The 2010 Nissan Rogue was recently unveiled by the Japanese automaker, but although the car is a recent entrant in the American market, buyers who consider used Nissan Rogues in New York can still save thousands.
That’s because the new model starts out at more than $20,000 for the compact crossover SUV, and many options packages can add thousands to that base price if one is looking for larger wheels, tinted windows, or a chrome grille.
Previous models have similar lists of safety features, and government crash test ratings for the first model, the 2008, ensured the Rogue received high marks for crashworthiness from U.S. News & World Report.
The 2008 used Nissan Rogue in New York is also more inexpensive than its newer brethren, enough to offset the loss of the Cash for Clunkers program according to some industry pricing estimates.
“The 2008 Nissan Rogue is a very good choice for suburbanites who enjoy an elevated driving position and occasionally need the utility and available all-wheel drive of a compact crossover,” note Edmunds.com editors.