Nissan Rogue test drive.
The current generation of the Rogue is in its last year. As
an all new model is coming out in a few months.
design still works for me. It has been refined a little bit over the years,
with a new grille, better wheel designs etc.
The first thing I noticed is that you still sit pretty high.
Too high for my taste. It always seems that the seat should be able to go
lower, but it doesn’t.
The interior is still mostly the same as when it came out.
Back in 2007. And it is still fine.
is pretty roomy. The GPS screen is pretty small. But it is a cheap option.
There is a Sport switch on the console. Which is a joke. The only thing I could notice is a slightly firmer steering. No more power or different CVT action. It is 100% useless. really…
Nintendo feel I don’t like. But now, so many cars have it that it almost seems
pointless to complain about it.
The whole thing feels too high and narrow. Quite a bit tippy most of the time.
matter of fact, it is one of the roughest around. It’s OK when cruising on the
highway, or going around town really slow.
pretty noisy and rough.
it. So it basically feels pretty slow most of the time… Going up on steep hills can even be pretty scary.
with a powerful engine. Like their great V6. But in the Sentra and Rogue, it
just makes the car feel way too slow.