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As far as I'm concerned, the 2012 Nissan Rogue is a great value. We bought as much car as we could afford. Comfort: Overall, very comfortable. The 6 way power seat is nice, but not as nice as an 8 way could be. Performance: Adequate power for the type of driving we do. 75% highway, 25% city. No problem keeping up. Quality: Quality is excellent. We haven't owned it long enough to evaluate durability. Our previous Nissans were flawless, we anticipate the same with the Rogue.
We love our Grand Cherokee. It is a very nice, rugged appearance and drives and feels tight and quiet. The v-6 Pentastar engine is giving us 20-21 mpg on the hwy. The Limited Edition has every accessory you could wish for.
Close to a perfect vehicle - nothing more to say!
Great car, lots of room, and every one looks to see what it is. Mileage is higher on the highway - 34 - 36 mph
Absolutely love the exterior and interior of my Buick Enclave. The space is incredible. I have had to replace the transmission (still hving troubled), tires, alignment and my a/c for back rows does not blow cool air but instead hot scorching air. I've bought this vehicle back in the beginning of 2010 and have had enormous amount of maintence done. Being a female who has no idea about vehicles it has hurt my wallet but I'm not throwing in the towel in on this enclave
Nice car, I get a lot of looks driving down the street.