2014 Nissan Rogue Offers More Safety and Room at Same Accessible Price

Prospective crossover drivers will be familiar with the reputation of the Nissan Rogue for its stylish looks, impressive driving dynamics, and fuel economy. If not, don't fret. We'll give you a refresher.

The Rogue is all-new for the 2014 model year, featuring an even snazzier look, fronted by a new fascia and LED daytime running lights. There have also been some changes made to the back end, too, including wrap-around headlights intended to improve aerodynamics and fuel economy.

For 2014, an entire suite of sensory cameras will be available to further enhance your driving experience. The new crossover offers Blind Spot Warning, Forward Collision Warning, and Moving Object detection for your safety. Also, the Around View Monitor, which offers 360 degrees of coverage, will also be added to the Rogue this model year.

Around View, it is worthy of note, is available on a whole host of other new Nissan models, such as the Altima and Versa Note.

Also new for 2014 is the addition of an optional third row, increasing the Rogue's capacity to seven.

With all of these new features, you might wonder if there's anything familiar at all. We've got good news for you, there. The Rogue's accessible starting MSRP of $22,490 is still there, along with its best-in-class 26 mpg city, 33 mpg highway fuel economy.

The new Rogue will join the lineup shortly here at Ron Sayer Nissan. In the meantime, we can further help you with the research process by answering any questions you may have. Drop by our showroom in Idaho Falls, ID for a one-on-one consultation, or contact us by phone or through our website.

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