Refer to product manufacturer for warranty details. Nissan Limited Warranty does not cover damages or failures to the vehicle caused by improper installation or alterations of any Nissan approved accessory or component.
Intelligent All- Wheelie cannot prevent collisions or provide enhanced traction in all conditions. Please see Owner’s Manual for important feature information.
Always monitor traffic conditions and keep both hands on the steering wheel. System operates only when lane markings are detected.
System has limited control capability and the driver may need to steer, brake or accelerate at any time to maintain safety. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road status.
Asked by Tia Atwood in Providence, RI on August 29, 2018 As I've said before, I live in a snowy area and I want my son's car to be able to handle our local weather.
Body Style: Sport Utility Wheelbase (in. ): 68.5 Rear Defrost Privacy Glass (Optional) Power Windows Rear Spoiler Base Curb Weight (lbs.
Alarm Back-Up Camera Cruise Control Vehicle Anti-Theft System Auto-Off Headlights Interior Cargo Shade (Optional) Luggage Rack (Optional) Adjustable Steering Wheel Controls Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel (Optional) Trip Computer Intermittent Wipers Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers Keyless Entry Power Door Locks Heated Mirrors (Optional) Power Mirrors Driver Vanity Mirror Passenger Vanity Mirror Power Steering Passenger Capacity: 5 Passenger Volume (cu. ): 52.1 Cargo Volume to Seat 1 (cu.
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Though Nissan introduced an all-new Rogue two years ago that offers improved fuel economy, more amenities and fresher design, the brand continues to sell this older-style for one major reason: pricing. With a starting cost around $21,000, the Rogue Select is nearly $3,000 below its newer sibling.
Perhaps sales of the old Rogue were so strong Nissan just couldn’t let a good thing go. Cute, cable and priced under $21K, the Rogue Select offers a bare-bones alternative to newer and more expensive compact SUVs.
In the Rogue’s cabin, you’ll find a stylish atmosphere full of everything you need to relax and enjoy your drives. The dashboard’s touch-screen display is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you can create the best hands-free experience.