Behold, 2010 Nissan Rogue Krom Edition

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We’re not much for special editions that tack on different wheels and some glorified grille cosmetics, but the 2010 Nissan Rogue Krom at least goes full-bore in the grille cosmetics department. As you can plainly see in the image above (a shot of the standard 2010 Rogue is below), the Krom Edition gets a chrome two-bar grille that replaces the three-piece grille of the regular model.

Along with a larger lower bumper and secondary grille, the Krom Edition also has polished 17-inch wheels and a sport-tuned exhaust. It only comes in three colors, Venom Red, Wicked Black and Gotham Gray. That sounds just right for a Halloween theme.

The Krom Edition will be limited, but it’s available in both front- and all-wheel drive starting in December. No pricing has been announced.

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By David Thomas | October 23, 2009 | Comments (16)

Comments 

Tony

Still ugly duckling

Let's Krom out a Versa next.

d

i think that Krom grille makes it look more Honda like....

cody

the basic rogue front end is not very attractive, and this strangely named modification does not make any improvement. nissan needs to come up with a distinctive front end look that has a quality appearance and stick with it.

Terry

They'd be smart to just make this a redesign for the entire line.

Julio

I dig the design. Thumbs up!

Liger

I agree with D. This does look very Honda like. It doesn't look very unique or well done.

Tony

This car looks like end of 90s Hyundai

I like the color of the first pic.It looks nice and unique.Congratulations to Nissan for bringing this new model in the market.

The 2010 Nissan Rogue is offered in four high mileage models, each equipped with a standard 170-horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine.One of the most awaited car this new year.

I'm planning to buy a new car this year and i'm taking on my list the nissan rogue.I'm very impressed with the design,really cool.

It has some similarities from Honda but i still like the design.I'm a big fan of both car companies.I would say the Nissan Rogue is perfect as a family car for vacations and out of town activities.

charles

The front end looks terrible. Also the inside dashboard is too plain and unimpressive. You you compare the inside with the Morano or Pathfinder, it's like night and day. Nissian do something about the front end of krom and the inside of Nissian rogue. I am really interested in buying one.

I like the simple physical appearance yet elegant.Another important thing i consider,fuel efficiency and inside parts.

What makes Nissan Rogue outstanding is that is is bigger than its competitors because it has no optional third row seater, like Toyota RAV4 which makes it's second row a lot more spacious! The seating is so spacious and the materials used are the best to outlast the others in the same class.The space for cargo sin this car is exceptionally large!I'm actually impressed that there is a little divider which pops up from the carpeted floor..This is a real innovation I've ever seen in a compact cross-over!

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