Nissan Rogue SUV Performs Admired By Car Enthusiasts, Leads SUV Market Segments

Feb 15, 2017 09:00 AM EST | Leian N.

A reporter wrote a 'love letter' to the reigning Nissan Rogue SUV which has enjoyed the lead as in the SUV market segments. The Star Wars-themed vehicle had capitalized its name on the franchise that even its exterior engines and custom paint job led many car enthusiasts in awe.

 Last week at the Chicago Auto Show, the Nissan Rogue SUV was featured with an X-wing and two limited edition Star Wars models. The vehicles had special decals, badging, and a Death Trooper helmet reported Tech Crunch. Although the X-Wing is not a real trim option purchasable for consumers, another enthusiast still admired the exterior design of the standard Nissan Rogue SUV.

In a Jalopnik article, Kristen Lee wrote a love letter to the model indicating that it had unique body panels that shimmered under the sun. She also indicated that the LED running lights were also a part of the model's magnificence and that the distinct visage is unlike any other in the SUV market.

She also talked about how the Nissan Rogue SUV endured the mangrove forest test drive, how the engine roared loudly. Powered by either a four, six, or eight cylinders, the vehicle's CVT gearbox sounded all-powerful despite the challenging terrain. She also mentioned how car market surveys saw the model to have made a name for itself and paved the way for future SUV models to have similar features to equally look great.

According to Nissan USA, the starting price for the model is at $23,820 which has a 33/35 mpg city/highway rating. The S model, can generate 170 hp, has five seats, four doors, and LED daytime running lights for its exterior. Technological features of the model include eco mode, rear view monitor, advanced drive-assist display, and Divide-N-Hide cargo system.

Known to be the leading model in the SUV market, have you also fallen in love with the brand new Nissan Rogue SUV? Are its features equally impressive compared to subsisting SUV brands in the market segment to date?

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