2010 Nissan Rogue

    (5 Reviews)


    2010 Nissan Rogue Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Nissan Rogue

    • The continuously variable transmission works well with the engine, quickly switching to an appropriate ratio for the driving conditions.

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    What reviewers liked least about the Nissan Rogue

    • The ride allows for a lot of road feel and can become harsh on rough and irregular surfaces. Road imperfections and engine sounds intrude into the cabin.

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    Nissan Rogue Comparisons

    • Nissan's entry is an agreeable vehicle, but it's a latecomer to this segment. Without any real standout quality, the Rogue has a hard time making a case for itself in the panoply of competitors.

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    Best one-liner about the Nissan Rogue

    • The Rogue is meant as a daily commuter, not an off-road adventure vehicle. Its all-wheel-drive system is intended for snow and rain, not rocks and mud. A so-called crossover, it's based on an economy-car platform.

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