Review 3 of 3|
from Surburban Nissan
Year / Model Reviewed:
2008 Nissan Rogue
bluetooth capability, Paddle Shifters, Xenon Headlights, Memo Pad, Bose Premium Audio Syste,XM Satellite Radio, 6-disc CD Changer, Intelligent Key,Great Pick-up
Seats are not as comfortable as the Murano. Small/awkward Back window, Dash/small display, no auto lights, compass.
I took my 2004 Murano in for an oil change at the Dealership and decided to browse the showroom and saw what looked like a baby Murano. As I began investigating a salesman ask me if I would like to take if for a test drive. After driving it for about 30 minutes I was somewhat impressed. After some due dilligence I decided I would turn in my Murano for the Rogue. I selected the wicked black/black cloth interior with all the bells and whistles and at that point I became a little more excited. It offers so many nice features and I'm having tons of fun with the Rogue. The bluetooth capability is awesome, the intelligent key is genuis, The Xenon Headlights with the blue tent is well, what can I say! I'm still exploring the many options and I get more excited everytime I open the door and start it up. Although I miss some things about the Murano, I'm very happy with the Rogue.