Zero gravity seats
Inside the Rogue, you can definitely dial up that premium luxury feel. The SL trim level is outfitted well, with dual-zone climate control and heated leather front seats. There is an available intelligent Around View camera, door-to-door navigation with 3D building graphics and a 9-speaker Bose premium sound system. You can even get memory settings on the front seats and zero gravity front seats made to reduce fatigue.
There is only one engine option offered, unless you go for the hybrid Rogue or the Rogue Sport. It’s a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder good for 170 hp. All-wheel drive is optional and the front-wheel-drive Rogue returns an impressive 33 miles per gallon on the highway.
On the technology front, Nissan is really taking it to the next level. The SL trim level has available ProPILOT Assist. This advanced technology does just what it says: assists in keeping the car a good distance from the car in front of you and bringing the car to a full stop if necessary.
70 cu ft.
In terms of cargo space, the Rogue offers 39.3 cu ft. behind the rear seats and a generous 70 cu ft. with the rear seats folded flat. The rear space also has the Divide and Hide Cargo system, which has an adjustable set of dividers and shelves, giving you some options.
Like mentioned before, the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder is the only engine Nissan offers, with the exception of the those offered for the Rogue Sport or the hybrid. It would be nice, however, if they offered another option with a bit more power.
Not only is this one of Nissan’s top sellers, it’s also one of the best-selling SUVs in the U.S. It may be time for you to test drive one and see why so many people are flocking to the 2018 Nissan Rogue.