Model Spotlight: Used Nissan Rogue
Since its initial launch, the Nissan Rogue has been lauded as a comfortable family ride at a price that won’t break the bank; a trend that has continued as it’s moved into the used SUV market. This compact SUV has evolved in recent years with an influx of new design elements, technology, and offered safety systems while still staying true to its roots.
Wall Drivers Are in Control of Their SUV
One element that attracts drivers to used Nissan Rogue models is its reliable engines. Some models like the 2016 Nissan Rogue have a 170-horsepower four-cylinder engine, which delivers enough power for city driving and makes the Rogue an ideal choice for Brick and Toms River commuters. This 2016 compact SUV has been rated one of the highest in fuel economy, and boasts 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway.
Those interested in technology will be satisfied to find that older models, such as the 2015 Nissan Rogue, have an available NissanConnect infotainment system which allows drivers to access apps like Facebook and TripAdvisor from the multimedia screen. Newer Nissan Rogue models offer hands-free Text Messaging Assistant and Siri Eyes Free to help drivers focus on the road while still staying connected to their families.
How Many Seats Are in the Nissan Rogue
The Nissan Rogue typically seats up to five passengers, but those who need seating for more will be pleased to discover the Nissan family package. This package adds a third row with seating for an additional two people, bringing the max seating capacity up to seven passengers. Our Brick area used car dealer offers plenty of used Nissan Rogue models with a third row seating option.
The Rogue offers passengers of all ages plenty of room to spread out with its EZ Flex Seating System. With sliding and reclining second and available third row seats, kids in the back have ample room to relax and enjoy the ride to grandma’s house. Parents will also love the 60/40 second row and 50/50 rear seat split that can be folded flat to an ample 70.0 cubic feet of cargo room and allows them to configure their Rogue any way they please.
Nissan Rogue Safety Ratings
Parents can rest easy knowing their families will be safe in the Nissan Rogue. Scoring well in crash tests, the National High Traffic Safety Administration also awarded the Nissan Rogue a Top Safety Pick consistently from 2015 to 2018. Introduced and available on Nissan Rogue models as early as 2012, the rearview backup camera helps drivers stay alert. For even better awareness of the SUV’s surroundings a 360-degree camera, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, moving object detection, and forward collision warning are also available on newer models.
Contact Automotive Avenues today with any questions about the availability of one of our used Nissan Rogue models, or schedule a test drive by calling (732) 751-4017.