The Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover SUV first introduced by Nissan in 2007 for the 2008 model year. Though the Rogue replaced the X-Trail in Canada and other markets, and the Xterra in Mexico, it did not replace any vehicles in Nissan’s U.S. lineup – it was simply added to the existing models already on sale. Currently in its second generation (which debuted in 2014), the first-generation Rogue wasn’t a big hit, but it also wasn’t a dud, either – though priced lower than the Murano SUV, and offering a less-powerful engine and less cargo space, the Rogue still sold well in the United States, warranting two different model-year updates in 2011 and 2013, before Nissan decided to introduce a second-generation model for the 2014 model year. You can learn more about the Rogue via this helpful link.
The current second-generation Rogue comes available in three different trim levels (the first-generation came in two). The entry-level trim line is known as the S, and features a 170hp engine capable of 26 city/33 hwy miles per gallon, with seating for up to seven people (depending on upgrades). The S features LED daytime-running lights, a Bluetooth-powered hands-free phone system, RearView monitor system, advance-drive-assist capabilities, and Nissan’s Divide-N-Hide cargo system. The SV, the next in line, features all the S does, as well as 17″ aluminum-alloy wheels, push-start ignition, dual-zone automatic temperature control and a five-way powered driver’s seat. The SL is the highest-priced trim level, features all the SV does including additional features such as 18″ aluminum-alloy wheels, Nissan’s in-house navigation system, around-view monitor capabilities and leather-appointed seats, standard. The S starts at $22,790, the SV $24,990 and the SL 28,280.
The Rogue is one of the smallest crossover SUV’s that Nissan currently sells, and its size will have a direct impact on your auto transportation services, namely the price. As a compact crossover, it’s even smaller than a compact SUV – this makes it easier and cheaper for you to ship as the weight is much lower than standard sport utility vehicles. Weight plays a major role in the price of your car shipping services, and that’s why normal coupes and sedans cost the cheapest. Standard cars most always are priced the same; it’s when you get into the pickup trucks, vans and SUV’s that prices tend to vary on size. Luckily, if you’re shipping a Rogue you’re shipping one of the smallest SUV’s in Nissan’s lineup, and that should reflect in your (lower) price.
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