Find the 2011 Nissan Rogue Owners Manual below. The 2011 Nissan Rogue has taken the competition to a higher level. Firstly, it has a lot of great features and comfort.
If you want a compact SUV with a good set of features and packaging for small families, you are at the right place. 2011 Nissan Rogue Owners Manual offers upscale interior designs and good safety scores to make it fit your need. The good fuel economy promises a pleasant ride. Interior controls and equipment are also updated in Rogue, as compared to the 2010 model.
The five-passenger Nissan Rogue is good to go with four adults along with their luggage. There are no issues in the area of headroom and legroom. Though, the seats being thinly padded take a toll on the long rides. Back seats can accommodate three adults but those with broad shoulders might have difficulty in adjusting. The cargo space and in-cabin storage are luckily a relief.
2011 Nissan Rogue Owners Manual has got a fresh sleek and rakish design. It has got a mid-cycle design look. You’ll get a lifted station wagon appearance with a gently arched roofline. Thus, Nissan Rogue has an overall sporty look.
2011 Nissan Rogue Manual’s 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine provides 170 horsepower. It is mated with a continuously variable (CVT) automatic for producing power acceleration. Many passengers do not find the mandatory CVT upholding with the engine. The main reason behind it is its rubber-like feel. To sum up, the 2011 Rogue is not meant for off-road works. Due to the low-maintained handling, the car is not suitable for driving at high-speed. But, it provides great rides at slow speeds.
2011 Nissan Rogue Manual Features & Reviews
Talking about the standard features, the Rogue comes with all the necessities required for a family vehicle. It provides air conditioning, steering wheel controls, cruise control, and an audio system.
Additional features include xenon headlamps, a navigation system, a power moon roof, a satellite radio, and a rearview monitor. Rogue has replaced the S and SL trims with S and SV trims in the 2011 Nissan Rogue Manual model. S Krom Edition has also returned with the 2011 model. You’ll find many more styling tweaks in this edition. Krom comes with 18-inch wheels, a unique grille, fog lamps, and center-exit sport-tuned exhaust.
Nissan Rogue has all the right safety features. It comes with brake assist, anti-lock brakes, curtain bags, and electronic stability controls. Along with this, many safety features are available on higher trim levels like the rearview monitor as Rogue doesn’t provide much rearward visibility.
Coming with so many advantages, 2011 Rogue has some setbacks too. The flat front and rear seats are uncomfortable. With three backseats, it is not comfortable for three adults. Obscured rearward visibility due to scooping window lines cannot be counted well in terms of safety. Another setback in 2011 Nissan Rogue Owners Manual is the unavailability of the V6 engine as many customers find the four-cylinder engine underpowered.