- Redesigned model.

Nissan’s popular compact utility, the Rogue, gets completely redone for 2014. The addition of 3rd row seating (available on some trims) is an added bonus for families who don’t want to upsize their rides. Even though the new model tips the scales with a bit more weight, the new Rogue delivers significantly better fuel economy versus the outgoing model thanks to a new continuously variable transmission. Whether that translates to better real world fuel economy is yet to be seen.

The Rogue uses a 2.5-litre four-cylinder with continuously variable transmission (CVT). Trim lines are the S, SV and SL. The S and SV come in front- or all-wheel drive, while the SL is strictly all-wheel drive.

Feature information will be available closer to official launch.