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I’ve been driving a Nissan Rogue, aka Nissan X-Trail 2015 to date. Over the years I’ve added or taken out some of the following reasons.

I also drive the Honda CR-V 2014 from time to time, which allows me to compare between the two SUV’s.

If you are looking for a reasonably-priced small crossover, there are at least ten reasons to go ‘Nissan Rogue.’

The Nissan Rogue is working hard to gain ground against heavy hitters like the best-selling Honda CR-V.

In fact, it gained size, a more handsome exterior, and a better interior in its last update.

Nissan is playing to its strengths with this vehicle, emphasizing comfort, versatility, technology, safety features, and fuel economy.

If you aren’t in North America, you’ll know the Nissan Rogue by another name, the X-Trail.

Please note that most of the features I mention below are optional, not standard.
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The question remains without a clear answer, which is better awd or fwd? To reach the correct answer, you need to know first about Drivetrains. Drivetrains aren’t as popular a topic as engines. After all, you can compare engines just by looking at horsepower and torque output. Yet car buyers should think about the drivetrain before they set foot in a showroom.

The type of drivetrain that suits their needs may not suit the vehicle they plan to buy. If you walk into a dealership with all-wheel drive on your mind, they will be glad to sell you this expensive option. The question is: do you need it?
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