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35 Nissan Rogue results

2013 Nissan Rogue OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.5
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3.5
Value
3.5
Style
3.0
Performance
3.5
Comfort
3.5
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3.0
Reliability
3.5
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Jason
Jason
Norman, Oklahoma
3.0
Decent car. Not the best, not the worst.
The vehicle has lasted about 100,000 miles and is still running with few problems. There's a fair amount of engine noise, the seat squeaks, and it doesn't feel like a very solidly built vehicle. I've never had any problems with the stereo system or things such as breaks and steering. I've used it to carry home purchased furniture, such as chairs, tall lamps, nightstands, and a jewelry armoire with no problem. Similarly, I've hauled many items to donate on many occasions, also with no problem. I've packed it full of clothing items, games, toys, furniture, and home decor items and all of it has fit. There's plenty of room. I've also taken several road trips in the vehicle with my family. The kids (two of them) have plenty of room to spread out and play games and lay on their pillows. I would say the fuel economy is about average; it's not great, but not bad either. It's not the most stylish vehicle, but it is reliable and it seems like it will last me several more years.
Gary
Gary
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
4.0
Reliable and good looking
My vehicle is a 2013 Nissan Rogue SL, and it has a lot of extra features that I had never had in my previous car. It has five seats total, three in the back along with the driver's seat and the passenger's seat. There is a large trunk that opens up to store many different types of cargo. The interior is made up of black leather seats and black carpeting. It is pretty basic in terms of exterior looks. My particular car is silver, and while it doesn't stand out in a crowd, it looks nice on its own. The inside of the car is filled with features that do not come on the basic model. There is a touchscreen system that has built-in GPS features as well as a Bose sound system that is upgraded from the base model in terms of sound quality. The music listening experiences is markedly different in this car than many other cars that I have ridden inside. There is red stitching all along the leather interior that is an extra detail. There is also a blue lit up "Rogue" light on both the drivers side door and passengers side door when the doors are opened up in the dark.