Nissan Rogue 2010 is a 4-door, 5-passenger sport-utility, available in 6 variants, namely the S 2WD, S AWD, SL 2WD, SL AWD, S 2WD Krom, S AWD Krom.
The Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan.The Nissan Rogue made its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January 7, 2007.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the Rogue exactly in the middle of the 27 "affordable compact" SUVs they rated; its highest marks were for its safety features, while its lowest ratings were for its predicted reliability.
Nissan Rogue 2010 SPECIFICATIONS (Note: Some Spec might varies with variants):Body style(s): 4 Door SUV
Complete specifications: Specifications of Nissan Rogue 2010
Colors: Gotham Gray Metallic,Indigo Blue Metallic,Phantom White Pearl,Silver Ice Metallic,Venom Red Pearl,Wicked Black
Fuel Capacity:(gal) 22/27
Website: Nissan Rogue 2010 US
Nissan Rogue - What the Auto Press Says
The 2010 Nissan Rogue ranks 16 out of 24 Affordable Compact SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of 32 published reviews and test drives of the Nissan Rogue, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.
Introduced in 2008, the Nissan Rogue is a decent value within its class. Its pleasant on-pavement ride, great cargo versatility, better-than-average fuel economy and affordable price trump many class competitors and make it worth a look. Still, without a V6 engine option, it falls short on power.
With a sticker price just over $20,000, the five-passenger Rogue is one of the more affordable compact SUVs. Its 22/27 mpg rating also places it in the top half of its class for fuel economy. "Overall, Rogue's competitors are quieter and more refined, but this compact Nissan gets points for sleek styling and high levels of interior functionality," says Consumer Guide. "If you can live with Rogue's sometimes harsh ride, this little Nissan might make sense."
Other SUVs to Consider
Though the Rogue's value makes it a good choice for families, there are even cheaper and more efficient options available. Value-seekers should check out the Jeep Patriot (which offers off-road capabilities) and Compass, which cost less than $19,000 and boast 23/28 mpg ratings. Unfortunately, like the Rogue, these don't offer V6 engines.
For more power, consider the Toyota RAV4, Kia Sorento and Dodge Nitro, all of which offer V6s. Remember, however, that you'll have to spend a bit more (at least $21,000), and fuel economy won't be as good.
Details: Nissan Rogue
The only addition the Rogue sees for 2010 is a 360 Value Package for the base model. It adds exterior features including a chrome grille, rear spoiler and 16-inch alloy wheels. The new model is priced only $120 more than the 2009 Rogue. Be sure to check out this month's Nissan Deals to see if any discounts or incentives are available on the Rogue.
The Rogue is available in two trims -- the base S and upscale SL -- in either front- or all-wheel drive.
- "On its first try, Nissan has produced a good-looking and spirited small SUV. It doesn't have a third row or optional V-6 power, but there are plenty of small-SUV buyers who desire neither feature. The Rogue has the rest of the small-sport-ute checklist covered." -- Car and Driver
- "Without any real standout quality, the Rogue has a hard time making a case for itself in the panoply of competitors." -- Automobile Magazine
- "Overall, the Rogue is a fun, sporty and cool-looking compact crossover." -- Popular Mechanics
- "Bottom line: If you need rugged, off-road capability, get an Xterra. If you want a kinder, gentler station wagon that you don't have to call a station wagon, get the Rogue." -- Orlando Sentinel
- "The Rogue just barely manages to meet our performance expectations for a crossover SUV in its price range, and falls short when it comes to cabin tech." -- CNET