This past December, Consumer Guide Automotive named both the Rogue and Rogue Sport to its exclusive “Best Buy” list. The Nissan Rogue received the “Best Buy Award” in the compact crossover category; the Rogue Sport version was honored with the award in the subcompact crossover category.
2018 Nissan Rogue
Consumer Guide Automotive thoroughly evaluates vehicles before it grants the awards. It judges each auto based on performance and value, then compares the vehicle with other members of its class. Consumer Guide Automotive stated that the Rogue offers “respectable fuel economy, refined interior materials, and passenger and cargo versatility that few compact SUVs can match.” The Nissan Rogue Sport gleaned a similarly radiant review. “The Nissan Rogue Sport takes all the winning traits of its compact Nissan Rogue sibling and condenses them down into a nicely executed subcompact SUV,” while also “remaining especially easy to maneuver and park in cramped urban areas.”
2018 Nissan Rogue Sport
Consumer Guide Automotive believes that these two vehicles offer unparalleled value. Both models suit city streets as well as back-road paths, providing a pleasant driving experience whenever you hit the road.
Haddad Nissan is a proud advocate of the Rogue and Rogue Sport, and we’re thrilled that it’s able to satisfy drivers’ needs while giving them exceptional performance at a reasonable price. Visit us today to take one of these Rogue versions out for a test drive.
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Did you know that 77% of dog owners say that having pet-friendly features available on a vehicle would make a difference in their decision to buy it or not? According to a recent survey conducted by Nissan, it’s true! As a result, Nissan has taken the words of its pet-loving customer base to heart and decided to make the Nissan Rogue Dogue Concept, a project vehicle it debuted in New York, to better appeal to dog owners all around the world who want something more accommodating for their furry family members.
Dog-friendly features in the Rogue Dogue include a padded cargo area with easy clean-up, a clip-on safety harness, a loading ramp for the cargo area, and even spill-proof water bowls and food dispensers. A special safety hammock is offered, too, along with a canine first-aid kit and a shower and dryer that allow you to clean off your pet before letting them get into the car. By providing a safer in-car environment for Fido along with a number of amenities, Nissan is hoping to give pet owner a little extra peace of mind.
The Rogue Dogue Concept debuted on the New York Auto Show stage as an answer to the survey’s statistics that 83% of dog owners agree that they want their beloved pet to be as safe and comfortable in their vehicle than they are. Dennis McCarthy of Vehicle Effects in California states, “Everything we built into the Rogue Dogue project is actually very possible to add to a production Rogue,” so you may be seeing “Dogue”-friendly options at Haddad Nissan soon.