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2014 Nissan Rogue Detailed Review and Road Test

The compact crossover segment is a crowded one with more than 16 options that start around $22,000. Of course “compact” is a relative term with several options in this segment expanding to seat 7. The Nissan Rogue is the latest CUV to grow an extra pair of seats joining the CR-V, Journey, Sportage and Tucson as the main 7-seat options for small crossover shoppers.

Nissan continues to focus on the “meat” of the segment with a single engine and transmission on offer, bundled options packages and a reduce number of trim levels. Pricing ranges from $22,490 to just over $32,000 depending on how you configure your Rogue.

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