Rogue gets cool refinement for 2011
Base price range: $21,460 $25,680,
cards against humanity white cards?, plus $810 freight.Price as tested: $26,595 including freight and options (SV front drive model with Premium Package, floor mats).On the Road rating: 8.4 (of a possible 10).Prices shown are manufacturer’s suggested retail; actual selling price may vary.Playing in one of the most crowded market segments against some tough competition (think Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Terrain and Honda CR V), the Rogue is a credible entry that is perhaps the most carlike one of the bunch. It’s pretty much a junior size version of Nissan’s Murano midsize crossover.For 2011, prices begin at $21,460 (plus $810 freight) for the base S model with front wheel drive and range as high as $25,
buy cards against humanity,680 for the fancy S Krom edition with all wheel drive.Additions for 2011 included an optional in dash navigation system, 18 inch aluminum alloy wheels, a USB connection for an iPod and other music players, automatic climate control and automatic headlights.Three models are offered for 2011 S, SV and the Krom. In addition, there are packages to add amenities to the base and midlevel models.All models are available with all wheel drive; front wheel drive is standard. The S with all wheel drive is $22,710; the SV is $23,
cards against humanity game,900 with front drive and $25,150 with all wheel drive; and the Krom with front drive is $24,430.Introduced four years ago, the Rogue has become one of Nissan’s best selling vehicles. For 2013, when the next generation arrives, Rogue production will be moved to Nissan’s plant in Tennessee from Japan.Now standard on even the S model are the iPod connection, a six way manually adjustable driver’s seat and illuminated vanity mirrors. The Krom is the most dressed up version, with chrome exterior trim,
cards against humanity cards, 18 inch wheels, sport styling and a sport tuned exhaust.Under the hood of all models is a 2.5 liter, 16 valve, inline four cylinder engine rated at 170 horsepower and 175 foot pounds of torque. It’s connected to a continuously variable automatic transmission.