2014 Nissan Rogue SV 

  • $24k
  • 2.5L
  • 26 city 33 hwy
Seventeen-inch steel wheels are standard on the base S trim, with 17-inch alloy wheels standard on the midlevel SV trim and 18-inch alloy wheels standard on the topline SL trim.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
Ride quality is impressively controlled, with no chop or floatiness, and even moderately sized potholes and pavement blemishes do little to upset the Rogue's suspension.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)

Benchmarks Real world tests of the Nissan Rogue

Annual Cost The yearly cost to drive 15,000 miles, including fuel and car payments.

Rogue SV

Average MPG of Fuelly Users Owners report actual MPG based on their experience.

Rogue SV
32 MPG
CX-5 Sport
28 MPG

Annual Fuel Cost The cost of fuel to drive 15,000 miles each year.

Rogue SV
Forester 2.5i

Reviews Word on the street for the Nissan Rogue

The redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue is easily competitive on equipment and efficiency with other small crossovers, and it excels in refinement, styling and interior space.

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Those estimates are impressive compared with much of the competition but are only 1 mpg better on the highway than Mazda’s CX-5 with a more-enthusiast-friendly six-speed automatic.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)
We suspect most consumers in the market for a Rogue won’t know or care about the difference between the CVT and a normal automatic gearbox, which is fair enough.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)
Nissan kept the Rogue's powertrain the same: a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine making 170 horsepower and mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)


Brakes are very strong and firm, with excellent pedal feel and no noticeable fade.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
The acceleration woes are really the only blemish on what has been transformed into a wonderfully driving small crossover.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
It has a new, more aggressive look inside and out, one that is designed to project a more masculine appearance in hopes of attracting more men to the Rogue.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)


A standard Sport mode changes the transmission's sensitivity and its responsiveness, but it doesn't do much for acceleration-time improvement.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
The CVT winds the big four-cylinder motor up to its powerband and holds it there as you hold your foot to the floor, making more noise than motion.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
There’s also active engine braking, which engages the CVT’s lower “ratios” when the driver hits the brakes.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)


The thick steering wheel is not overly boosted and delivers excellent feedback to the driver.
by cars.com (Nov, 2013)
And active trace control uses the brakes to aid stability when cornering.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)
There are three Rogue models—S, SV, and SL—each available with front- or all-wheel drive, although only the S and SV can be had with the third-row seat, as part of the Family package.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)


The JATCO-supplied CVT makes a good starting point for our discussion of driving impressions, because as we trundled along the highways around Nashville, listening to the engine wind up through the CVT reminded us of how annoying such a transmission can be.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)
The automaker is also remaining faithful to the continuously variable transmission, in the interest of fuel economy—the Rogue comes in at 26 mpg city/33 mpg highway with front-wheel drive, 25/32 in all-wheel-drive versions.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)
There has been some progress in reducing the disconnect between road speed and engine rpm in CVT-equipped vehicles, and continued attention to noise isolation has made further advancements in the new Rogue.
by Car and Driver (Nov, 2013)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Nissan
Model year 2014
City range 377 miles
Highway range 478 miles
MSRP $24k
Annual cost $6,792

engine & drivetrain

Engine size 2.5L
Air compressor None
Fuel Gas
Cylinders I4
Paddle shifters N/A
Gearing type Continuously-variable
Transmission Automatic 2WD

stereo & entertainment

Brand Generic
Speakers 6 speakers
Has a speed sensitive volume No
Has a subwoofer No
Auxiliary input No
AM/FM radio Standard
CD player Standard
CD changer N/A
Satellite radio Standard
Entertainment system N/A


Cruise control Standard
Front A/C N/A
Front passenger A/C N/A
Keyless entry Standard
Keyless ignition N/A
Sun roof Optional, $1,320
Navigation system N/A
Roof rails N/A
Power locks Standard
Power mirrors Standard
Power outlets Standard
Power steering Standard
Power windows Standard

Manufacturing Emissions

Water per car made 6.4 m³
CO2 per car made 0.76 metric ton
Energy per car made 2,080 kWh/vehicle
Waste per car made 7.77 kg

power & handling

Max torque 175 ft-lb @ 4,400 RPM
Max HP 170 HP @ 6,000 RPM
Power-to-weight ratio 20.08 lb/hp

suspension, wheels & brakes

Rear suspension Multi link
Front brakes Ventilated Disc
Rear brakes Ventilated Disc
Front wheel width 225 mm
Front wheel diameter 17 inch
Front wheel aspect ratio 65

safety features

Active head restraints Yes
  1. Driver
  2. Passenger
  3. Side
  4. Head curtain
Antilock brakes Standard
Child door locks Standard
Electronic stability control Standard
Traction control Standard
Rear camera N/A
Rear sensor N/A
Park assist system N/A
Communication system None

physical dimensions

Width 72.4 in
Front track width 62.8 in
Height 66.3 in
Ground clearance 7.4 in
Length 182.3 in
Wheelbase 106.5 in
Curb weight 3,413 lb
Has a rear spoiler Yes
Seats 5 seats
Front seat room 58 ft³
Rear seat room 45 ft³
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