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How about experiencing an SUV test drive sitting on your comfortable couch at home? Pacing with the times and owing to inadequacy of time in hand, Nissan marketing unit has hit the web with an all new fresh idea. Nissan has come up with a decked up interactive website for those who love to try out new adventures. This website is hosted as a part of a marketing campaign of its new launch SUV 2014 Nissan Rogue. The car is a redesigned midsize crossover that is loaded with numerable features.
The website enables the user to virtually test drive the SUV and to take a look at all its features in person. The test drive can be taken on any of the smartphone, computer or a tablet. Nissan marketing department has made sure that the website’s interface is compatible with all browsers.
How can you test drive on a website?
It is a user friendly website with some easy navigation keys. It also works well for those who are not that tech savvy. The user just has to simply choose the start and end point of the test drive. With the help of Google Street Drive and Maps, you can take a test drive in any part of the world be it hills or the charismatic coast line drive. Foot tapping numbers of the British recording artist and rapper M.I.A accentuate the whole experience of the test drive. The virtual drive is designed such that it offers the users places where the car stops and gives them time to explore the diverse features of the car. This helps the users to take a closer look and thus become the potential buyers of the Nissan Rogue 2014.
Besides stopping at various points, the drive is simply like a video game wherein the user has all the controls of the brand new SUV. All the advance features of the newly launched Nissan Rogue 2014 are highlighted inside the car during the test drive helping the users to pay attention to their usage while driving.
Below are the Nissan Rogue’s noteworthy features which can be of great use a probable buyer.
2014 Nissan Rogue significant features:
- Touchscreen audio system
- Automatic climate control system
- LED daytime running lights
- Push-button start
- Leather-trimmed seats and seat covers
- Panoramic sunroof
The test drive ends by giving a picturesque view of the destination point with the all the new 2014 Nissan Rogue in front of it.
The song played through the test drive can be downloaded from the website which serves as a gift from the Nissan. This also leaves the users in a good mood while they move away from the page. Also, the link can be shared onto different social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. to let your friends all experience the virtual drive.
You must be wondering whether a virtual test drive of this fully loaded SUV be an expedient one. The answer would be visit the website and experience it yourself. Happy journey!!
It has been almost seven years since Nissan last staked a claim to be the newest pursuing suburban dead ends. To boast the tag for once again, 2014 Nissan Rogue is getting a makeover. Arriving in November, 2014 Nissan Rogue will be priced just above $23,000 and will be welcomed part of a new global family of Renault and Nissan vehicles. Globally, Rogue will be displaying glimpses of the Nissan X-Trail and in further iterations the design of the stylish SUV will spawn some more Renault and Nissan vehicles. The new features boasted by the 2014 Nissan Rogue include a first-time three row seat with a more flexible seating system and a cargo organizing setup with 18 possible configurations.
Flaunting a completely new styling theme, the Rogue now has dressed up its familiar size with more appealing surfaces. Just like Honda, Nissan has evolved positively taking baby steps to remove the odder add-ons of the past. For instance, the last Rogue’s skewed grilles have been replaced by a more conventional grille option with vertical bars braced by LED running lamps. The sculpting on the sides makes it easy to mote the striking influence from the wild Juke. The recent Nissan Resonance concept doesn’t mark much of its presence but the shape still manages to push the Rogue’s corners in more reminiscent directions as compared to the blander first generation crossover.
The Rogue makes its comeback with a 2.5 liter four cylinder engine and Nissan’s signature continuously variable transmission that was also seen in the first generation crossover. Still producing 170 horsepower, the compact crossover is claimed to be, by the brand, at the top of the niche with 175 pound feet of torque. The efficiency is going to improve by 10 percent. The 2014 Rogue will feature all-independent suspension and electric power steering assisting in controlling the funky ride. What’s more new is the Active Ride Control that directs the CVT and the engine responses to smoothen the ride in case you encounter a bumpy road. The standard Rogue is set to sport 17 inch wheels while 18 inchers are an option on the top Rogue.
Just like Nissan Altima, the Rogue is promised to offer its passengers with better seating comforts with especially dense seat foams and more room for the backseat passengers all due to the sliding and reclining second row seats. The most unusual addition is the third row seat since there is not much of an increment in the passenger space. But because of the fact that the second row can be adjusted on a 9-inch long track, the third row seat could be a bit of a surprise, potent with some fine amount of leg room.
Nissan Rogue 2014 is a straight competition to the 2014 Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Chevrolet Equinox and Toyota Rav4. With a completely new and striking design, the promising Nissan engine and transmission and the new promised interior comfort, 2014 Nissan Rogue has quite some capability to stir up trouble in the market and keep the honor of having the oldest model in a hot vehicle segment like compact crossovers for the brand by being Essentially Nissan.