Last post on Jan 01, 2011 at 3:13 PM
You are in the Nissan Rogue
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Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Car Comparisons, SUV
#129 of 139 Re: 2008 Nissan Rogue SL [jeep53]
May 27, 2010 (3:15 am)
How do you find the blind spot that I've read so much about lately??
I have no problem with the "so called" blind spot. If you have all three mirrors adjusted correctly there are no issues.
Do you find it drives smooth at highway speeds?
Very much so... The CVT transmission is great.
As I stated I work out of my Rogue and drive it 300 - 500 miles a week. At 40,000 miles I have had no issues at all.... Great vehicle..
#130 of 139 Rogue vs. Murano
May 29, 2010 (9:10 am)
Hi. I've been doing some research online about the Nissan Rogue and Murano. I like the Murano a little better style wise, even though they are similar. I know the Rogue is a lot less money than the Murano. However, I would be looking at a 2008 loaded Rogue versus a 2007 loaded Murano. The '07 Murano is around $2,000 more than the '98 Rogue. The Murano is a bigger SUV with more power. If anyone out there has an opinions on which way they would go, I would love to hear from you. It's almost a toss up at this point for me. From what I've seen, the only thing the '07 Murano SL didn't offer at that time was bluetooth, which I have now on my other car and love. The '08 Rogue offers it on their top model. I appreciate any comments. Thanks!!!
#131 of 139 Re: Rogue vs. Murano [jeep53]
May 30, 2010 (10:41 am)
What are you using the cars for? Commuting? Large or small family? Do a lot of high-speed highway driving or more in-town scooting around?
#132 of 139 Re: Rogue vs. Murano [thegraduate]
May 30, 2010 (7:20 pm)
I would be using the car mainly for going back and forth to work and also on weekend trips. I know the Murano is bigger than the Rogue. Either one would be fine size wise. I like the looks of both, but I give the edge to the Murano. However, I'm not sure if it's worth the extra money. Thanks for your reply. Any other input you have would be appreciated.
#133 of 139 Rogue vs Murano
May 30, 2010 (9:02 pm)
Check out the gas mileage differential - believe it is rather substantial in favor of the Rogue. BTW, have you checked out the insurance rates?
I love the CVT on my '08 Altima and am seriously considering a Rogue.....
#134 of 139 Re: Rogue vs Murano [godeacs]
May 31, 2010 (8:37 am)
Your're right about the Rogue having better gas mileage. I haven't checked the insurance out yet. I would probably look for a 2008 SL model if I can find one for around $21,000 or so. Thanks again for your replies. Any other info would be appreciated!!
#135 of 139 Re: Rogue vs Murano [jeep53]
Jun 01, 2010 (5:13 am)
If you do a lot of highway running the extra power the V6 Murano will provide may be worth the mileage penalty to you. Test drive them both on the highway, and don't be afraid to give it the boot to pass, and see how each performs. Around town both will feel plenty quick, but on the highway, the Rogue may lack power noticeably compared to the bigger-engined Murano.
#136 of 139 Re: 2008 Nissan Rogue SL [jeep53]
Jun 01, 2010 (7:43 am)
I've been doing a lot of reading on Edmunds and other sites comparing the Nissan Rogue to the Honda CR-V and Toyota Rav 4. Between the three cars, I like the look of the Rogue. There seem to be advantages and disavantages between all three. I'm leaning towards purchasing the Rogue in the near future. I haven't had any problems with any of my Nissans. If there is anyone out there who bought a Rogue, I would love to hear from you about the pros and cons. I appreciate any input. Thanks!!
Before you make any kind of decision, test drive both, preferably one after the other. We did a few weeks ago, and if you drive the Rogue and CR-V back to back, you will notice how much cruder and less refined Rogue is. CR-V is akin to a luxury vehicle, while Rogue clearly shows its economy base car roots.
With some negotiations, you may be able to erase the price differential between the Rogue and the CR-V.
We drove Rogue 360 and CR-V EX, both in AWD trim.
#137 of 139 Re: 2008 Nissan Rogue SL [blueiedgod]
Jun 01, 2010 (10:17 am)
Thanks for your reply. I appreciate it. My driving will be mixed pretty much. However, quite a bit of highway driving, too. I would think the Murano would be more comfortable but I really don't know that. But better gas mileage the Rogue gets is a big plus, too. I guess I will have to test drive both and see if the extra money is worth it on the Murano. Comfort is a big thing with me, too, on long trips.
Right now I have an '08 Sentra SL fully loaded which has been a nice car. No problems in the two plus years I've had it. I just miss the SUV I used to have for hauling things and more space in general. My lease will be up in about 8 months so I have some time yet. Thanks again.
#138 of 139 2011 Rogue changes
Jun 22, 2010 (12:37 pm)
The 2011 Nissan Rogue is scheduled to go on sale in September 2010.
Revisions for 2011 include:
New front fascia and grille, front spoiler, rear spoiler, chrome license plate finisher, door side guard molding with chrome accent trim
New front and rear tire deflectors, underbody cover and lower rolling-resistance 17-inch tires
New center cluster, meters and drive computer on all models
New seat cloth (Rogue S models)
Mood lighting, rear heater ducts, outside temperature display, driver’s seat manual lifter, additional 12-volt power outlet (now two), driver’s seatback pocket, cargo light and illuminated visor vanity mirror added to Rogue S
One-touch auto up power function added to Rogue S driver’s window
New 4.3-inch color display audio system with USB interface added to Rogue SV
New Navigation Package with 5-inch color touch screen and XM NavTraffic® capability (SD card-based) available on Rogue SV Packages
New USP port in center console on Rogue SV
Rogue S adds new 2DIN audio, iPod® connection, MP3/auxiliary/RDS and speed-sensitive volume control
RearView Monitor added to Rogue SV
Rogue SV model replaces the previous Rogue SL
New SL Package added, with leather-appointed seats, heated front seats and outside mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, navigation system with 5-inch color touch screen display, Bose® audio system with seven speakers and subwoofer, automatic auto on/off headlights, power glass moonroof, automatic air conditioning system and front fog lights
Premium Package available for SV model, with navigation system, power glass moonroof, automatic air conditioning system and automatic on/off headlights
18-inch chrome wheels added to Krom™ Edition
Four new exterior colors: Pearl White, Cayenne Red, Frosted Steel and Black Amethyst