2015 Nissan Rogue Review, Specs and Price

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2015 Nissan Rogue Changes

2015 model year didn’t bring much surprises, in fact, as we expected new Rogue got only minor upgrades. Main reason for this low level of changes is its last year big redesign, when this SUV got a lot of novelties. Changes for latest model year include new Eco drive mode, as well as additional standard and package features.

The Nissan Rogue was redesigned for last year–at least one version of it. You can still find a 2015 version of the previous-generation Rogue on the road today. It’s called the Rogue Select, and it’s intended only for rental fleets. The newer version of the Rogue you can buy is now only a year old, and it’s more stylish and more spacious. Our recommendation is that you skip past the old version if it’s offered to you–the 2015 Rogue is a significantly better product, and it earns class-leading fuel economy.

The first thing you’ll notice with this current generation of Nissan Rogue is the handsome styling. Gone are the wild grille treatments, replaced by something a little more conservative and considerably more contemporary. The front and rear of the crossover are both more interesting and modern, and the overall look is one that feels less economical. The interior is better organized and finished in attractive, higher-quality materials.

2015 Nissan Rogue will feature price increase compared to a last year model, but we can’t claim whether it will be significant or only minor boost, due to the fact that price tags are not released yet. However, its safety features are definitely on a high level. Dual-front, front side and full-length side curtain airbags are part of standard safety equipment, as well as traction and stability control systems.

2015 Nissan Rogue Interior

2015 Nissan Rogue Price

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2015 Nissan Rogue Features

2015 Nissan Rogue Specs

2015 Nissan Rogue comes with bunch of utility features, but that’s not all this compact crossover SUV has to offer. Great and modern styling will attract you instantly, and its interior and finishing touches will keep your attention. Small broadening of the wheelbase made a huge space difference on the inside. Few practical solutions, such as the fact that door now opens more widely, also has a great effect on buyers who prefer practicality when choosing their car. High quality materials make the inside look and feel luxurious and comfortable. List of standard features on the base trim includes power locks and windows, an AM/FM/CD player with a USB input, Bluetooth connection with audio streaming and a rearview camera.

Nissan has delivered a more handsomely finished interior, one with higher-quality materials. It’s not damning it with faint praise, to call it elegantly ordinary. It’s laid out for quick perception, with round knobs for climate control and audio framing a center stack with an LCD monitor, and a cowl over the gauges balanced out by a slight dip over a pair of slim vents. It’s not wildly conceived with all-touch interfaces or asymmetrical lines or a shower of single-function buttons and we’re kind of in love with it for that reason.

The entry-level Rogue S is fitted as standard with air conditioning, power windows and locks, a four-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with AUX and USB inputs, Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming, hands-free text messaging assistant, a rearview camera, a 5.0-inch instrument cluster-mounted info display, auto off headlights, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and 17-inch steel wheels with hubcaps.

To those features, the SV adds or substitutes dual-zone automatic climate control, an upgraded sound system with SiriusXM satellite radio, roof rails, auto on/off headlights, NissanConnect Apps, a power-adjustable driver’s seat and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Nissan’s done a positively Honda-like job in the past few years, evolving styling in gradual steps to remove the odder flourishes of the past. Remember the last Rogue’s crazy grille treatments?… They’re broomed. There’s a more straightforward grille bracketed by angled chrome bars and braced by LED running lamps. The side and fender sculpting’s borrowed some lessons from the wild Juke and clearly has seen the latest Santa Fe and CX-5, from the look of the chamfered taillamps. All the details push the Rogue’s corners in more evocative directions than the plainer first-generation crossover.

The influence of the current Nissan Altima’s success is almost tangible inside the 2015 Nissan Rogue. The styling has gone mainstream, and the addition of plenty of technology steals some of the value proposition from Nissan’s Korean competitors.

The base Rogue S comes with all of the basics you’d absolutely need power mirrors, windows, and locks; radio with AM/FM/CD and USB; a rearview camera; and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Rogue SV  gains 17-inch wheels; satellite radio; a power driver seat; automatic climate control; pushbutton start; and NissanConnect, which enables use of smartphone apps like Pandora. This connectivity kit is one of the easier systems you’ll find in the class, with more limited functionality but plainer operation than the befuddled Ford setup, for example. SV Premium models get heated cloth seats for 2015.

The base Rogue S comes with power windows, locks, and mirrors; an AM/FM/CD player with a USB port; Bluetooth with audio streaming; and a rearview camera. The Rogue SV adds 17-inch wheels; a power driver seat; satellite radio; automatic climate control; pushbutton start; and NissanConnect, which enables use of smartphone apps like Pandora.

2015 Nissan Rogue Engine

2015 Nissan Rogue Engine

2015 Nissan Rogue is available in three trim levels including S, SV and SL. All variations are run by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired to a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). Both front and all-wheel-drive are available, and 2015 Rogue has impressive fuel economy rates with both versions. FWD Rogue is rated at 26/33/28 mpg city/hwy/combined, while AWD models provide nearly the same rates, 25/32/28 mpg. 2015 Rogue’s handling and overall comfort is enhanced with several systems including Active Trace Control and Active Ride Control, as part of its standard equipment.

All Rogue models are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder motor that produces 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque. With the help of an efficient continuously variable transmission (CVT), the Rogue is capable of returning an impressive 26 mpg in the city, 33 highway and 28 mpg combined, second only the Mazda CX-5 among compact crossovers.

Handling has improved over past generations for the 2015 Nissan Rogue, but that four-cylinder engine remains as buzzy as it ever has been. New for this year, the Rogue comes with an Eco mode, which should keep it from revving out quite as much.

The Rogue makes up serious ground in its gas mileage and handling. The EPA rated last year’s model with both front-drive and all-wheel-drive at 28 mpg combined, with the front-drive model earning a 33-mpg highway rating. However, we haven’t seen if the EPA will increase that number with new Eco setting on the 2015 Rogue, so we’ll update this review when that information becomes available.

The Rogue returns with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder and continuously variable transmission (CVT) found in the first-generation crossover. Power output’s still fixed at 170 horsepower, though Nissan says 175 pound-feet of torque put the Rogue at the top of the compact-crossover niche.

Dip deeply into the gas, and the Rogue’s CVT modulates the gaps between its pulleys to simulate an automatic with an infinite set of gears. It’s quicker and smoother to do that, but the Rogue doesn’t have fixed ratio points “gears” or shift paddles to reach them, like our current CVT favorite from the Subaru Forester. The result is mediocre, 8-second acceleration to 60 mph, and a noisy pause at the productive end of the Rogue’s powerband. It’s actually more refined in some ways than the prior Rogue, but compared to turbocharged four-cylinders and automatics in the Santa Fe, Escape, and others, it’s less satisfying.

The Rogue returns with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder and continuously variable transmission found in the first-generation crossover. Power output’s still fixed at 170 horsepower, and acceleration is mediocre at best. It’s not the CVT’s fault entirely, but the transmission does put the Rogue in a noisy stretch of its powerband pretty often. A few pounds of extra firewall damping would be well-received.

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