2014 Nissan Rogue Review
We’ll cover the 2014 nissan rogue review‘s XTRONIC CVT(r) transmission, 2.5L inline-four engine, Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system, and Price, among other things. But we’ll also talk about its interior, which features a more handsome and better-quality design. The interior is designed for quick perception, not for a wildly asymmetrical design.
XTRONIC CVT(r) transmission
A new suite of dynamic technologies on the 2014 Nissan Rogue Review makes driving safer and more enjoyable. The XTRONIC CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) simulates conventional transmission shifts. Active Trace Control helps prevent collisions and improves traction, while Blind Spot Warning and Lane Departure Warning offer added protection. The Nissan Rogue’s suspension is equipped with four-wheel independent suspension and Electric Power-assisted steering. It also comes standard with an Active Engine Braking system and Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.
The XTRONIC CVT is capable of up to 40 percent fuel economy improvements and promises to reduce friction losses by as much as 10 percent. This transmission also promises a wider range of gear ratio coverage and a manual mode that puts power at the driver’s fingertips. However, it does require a special procedure known as clutch point relearn, which requires manual intervention. The manual procedure requires a complete clearance of the clutch before the repair can begin.
2.5L inline-four engine
The new 2014 Nissan Rogue Review has been redesigned to be a more upscale and comfortable crossover. While it still shares its name with a Honda, the Rogue now has a broomed grille, angled chrome bars, and LED running lights. The Rogue’s side sculpting has been lifted from the Juke, and the taillights are reminiscent of the Mazda CX-5. This model’s interior is very well finished, and it provides ample cargo space.
The engine is an unchanged 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine that still gets good gas mileage. It still produces 170-horsespower and boasts a continuously variable transmission (CVT), but it doesn’t feel as quick as the outgoing model. It’s a surprisingly fuel-efficient engine, but it’s also gruff and not as responsive under load. The CVT, on the other hand, helps it maintain higher revs while the vehicle accelerates to catch up.
Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system
The 2014 Nissan Rogue Review’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system is designed to maximize fuel efficiency. It can also reduce braking distances and conserve power by redirecting torque to the front wheels when necessary. The AWD system can be adjusted to distribute power to different wheels to improve control and handling. The Rogue’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system is available with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models.
The Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system found in the Nissan Rogue 2014 helps the vehicle perform better on slippery roads. When traction is lost, the system automatically distributes power to the front wheels, reducing fuel consumption and increasing efficiency. The Nissan Rogue’s Intelligent AWD system can help improve control of the vehicle even during slippery conditions in Hewitt. It also provides error messages when the system is not performing as intended.
The fuel economy of the 2014 Nissan Rogue Review is excellent. EPA-certified fuel economy ratings are 26/33/28 mpg city/highway/combined, with an even lower number for AWD models. This gives the Rogue a margin of around two to three mpg over the comparable cars in the class. The only comparable models are the Mazda CX-5 and the CVT-equipped Subaru Forester.
The price of the 2014 Nissan Rogue Review will be among the cheapest compact SUVs on the market. Starting at just $23,350 CDN (including destination fee), the base Rogue is priced just under twenty thousand dollars. Other competitors in the compact SUV segment are priced below twenty-three thousand dollars. For that price, the Rogue has more standard equipment, a nice interior, and a decent amount of standard technology and advanced safety features. However, the 2014 Nissan Rogue has more mechanical issues than most of its rivals.
The base model, the Rogue Select, starts at less than $21,000 and does not come with many optional features. It comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission and is EPA-certified at 28 mpg highway. Its gasoline mileage is below average compared to most new SUVs, with some newer models boasting mileage estimates in the low 30-mpg range. But the price for an automatic transmission SUV can reach $23,000!