We have already offered you all the details available on the 2014 version of the X-Trail SUV which has been introduced for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor show. Together with it, the carmaker also released the US version of the model called the Rogue. Unfortunately there are no details regarding the price practiced on the North American market.
To be more precise, the two crossovers are identical in terms of looks from the front to the rear end. We have the same story if talking about the interior of the car, except different and insignificant details. The US version will be built at the Tennessee plant in the US and will be offered with optional 3-row, 7-passenger seating for the first time ever. To go further into detail, please know that the seating system includes a reclining 40/20/40-split 2nd row seats and 2nd row legroom of 37.9 inches and 9.0 inches of before and after adjustability. The model receives power from a 2.5-liter engine capable of generating 170 horsepower and 175 lb. ft. of torque.
To transfer all this power to the wheels, the engineers have offered a standard Xtronic continuously variable transmission and also a choice of an all-wheel drive system. As an option there is a front-wheel drive for better fuel economy. According to the Japanese manufacturer, the model is expected to offer 33 mpg fuel consumption on the highway for front-wheel dive models. This is actually an improvement of 18 % in highway fuel economy in comparison to the 2013 version of the model. The starting price has been established to start at $22.490 for the Rogue S front-wheel drive model. The top of the range will cost $29.420, which is the SL AWD which does not include the $860 destination and handling fee. These are all the details we have for the moment on the matter.
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