Nissan Teases 2014 Rogue

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Nissan teased the 2014 Rogue today with an image of the redesigned SUV's headlight. The photo, which suggests the lights have LED brackets and sit adjacent to a partitioned grille, could signal a departure from the current Rogue's rounded features.

The Rogue arrived in September 2007, and despite its age, sales are up 13% through July. In fact, the Rogue is Nissan's No. 2 seller behind only the Altima. It handily outsells newer rivals like the Subraru Foester and Mazda CX-5; sales are more than double the Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage combined. But incentives were at least partially responsible for the popularity. This past spring, you could get a 2013 Rogue for as much as $2,500 off.

No doubt the redesigned Rogue will need fewer deals to move off dealer lots. Stay tuned for more. Nissan will unveil the SUV on Sept. 10.

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By Kelsey Mays | August 22, 2013 | Comments (5)

Comments 

Rockaby

Reminds me a lot of Iron Man.

Tony

Reminds me that they still make it

Shorebreak

Uncomfortable seats.

Kj

Took it for a test drive years ago. Had one of the worst CVT's ever.

Sam

I agree that the photo appears to iron man, tough design

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