Nissan Rogue and Rogue Sport named to 2018 Consumer Guide Automotive ‘Best Buy Award’ list
- One-two punch of Nissan Rogue and Rogue Sport wins pair of significant value awards by leading consumer publication
- Consumer Guide Automotive ranks both vehicles as "Best Buy Award" winners in annual new product evaluations
- Rogue and Rogue Sport continue streak of record sales, up more than 35 percent for November and more than 25 percent for the 2017 calendar year
- 2018 Rogue on sale now; 2018 Rogue Sport available beginning shortly
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Consumer Guide Automotive has named the Nissan Rogue and Rogue Sport to its annual "Best Buy Award" list for 2018 in the Compact Crossover and Subcompact Crossover categories, respectively.
The publication, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, evaluates new vehicles in 20 vehicle segments and selects the top models in class based on a range of factors including price. "A vehicle does not become a 'Best Buy' based solely on objective ratings. It also has to distinguish itself as being a good dollar value compared to others in the class," stated the editors.
"The new Rogue Sport, which was first introduced just last summer, is already starting to bring home major awards such as this Consumer Guide 'Best Buy Award,'" said Dan Mohnke, senior vice president, Sales & Marketing and Operations, Nissan Division U.S., Nissan North America, Inc. "We're proud that together with Rogue, our compact crossovers are making an impact with media evaluators and consumers alike."
In reviewing the Nissan Rogue, the Consumer Guide editors wrote:
- The Rogue offers respectable fuel economy, refined interior materials, and passenger and cargo versatility that few compact SUVs can match.
- The Nissan Rogue offers classy interior trimmings and a host of desirable features at very competitive prices. Likewise, Rogue's ingeniously configured rear cargo area is a study in versatility and functional design.
About the new Rogue Sport, they offered:
- The Nissan Rogue Sport takes all the winning traits of its compact Nissan Rogue sibling and condenses them down into a nicely executed subcompact SUV.
- The Rogue Sport is a bit larger all-around than most of its class competitors, and it offers a bit more passenger and cargo room inside while remaining especially easy to maneuver and park in cramped urban areas.
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