Review: The 2014 Nissan Rogue Is More of the Same - And That's A Good Thing
Nissan was dealt a winning hand when it introduced the Rogue sport-utility vehicle in 2007, which shared roots with the lowly Sentra compact sedan but had aspirations of taking on a segment dominated by Toyota and Honda.
The Rogue trundled through mid-life with updates to its exterior styling and its interior content, but otherwise remained the same for the better part of five years: an eternity, in a rapidly changing crossover suv market.
Now in its second generation, after several years helping to lead Nissan sales in the United States -- company officials claim that the Rogue is the second-best seller in the lineup, as of late -- the 2014 Rogue is looking to expand market share and widen its appeal to growing families.
Autobytel had the chance to put the redesigned Rogue through its paces at a recent media preview in Nashville, which included a route along the Natchez Trace Parkway as well as sloughing through the streets of the Music City.