Used Truck - 2009 Nissan Rogue S-AWD in Sheboygan, Wi

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    About This 2009 Nissan Rogue S-AWD
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    Sheboygan, Wi
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    Combined MPG: 24
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $98.44*
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    AWD, TRAILER TOW PACKAGE, 16' WHEELS, KEYLESS ENTRY, FOLD FLAT 2ND ROW SEATS, POWER DOORS, LOCKS, WINDOWS, MIRROS, CRUISE, CD PLAYER, VERY CLEAN! This 2009 Nissan Rogue S is offered to you for sale by Dick Brantmeier Ford Inc. This Nissan includes: STANDARD PAINT [B10] SPLASH GUARDS INDIGO BLUE BLACK, SEAT TRIM *Note - For third party subscriptions or services, please contact the dealer for more information.* Rest assured when you purchase a vehicle with the CARFAX Buyback Guarantee, you're getting what you paid for. On almost any road condition, this Nissan Rogue S offers solid performance, reliability, and comfort. This Nissan Rogue features AWD. That means power and control delivered to all four wheels for maximum grip and improved handling. Low, low mileage coupled with an exacting maintenance program make this vehicle a rare find. This Nissan Rogue S is in great condition both inside and out. No abnormal wear and tear. More information about the 2009 Nissan Rogue: Based on the Nissan Sentra platform, the Rogue, Nissan says the Rogue is ideal for those who want a more enthusiastic driving experience. A low starting price and practical SUV cargo capacity combined with good fuel economy make the Rogue a great urban runner. Mileage for the 2009 model is estimated at 22 city and 27 highway. Interesting features of this model are easy-to-use interior controls, car-like handling, stylish exterior, and An affordable compact crossover SUV with a thorough interior design , 170 hp horsepower, 2.5 liter inline 4 cylinder DOHC engine, 4 Doors, 4-wheel ABS brakes, 4WD Type - Automatic full-time, Air conditioning, All-wheel drive, Center Console - Full with covered storage, Clock - In-radio display, Cruise control, CVT Transmission, Front seat type - Bucket, Fuel economy EPA highway (mpg): 26 and EPA city (mpg): 21, Head airbags - Curtain 1st and 2nd row, Interior air filtration, Intermittent window wipers, Overhead console - Mini with storage, Passenger Airbag, Power mirrors, Power windows with 1 one-touch, Privacy/tinted glass, Rear bench seats, Rear defogger, Rear wiper, Remote power door locks, Skid plates - 1, Speed-proportional power steering, Stability control, Tachometer, Tilt steering wheel, Traction control - ABS and driveline

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    2009 Nissan Rogue Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2009 Nissan Rogue
    Carlike ride and handling in a compact SUV.


    The Nissan Rogue is a compact SUV. Based on a car platform, it's considered a crossover vehicle, like the Honda CR-V. The Rogue seats five and comes with a four-cylinder engine, as with the CR-V. No V6 is available, nor is there a third row for seven-passenger seating.


    The Rogue is meant as a daily commuter, not an off-road adventure vehicle. Its all-wheel-drive system is intended for snow and rain, not rocks and mud. A so-called crossover, it's based on an economy-car platform. The towing capacity is only 1500 pounds. The four-cylinder engine works well with the continuously variable transmission to provide decent pickup and frugal fuel economy.


    Behind the wheel, the Rogue offers carlike ride and handling. We think it's one of the better handling small SUVs, but it's not sporty. The ride allows for a lot of road feel and can become harsh on rough and irregular surfaces. Road imperfections and engine sounds intrude into the cabin.


    The cabin is pleasant, with materials that would look good in higher-priced vehicles. The controls are easy to use and understand, but the Rogue lacks creature comforts and gadgets filtering down to other low-priced vehicles. There is no navigation system, for instance.


    An SUV should provide cargo utility, and the Rogue is up to the task. The rear seats fold flat and, on the Rogue SL, there is an available folding front passenger seat to permit longer items to be loaded. In back, Nissan offers a handy cargo organizer that can keep groceries from sliding around and provide storage for muddy clothes.


    With prices starting around $20,000, the Rogue is a worthy competitor vs. the Honda CR-V. Its carlike road manners, cargo utility and prudent fuel economy make it appealing. It's aimed at young families or active singles.


    Introduced as a 2008 model, changes to the 2009 Rogue are minimal. There are auto speed-sensing door locks. Standard equipment on the Rogue SL has been upgraded and a Leather Package is available. Bluetooth and Nissan Intelligent Key have been added to the front-drive Premium Package.


    The Nissan Rogue is offered in two trim levels, S and SL. Each offers front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. All Rogue models have a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 170 horsepower mated to a continuously variable transmission. When the SL Premium Package is ordered, the transmission has shift paddles to select among six predetermined gear ratios. The all-wheel-drive system is meant for on-road use, and it does not include low-range gearing.


    Rogue S ($20,220) and comes with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, four-way manually adjustable front seats, cruise control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, AM/FM/CD stereo with four speakers and auxiliary input jack, 60/40 split-folding rear bench seat and 215/70R16 all-season tires on steel wheels. Rogue S is available with all-wheel drive ($21,420). Splash guards ($125) are the only option. Dealer-installed accessories include floor mats, a towing package, and a rear spoiler.


    Rogue SL ($21,810) with front-drive or all-wheel drive ($23,010) include six-way manually adjustable driver's seat, roof rails and 225/60R17 tires on aluminum wheels.


    The optional SL Leather Package ($1,950) includes leather seating surfaces, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, heated front seats, six-way power driver's seat with power lumbar, driver's one-touch power window, HomeLink, heated outside mirrors and auto-dimming inside mirror. The Premium Package ($1,930) includes Bose premium audio with seven speakers and six-CD changer, XM Satellite Radio, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, speed-sensitive volume control, paddle shifters, foldable rear cargo organizer, rear tonneau cover, fog lights, and pre-wiring for a tow hitch; on all-wheel-drive models Premium ($2,230) also includes Bluetooth hands-free cell-phone link, xenon headlights, and Nissan Intelligent Key keyless ignition.


    Safety features include dual front airbags, torso-protecting front side airbags, head-protecting side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors, front seat active head restraints, LATCH-style child seat anchors, tire-pressure monitor, ABS with Brake Assist and Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), and Vehicle Dynamics Control electronic stability control with traction control.


    The Nissan Rogue appears to be aimed squarely at the Honda CR-V. The styling is swoopy, with rounded lines and a wedge shape from front to rear. Flared rear shoulders and an upswept window line give the Rogue a sporty feel.


    Ornamentation is minimal. A black and chrome Nissan badge up front is flanked by a body-color grille. Only that badge and the headlights lend any contrast to the front end. There is even less character to the sides, which have no ornamentation at all. The mirrors are black on the Rogue S and body color on the Rogue SL. The 17-inch aluminum wheels on the SL help, but the S has plain steel wheels with wheel covers.


    We think the Rogue looks best from the rear, where the dark rear glass, eye-shaped taillights, rounded panels and license plate recess give it some definition. Unfortunately, the rear liftgate lacks a separate opening glass.


    Among compact SUVs, the Rogue has a sleeker, car-based crossover look, like the CR-V, as opposed to the upright mini-SUVs like the Ford Escape or Jeep Liberty.


    The Rogue is the longest vehicle in the class, though it doesn't look it. At 182.9 inches overall, it is even longer than the seven-passenger Toyota RAV4 and the seemingly large Jeep Liberty.


    At first glance, the interior of the Nissan Rogue seems nice if somewhat plain. Closer inspection reveals quality materials impressive for the price. The dash, for instance, is molded in a soft-touch material that seems as if it might be right at home in an Infiniti. The door tops also have a nice soft-touch material. The remainder of the materials is price-appropriate plastic that fits together well.


    The instrument panel features only two gauges, the tachometer and speedometer. There is also a round graphic readout that displays the fuel level and water temperature and, on Rogues so equipped, trip computer information.


    The center stack features three easily used round climate-control knobs and Nissan's unique radio layout. It has substantially-sized buttons, but the presets are grouped in A, B and C folders, instead of AM and FM sets. It takes some getting used to but, with 18 total presets, most drivers will be able to program all of their favorite stations. An auxiliary input jack is provided for MP3 player connectivity.


    Storage for small items up front is adequate. The center console has two integral cupholders and a small tray that will work for holding little odds and ends. If that's not enough, the console bin is very deep and is available with a removable tray to give it two levels of storage.


    The driver's seat is comfortable and offers a good driving position, even though there aren't many seat adjustments. The tilt steering wheel helps, and there is enough head and leg room for all but the tallest drivers. There is good visibility to the front and the side mirrors are large, but over-the shoulder visibility is compromised by a smallish rear window and rear side windows that are pinched at the rear. The ride height makes getting into and out of the Rogue very easy.


    The second row is usefully roomy, with head and leg room that can accommodate adults, even with the front seats moved far back. Three adults in the rear will be cramped, but they should be able to deal with short trips. Toe space under the front seats is plentiful.


    Cargo space is good but not at the top of the class. The second-row seats are split 60/40, and they fold flat in an easy one-step motion to open up to the maximum 57.9 cubic feet of cargo space.


    The SL model includes a folding front passenger seat, which folds almost flat to allow loading of longer items. The Premium Package offers a rear cargo organizer, with a recessed floor and removable nets to act as partitions, that helps prevent groceries from rolling around in the back.


    While the low floor makes loading items easy, separate opening rear glass would make the cargo area even easier to access.


    Driving Impression
    The Nissan Rogue is based on an economy car platform and those roots show through in more ways than one. While it is among the better handling compact SUVs, it's not sporty. It drives more like a car than an SUV, but it has more body lean in turns than most cars. The electric-assist steering requires only a light effort, but it feels natural and direct with good road feel. In fact, the Rogue transmits more road feel to the driver through the steering wheel than most compact SUVs.


    The ride is generally comfortable, but it can become busy on bumpy pavement and sharp ruts can give passengers a jolt. Perhaps the Rogue's biggest drawback is interior noise. The noises from rough pavement, bumps and potholes, and the engine are somewhat as we'd expect in an economy car. The Rogue seems like it could use more body insulation, though we realize that would add weight.


    Like the CR-V, the Rogue offers only a four-cylinder engine; it makes 170 horsepower and is one of the better four-cylinder powerplants available today. It has the low-end punch to provide good pickup from a stop. Midrange power is adequate, but the Rogue needs to get going a bit for passing maneuvers.


    The continuously variable transmission works well with the engine, quickly switching to an appropriate ratio for the driving conditions. The only way to tell that it's not a standard automatic is to floor the accelerator and keep it there. The transmission reacts by picking the ratio to put the engine in its optimum rev range and keeping it there. With the available Premium Package, the CVT has steering wheel shift paddles and six preset ratios. The shift paddles allow for a sportier driving experience by giving the driver more control.


    The Rogue goes fairly easy on gas. With front-wheel drive, it is EPA-rated at 22/27 mpg City/Highway; AWD models are slightly lower at 21/26 mpg.


    While the powertrain works well, it's best suited for around-town duty. The available six-cylinder models from Toyota and Saturn are considerably faster. The Rogue is not built for towing, with a maximum capacity of only 1500 pounds.


    The Nissan Rogue matches the Honda CR-V for carlike road manners and fuel economy, though it's not as quiet on the inside and doesn't ride as smoothly. The Rogue is priced lower than the CR-V. It should be a good choice for drivers looking for a daily commuter with lots of cargo space. Drivers who tow boats and go off-road will want to consider more rugged vehicles such as the Nissan Xterra or Jeep Liberty.


    NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Kirk Bell filed this report on the Nissan Rogue from Baltimore.


    Model Lineup
    Nissan Rogue S ($20,220); AWD ($21,240); SL ($21,810); AWD ($23,010).


    Assembled In
    Kyushu, Japan.


    Options As Tested
    Premium Package ($2,230) includes Bose premium audio with seven speakers and six-disc CD changer, XM satellite radio, steering wheel mounted audio controls, speed-sensitive volume control, paddle shifters, foldable rear cargo organizer, rear tonneau cover, fog lights, Bluetooth hands-free cell phone link, xenon headlights, Nissan Intelligent Key keyless ignition, and pre-wiring for tow hitch.


    Model Tested
    Nissan Rogue SL AWD ($23,010).The stylish Rogue crossover was an all-new offering from Nissan for 2008. For 2009, Nissan has added an auto-locking function to the power door locks. Resembling the Nissan Murano, the Rogue offers similar iconic styling in a slightly smaller package. Available in two trim levels, base S and more upscale SL, all Rogues are equipped with 2.5-liter, 170-hp, four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The Rogue seats up to five passengers in its well appointed interior. Features such as air-conditioning, bucket seats, power window and remote keyless entry are standard. Standard safety fare includes; four-wheel anti-lock brakes with panic assist, stability control, traction control, front seat side-impact and all row side-curtain airbags.

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    3624 Kohler Memorial Drive
    Sheboygan, Wi. 53082

    Phone:   920-458-6111
    Contact: Sales Manager

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