uses lifted versions of existing small cars as building blocks; not the 2014 Rogue. The new model sits upon a brand new platform, deemed the Common Module Family that is intended on being shared by other vehicles across the globe through French automaker Renault.
Armed with a best-in-class fuel economy (at 7.9L / 100km city and 6L / 100km highway), an AroundView monitor and driver's assist system with a slew of features, and the NissanConnect system that incorporates iHeartRadio, Facebook connectivity, SiriusXM Travel Link and a Google search function, the 2014 Nissan Rogue is too a dream to drive.