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2014 Nissan Rogue Select

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 7/10/2014 Alex Nishimoto

Vehicle Overview

With the arrival of the second-generation Rogue, which grows in size and base price, Nissan saw fit to continue offering the first-gen model as a lower-cost option. Called the Rogue Select, the entry-level model features the outgoing car's most basic amenities to keep the cost down. The Rogue Select S is the only trim level offered, though it comes in either front- or all-wheel drive. The crossover is still powered by a 2.5-liter I-4 making 170 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque and is backed by a CVT with standard sport mode. The model is EPA-rated at 23/28 mpg city/highway in front-wheel drive trim and 22/27 mpg with all-wheel drive. The Rogue Select offers 57.9 cubic feet of cargo space with the second-row 60/40 split folding seats down, and features a six-way adjustable driver seat and four-way adjustable passenger seat, seatback storage pockets, and air conditioning as standard.

Because this is a base model slotting beneath the base 2014 Rogue, the Rogue Select gets only one package, the S Convenience package, which includes a rear spoiler, roof rails, cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls, rearview camera, Bluetooth, and a 4.3-inch center display.

New for 2014

The Rogue Select is essentially a carryover of the previous-generation Rogue, but is only offered in the lowest trim level so it doesn't step on the toes of the new 2014 Rogue.

You'll Like

  • Attractive price tag
  • Usable size
  • Available all-wheel drive

You Won't Like

  • Only available with CVT
  • Dated looks
  • Limited options

Key Competitors

  • Ford Escape
  • Toyota RAV4
  • Chevrolet Equinox
  • Honda CR-V

Sum Up

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