The 2016 Nissan Rogue offers consumers in Uniontown and nearby Connellsville, Masontown and Haydenown several upgrades with the newest lineup, making it an even better choice for a small crossover SUV. From added emergency telematics to Siri Eyes Free and enhanced collision mitigation system with automatic braking, there's much to enjoy in terms of technology. It also offers a smooth and comfortable ride quality, versatile storage and optional third-row seating to appeal to family-oriented consumers.
|Engine Size:||2.5 L|
|Fuel Economy:||25/33 mpg|
If you're looking for a compact SUV that offers an interior that's upscale in look and feel, the 2016 Rogue is an excellent choice. The interior of the newest Rogue is one of its strongest features. Materials are soft touch, armrests are padded and the dash is pleasing with its subtle attitude.
While the Rogue may stand in the compact category, this doesn't mean space is limited. Second-row seats offer 40/20/40 split-folding with an excellent range of movement forward and back. These seats also recline for added comfort. Having an optional third-row seat is definitely a plus for the Rogue, though it's best suited for children or small adults. Max cargo capacity is 70 cubic feet, one of the biggest in the class. Storage is also made easy, especially if you opt for the two-row seating configuration. With this seating plan, you'll find a cargo dividing system that will keep your cargo items well organized. It features an adjustable rear cargo area with storage compartments, multilevel shelving capability, and up to 18 different cargo-carrying configurations.
No matter which trim you choose, you'll be pleased by the Rogue's 2016 lineup that is fully loaded with equipment, safety features and high-tech gadgets that are truly user friendly. Even the entry-level S model features upper-class equipment, like lED running lights and remote keyless entry; it also comes with a notable list of technology, like a five-inch central display, rearview camera, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, and sound system with CD player, satellite radio, USB port and auxiliary input jack.
Step up to the SL for even more niceties from fog lights and heated mirrors to a power lift gate and leather upholstery with heated front seats. For upgrades to technology, the SL adds everything, like a larger, seven-inch touchscreen display, navigation system, voice controls, eight-speaker sound system with six-CD changer and emergency telematics via the NissanConnect system.
If you opt for a premium package, the Rogue will be equipped with pretty much everything one can find in a new vehicle. Depending on which premium package you choose, you'll gain niceties, such as, heated mirrors, heated front seats, panoramic sunroof, an Around View camera system and other safety perks, like blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, forward-collision alert, moving object detection and Siri Eyes Free.