Used 2018 Nissan Rogue SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2018 Nissan Rogue SUV Crossover

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� Good brakes that will ensure a safe stopping distance. � ProPILOT Assist is an advanced driver assistance system that aids in safer driving. � High safety ratings from notable testing organizations. � Comfortable seats and smooth ride quality even if the trip becomes lengthy. � Spacious interior and ample seat adjustment to provide enough room. � Leather and trim quality is pleasant to the touch at this price point. � The Bose sound system and with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto offer a premium infotainment experience. � Divide-and-Hide system allows for better allocation of cargo space.� The engine's performance is underwhelming and sufficient at best for everyday use. � The continuous variable transmission is not responsive enough for a sportier experience. � The handling is hampered by heavier steering that is not suited for spirited driving. � Advanced safety technologies are only available in SL trim. � Surprisingly the SL trim that was tested has less seating capacity than the S and SV trim. � Upscale materials for the interior are only available in pricier SL trim package options. � Top-of-the-line trim and package options become a significant increase in price.