2011 Nissan Rogue review

I've got nothing but respect for people who look forward to spending a Saturday testing out crossovers that cost more than 20 grand; the segment has more players than a baseball team, and most blend hopelessly together. Should you take on the challenge, somewhere between Starbucks and sundown you'll likely check out a Nissan Rogue. I suspect it will not rise above the crossover pack.

The Rogue is average across the board, but its major downside is that you can hardly see out of this thing.

The five-seat Rogue has been around since the 2008 model year, and for 2011 it gets new bumpers and a revised grille. The Rogue comes in S, SV and Krom (pronounced "chrome") trims. All three offer front- or all-wheel drive. Compare the trims here, or stack up the 2011 and 2010 Rogue here. We tested front- and all-wheel-drive versions of the Rogue SV.

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Control panel buttons - color screen without Navigation System (if so equipped)
1. STATUS button. 2. INFO button. 3. NISSAN controller. 4. OFF brightness control button. 5. BRIGHT + (brightness control) button. 6. BRIGHT (brightness control) button. 7. BACK (previous) ...

Resetting the moonroof switch
The moonroof switch may not operate properly and need to be reset if any of the following conditions have occurred: ● the moonroof has been manually moved, ● the moonroof motor has bee ...

Forward-facing child restraint installation using the seat belts
WARNING: The three-point seat belt with Automatic Locking Retractor (ALR) must be used when installing a child restraint. Failure to use the ALR mode will result in the child restraint not be ...