2016 Nissan Rogue Features
Tennessee is a big producer of the Nissan Rogue, and for this year’s model, plants in South Korea and Japan will be sending this popular vehicle to the United States to meet consumer demands. This compact SUV has become one of the top-selling SUV’s over the years and with good reason. You will find a number of new additions and improvements in this year’s model, and the 2016 Nissan Rogue can be found now at your favorite Nashville dealerships.
One of the most exciting new features you’ll find in the 2016 Rogue SL is Siri Eyes Free as part of the SV Premium Package and standard on SL models, which also have NissanConnect Services powered by SiriusXM. A new exterior color, Magnetic Black, has been listed to the exterior color choices, and some of the Rogue trims have body-colored outside mirrors with integrated turn signals and chrome door handles which add a sleek, stylish look.
For added safety, the Rogue’s Blind Spot Warning available in the SV Premium/SL Premium switches from a camera-based to a radar-based system, which enhances its reliability and gives the driver the peace of you mind you want while driving around your precious cargo.
When you first lay eyes on the new Nissan Rogue, you will certainly notice it’s sleek new look. The front end is conservative yet modern, the sides feature interesting character lines, and the overall look is more “upscale” than ever before. The interior is better organized and finished in attractive, higher-quality materials as well.
The Rogue has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder and continuously variable transmission (CVT) as its first generation did, and its all-independent suspension and power steering give it a nice ride.
On the 2016 Nissan Rogue, 17″wheels with all-season tires are standard; 18” wheels are an option on the top trim of the Nissan Rogue.
Inside, the Rogue offers plenty of seating comfort with dense seat foam for added comfort. The front seats have heating controls that warm up in more sensitive contact areas, and a power driver’s seat is available, but while there’s no power for the front passenger seat, though it does fold down for more carrying capacity. Second-row passengers have a good amount of space due to sliding and reclining seats.
The main Nissan Rogue competitors include the Ford Escape, Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, but with sales up over 50% last year for the Rogue, Nissan is pretty confident that the Rogue will continue to lead the pack in its class of compact SUV.