Nissan teases 2014 Rogue

Nissan teases 2014 Rogue ahead of September debut

Aug 23 2013, 1:00pm CDT | by

Nissan teases 2014 Rogue

Nissan is currently in full on tease mode for the official unveil of the newly redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue. The teaser image released so far shows nothing other than the headlight and a little of the hood and grill of the redesigned SUV. The Rogue has been a very popular small SUV for Nissan and is a critical model for the company to get right.

Camouflaged versions of the new SUV have been seen cruising the roads and scuttlebutt says it's a baby Pathfinder in design. What we do know for sure is Nissan will unveil the vehicle officially on September 10.

The vehicle is expected to hit showrooms later this year with the official launch date unannounced at this time. The new Rogue could be a big seller for Nissan if the company is able to range its impressive fuel efficiency to the model just as it has with the Versa, Sentra, and Altima.

 
 
 

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