2011 nissan rogue fuel economy

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Landing somewhere between a tall wagon and an SUV, the Rogue aims at those who want the fuel-efficiency and maneuverability of a small car, combined with the space and comfort and versatility of a utility vehicle. The Rogue gets something of a mid-cycle design refresh for , but you'd have to look hard to see the differences. That's fine, as the Rogue's sleek, rakish design still looks fresh. Its proportions appear wider and longer than it actually is from the outside, and few would guess that the Rogue is actually based on the compact Sentra sedan. Up close, cues from the larger Murano give it a hint of upscale. New wheels, added chrome accents, and new front and rear spoilers go a long way toward enforcing that.

2011 Nissan Rogue

Nissan Rogue Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos - The Car Connection

This is the Nissan Rogue, refreshed and repackaged with a tiny bit more fuel economy. Why there? So there. The number of possible paint colors doubles from four to eight. Inside, a redesigned instrument panel and center stack join new seat upholstery and ambient lighting. Fuel economy improves a tick thanks to low-rolling-resistance tires on all but the base S models , an underbody tray, and new air deflectors in front of each wheel well.

2011 Nissan Rogue MPG

For , Rogue will be available in three models, rather than the two available previously. Each Rogue comes with a standard 2. Rogue also offers a long list of standard safety features including front seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags and roof-mounted curtain supplemental air bags. Aggressive Design and Attitude For , the Rogue features a new Chrome License Plate Finisher and a rear spoiler, adding to the exterior that was designed to present an image of modern sophistication - both aggressive and sporty.
For more information visit: www. Department of Energy and the U. Environmental Protection Agency. This vehicle did not use any gasoline for the first 21 miles in EPA tests.