Used 2013 Nissan Rogue SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Nissan Rogue SUV Crossover

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 Pros Fantastic fuel-economy at 23 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.

 Pros Optional all-wheel drive.

 Pros Surprisingly refined passenger cabin.

 Pros Smooth and composed ride.

 Pros Small turning circle.

 Pros Folding front passenger seat allows for transport of long items like surfboard, skis and ladders.

 Pros Comfortable front seats.

 Pros CVT shifts flawlessly.

 Pros Attractive exterior styling.

 Pros Affordable price will be attractive to lower budgets.

 Pros Scored “Good” in front and side-impact crash tests.

 Pros Clever under-floor storage compartment.

 Cons Curvaceous styling does dictate blind spots.

 Cons Small four-cylinder does not offer much confidence for accelerating or passing on the highway.

 Cons Minimal towing capacity.

 Cons Rear seat is very uncomfortable. Even kids will be disappointed.

 Cons Noisy cabin, especially on the highway.

 Cons “Acceptable” rating when tested for roof-strength.

 Cons Navigation system only uses a 5-inch screen, which is smaller than most competitors.

 Cons Standard radio is weak, so you are practically forced to order a package for the Bose® system.

 Cons No V6 option is available.

 Cons Curved body hinders cargo capacity, as it is hard to load wider gear.