2022 Nissan Rogue Turbo: really?
I mean, it would make complete sense.
These photos look like they are from China. The Rogue is known as the X-trail in most of the world.
Not sure what the “300” means. Looks like it’s something similar to Cadillac’s new stupid names, referring to the European torque measurement.
And I guess that is some weird “Turbo” logo underneath. (Is that what it is? Or does it actually say
This would be a very logical move for Nissan. Since they already offer the Altima with a turbo option in the US. A 2.0 Liter with almost 250HP would be a great option on the Rogue as well.
It would help the Nissan SUV compete with the Mazda CX-5 turbo.
The 2.0 Turbo is already there. Ready to go. Why not…
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The only thing terrible about this, is that the only transmission Nissan mates with the VC Turbo is the CVT. The reviews are terrible over this powertrain combo in the Altima, but especially in the Infiniti QX50.
Someone at the assembly plant is playing games.
Chrysler 300 would come in mismatched trims and headlamps by "accident". It's the same guy.
That says “VC-Turbo” which is probably the same engine available in the Altima.
VC-Turbo is Nissan's latest variable compression turbo engine
IMO it is 1.5 vc-turbo model introduced by 2022 qasgqai e-power model. (300 means 300Nm torque)
The Nissan that is called the X-trail in the rest of the world is the Rogue Sport in the USA and is different from the regular Rogue.
It's a 1.5 3cyl engine vc turbo not the 2.0 turbo. 300 is nm of tq