Hello. This is my review of the 2018 Nissan Rogue SV. There's more details below, but I just wanted to quickly say THANK YOU for watching this video. Please comment below and share your thoughts on the Nissan Rogue or just take a second and say 'Hello'. I'd love to hear from you. Cheers.

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Name: 2018 Nissan Rogue SV with AWD
Rental Car No. 69

Compact Sport Utility Vehicle
MSRP: Around $26,995
AWD: Extra $1350

Engine: 2.5 Liter 16-valve 4-cylinder engine
Transmission: Continuously Variable Speed Automatic
Horsepower: 170 hp at 6,000 rmps
MPG: 26 city, 33 highway
Fuel Capacity: 14.5 gallons
Towing Capacity: 1,102 lbs
0 to 60: 9.1 seconds

Wheels: 17" Aluminum Wheels
Exterior Color: Magnetic Black
Interior Color: Charcoal Cloth
Bluetooth
Heated Seats
Seats 5

Comments

    • Nathan BB-8
      Nathan BB-8

      That’s my dream car

      about 2 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Nathan BB-8

      It is nice. And the 2019 is even better.

      about 2 months ago
    • Derek Roach IG: durek_roche
      Derek Roach IG: durek_roche

      I'm pushing 30 and I miss CD players. I've been driving a 2016 Civic EX-T for the last 3+ years and I miss playing all my CDs. I'm looking for a bigger car and have some money to spend. I'm so glad this car still comes with a CD player.

      about 2 months ago
    • Snake1989
      Snake1989

      That blind spot monitoring is horrible. Having little blinking lights and noise every time a vehicle passes me would drive me crazy. I have blind spot monitoring ... It's called a side view mirror

      about 3 months ago
    • Eye Liv2ryde
      Eye Liv2ryde

      Nice review. Couple of questions...Do the rear seats fold flat? Does it have a power driver's seat and lumbar support, what is the noise level while highway cruising?

      about 4 months ago
    • dimensional 8
      dimensional 8

      Got the SL

      about 4 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to dimensional 8

      Nice! Congratulations!

      about 4 months ago
    • Mike M
      Mike M

      sign this petition to make Nissan back what they sell,CVT TRANSMISSION JUNK!! https://www.thepetitionsite.com/884/888/747/make-it-right-nissan/?fbclid=IwAR09S1q881kFshYAqRpTVZVCaCW1jRQ7NFbgrdyqCEwpUpEvhVp0XTKAADo

      about 6 months ago
    • imaprinta
      imaprinta

      The kick motion to open the tail gate seems to be a feature that's standard on the SV model that the reviewer didn't mention. Very handy when hands are full. Other than that, great job by the reviewer.

      about 6 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to imaprinta

      Thanks! I wasn't aware of the tail gate option. I wonder if this vehicle had it? Anyway, I'll keep an eye out for it next time. Thanks for the heads up. ✌️

      about 6 months ago
    • Yani Ahmori
      Yani Ahmori

      Honestly I enjoyed this review your voice was really soothing 🍃 it relaxed me lol 👍🏽

      about 7 months ago
    • Hubetta Lear
      Hubetta Lear

      I love Nissan vehicles. I would love to have a Nissan Rogue but I can not afford it. I did have a Nissan Frontier king cab oh I searched n searched til I found my perfect Frontier. But my granddaughter needed a vehicle dependable for her first vehicle n so my truck went to her gotta make sure she's safe. I'm disabled but my husband n I have managed to get our kids n grandkids cars and so so thankful we could well I'm still paying on one but u do whatche can for your kids but my husband truck so big it's so hard for me to get in n out of but I'm very thankful we have what we have. When ur raised with little honey u appreciate what u do have. Very nice vehicles..

      about 7 months ago
    • Oscar Raudales
      Oscar Raudales

      I own the 2016 nissan rogue sv awd and it's confortable, reliable, fast and fun to drive.

      about 7 months ago
    • BULLET COOK
      BULLET COOK

      Very good review. Very clear voice too. Good Job!

      about 8 months ago
    • adobewanjerkobi
      adobewanjerkobi

      Drove one of these (2016 though, I believe) while I was in Las Vegas and Kingman...I could not keep up with traffic at all. And the second day I got a check engine light! At 29k miles! The heck? Luckily Enterprise let me just drive it back and they gave me a 4x4 Grand Cherokee to drive. Now that was a great highway cruiser. The gas mileage difference was very noticeable though. :(

      about 8 months ago
    • imaprinta
      imaprinta In reply to adobewanjerkobi

      Something had to be wrong with that Rogue obviously. I had a 2015 SV for three years that i just returned with 38,000 and only had to perform routine maintenance. Never had any problems on the highway at all. And I drive a little on the fast side.

      about 6 months ago
    • Kwoo We
      Kwoo We

      好便宜

      about 9 months ago
    • Jennifer Cabrera
      Jennifer Cabrera

      Does it have Apple CarPlay?

      about 10 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Jennifer Cabrera

      Hi Jennifer. Yep, the 2018 model comes with it standard.

      about 10 months ago
    • Yaboi Drunkie
      Yaboi Drunkie

      i didn't rent it..





      I buyed it.

      about 10 months ago
    • Yaboi Drunkie
      Yaboi Drunkie In reply to Yaboi Drunkie

      thanks :)

      about 10 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Yaboi Drunkie

      Congratulations!

      about 10 months ago
    • caldeira99
      caldeira99

      I just rented one of these and this video was very very helpful, Thank you for helping me to be more comfortable driving this sweet little car.

      about 11 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to caldeira99

      You're very welcome. And thanks for the supportive comment!

      about 11 months ago
    • HALWG51
      HALWG51

      I own a 2018 Nissan Murano which was in an accident with a deer and is currently in the body shop getting repaired.  My rental car while the Murano is in the shop is the 2018 Rogue SV, that looks very similar to the one you have in this video.  For me, coming from a Murano, this is a very disappointing SUV.  I'm 6'2" tall and 185# and I'm very cramped in the driver's seat.  It's just not at all comfortable to me.  And while people may think that the Murano and Rogue look very similar in size, nothing could be further from the truth.  The Rogue is much narrower cutting down considerably in interior space.  And the biggest difference is in trunk room.  My wife and I are golfers and regularly carry 2 to 4 sets of golf clubs, with 2 - 4 adults in the car.  In the Rogue, clubs sill only fit on an angle in the back, and 2 sets is a very tight fit.  They have to be jammed in on top of one another.Then we have the decidedly underpowered 4 cyl. engine.  It's pathetic compared to the 3.5L V-6 in the Murano.  And the difference in gas mileage is not significant.  I get 32 on the highway in the Murano and average about 26.5 overall.  The Rogue in eco mode gets about 2 mpg more.  Really not worth the difference.Yes, there is about a $10,000 difference in the 2 cars, but with the Murano you are getting a bigger, much more premium vehicle.

      about 11 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to HALWG51

      I've never driven a Murano, but after reading your comment I'm going to put it towards the top of my list. Sounds like a nice ride. And I agree about the Rogue, it definitely isn't a "premium" vehicle, but it does have its good qualities.

      about 11 months ago
    • enr3870
      enr3870

      170 hp

      about 1 year ago
    • la10sooony
      la10sooony

      What happens when you reach 100 cars 😂😂, nice review btw keep it up

      about 1 year ago
    • chocolatewheelchair
      chocolatewheelchair In reply to la10sooony

      100 Rental Cars you should call it 101 Rental Cars. I think that alludes to an unlimited amount. Big fan. Just found you. Nice pacing in the videos.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to la10sooony

      Thanks for the kind words. After 100? I think I'm going to keep going, but I guess I'll have to rename the channel, right? 100+ Rental Cars? 200 Rental Cars? 🤔 Any ideas?

      about 1 year ago
    • SoFloDrivers
      SoFloDrivers

      We just bought a S trim 3 days ago and absolutely love it so far. As our second Nissan we are very pleased!

      about 1 year ago
    • Jason B
      Jason B

      I hate that you don’t cover the little things, like is the dash soft or hard plastic, how much cheap hard plastic is there, do the dials feel cheap or nice, and so on...... These things matter a lot to me.
      For example you compare a Hyundai Santafe 2014 to a dodge journey 2014 and the Hyundai has a lot of hard cheap plastic feeling and dodge is soft leather stitch. Anyway I wish you covered stuff as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Jason B

      Hey Jason, thanks for the constructive criticism. I have done that in the past and, at times, it can make my videos too long. But I'll try and incorporate a little bit more description in my future reviews. It won't be in next week's video (the 2018 Chevy Impala), because I've already filmed it, but I'll do my best to add it to the video after that. Hopefully you'll check it out and let me know how I did. Anyway, thanks again. Comments like yours really do help. Cheers!

      about 1 year ago
    • Ryan Frisby
      Ryan Frisby

      You are the best

      about 1 year ago
    • Nahin Khan
      Nahin Khan

      I work at an Enterprise in NYC, great video. Absolutely love this vehicle.

      about 1 year ago
    • Trenton Hull
      Trenton Hull

      Enterprise gave us a Rogue IDENTICAL to this one. I would like a bigger engine and a better infotainment system. Other than that, it's a great car.

      about 1 year ago
    • kalel33
      kalel33 In reply to Trenton Hull

      +Trenton Hull You're 2017 doesn't have Apple Carplay or Android Auto. That's a pretty big difference.

      about 5 months ago
    • Trenton Hull
      Trenton Hull In reply to Trenton Hull

      100 Rental Cars I actually have a 2017. The only differences are is that the radio looks different, the fuel door release is in a different spot, and it doesn't have the button to close the trunk.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Trenton Hull

      Agreed! It's surprisingly good, right?

      about 1 year ago
    • lawnmyster
      lawnmyster

      2.5 engine has 170 HP not 140.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to lawnmyster

      You're right! Sorry about that. I do try to get my info right, but sometimes I screw up. Thanks for taking the time to point this out. Unfortunately , I can't redo the video, but I'll highlight your comment so hopefully people will notice. Cheers!

      about 1 year ago
    • Adrian Marcel
      Adrian Marcel

      You should start honking the horn! Great video though

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Adrian Marcel

      I actually thought that exact same thing the other day. I think I will! To be honest, when I started filming these I felt a bit strange. Sometimes work gets a bit crazy, I don't have time to find a nice location, and I'm forced to film in the parking lot of a big box store or something. People give me strange looks. That's my long winded way of stay I was too embarrassed to do it before, but not anymore! My next video is already filmed, but the one after that will include a nice, long horn honk! Happy New Year!

      about 1 year ago
    • nyed2ca
      nyed2ca

      Just got a 2018 Rouge SV myself. Upgraded to the Midnight Edition w/ the built in Navigation w/ 360 camera monitor. Love it. You get a lot of car for the money with Nissan.

      I agree with the reviewer that the center display and surrounding buttons could have been designed and implemented much better... but that you also adapt and it becomes "normal" soon enough. I likewise think the steering wheel controls could have been designed and laid out better (there is a size emphasis on the wrong buttons).

      And I also agree that the rear storage area could have been (should have been?) designed much better IMHO. But the rear storage system is indeed unique ("Divide-N-Hide Cargo System") and one can easily argue it's a feature that sways folks to actually get this car. Whatever. :) I am a fan of a more traditional rear like what you'd get in the Honda CRV. The Rogue loses too much interior width and height with their design. That said, I am adapting and have indeed already had special use cases where Nissan's flexible shelving and compartment set ups provided me solutions that just don't exist in other manufacturer's wide open rear storage designs. For example, normal grocery shopping... set up a wall to keep my bags from rolling around and contents spilling out.

      I find the car's pickup more then sufficient and even fun. Even the engine's growl under acceleration sounds much better then many competitor's whining turbo sounds. But sure, this car is not for racing to see who can get to the next red light the soonest! I'll see you there one second later.

      I also find the isolation from exterior road noise to be excellent for the category. The music audio sounds great. And yes, one of the main reasons I got a 2018 model year despite there still being so much remaining inventory of 2017 AND 2017.5 models (translation: STEEP discounts on those still new cars the dealers need to blow out) is that only the 2018 Rogues have Apple Carplay and Android Auto.

      I additionaly suspect having the 360 camera view of the area around my car will become a must have feature in any future car I will get - it's just that cool. Also the car's tailgate is not only electronic, but programmable AND has that kick-motion-under-the-bumper feature to open and close the tailgate handsfree! Other manufacture's cars in this category either don't have that; or it may only be available on their highest trims!

      Lastly, in addition to the Blind Side safety technology on the car, mine also has the Adaptive Cruise Control (not sure what Nissan calls it). The "Zero Gravity" seats are very comfortable (but granted I have not tried long trips yet to know how that will feel.) Anyway, I could go on, but yeah I am happy with the car so far.

      about 1 year ago
    • Nahin Khan
      Nahin Khan In reply to nyed2ca

      Great choice!

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Shaw
      Robert Shaw In reply to nyed2ca

      nyed2ca I would have liked to have had a digital display of the speedometer but that isn't a big deal. a lot of the other stuff you can look at on that screen I wouldn't be using. I like the Rogue because I thought it was very comfortable and I thought they used quality materials on the inside. I just felt right at home in it. I did think the engine was a little weak but when I drove it on the freeway I put it in sport mode and it was okay. I know Consumer Reports rates the current Rogue above average in reliability but below average in owner satisfaction. I also like the Honda CR-V and the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. the Toyota RAV4 gets pretty good reviews but I think it's kind of ugly. I enjoyed reading your comments. you went into a lot of nice details.

      about 1 year ago
    • nyed2ca
      nyed2ca In reply to nyed2ca

      I don't think the Rogue, in general, is a particularly great looking SUV... certainly not superior looking to some of it's competition... EXCEPT in the Midnight Edition trim package. Proving indeed that wheels can be a difference maker. And if the Midnight Edition had even larger wheels it would look even more awesome. Honda's CRV for example gets the wheel size right if one wants a manly, tough looking, SUV. The blackened rims of the Midnight Edition offset the smallish (IMHO) tire size.

      For me, it came down to the White versus the Gunmetal grey and I went with Gunmetal. While white and all black cars can be stunning when clean, keeping them clean is a full time job. Grey cars can go weeks without a wash and still look great. Moving along...

      No there is no digital version of the speedometer. The center digital display between the Tachometer and Speedometer can cycle through a wide rage of digital information on a very Hi Resolution screen (like the reviewer points out - the LCD quality of the multiple screens in this car is superior to many competitors') such as average speed or current MPGs (music, navigation, compass, etc too) but there is no redundant digital display of actual current speed next to the standard, easy to read, large analog MPH gauge.

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Shaw
      Robert Shaw In reply to nyed2ca

      nyed2ca a few weeks ago I test drove a 2018 SV, Midnight Edition,, in the pearl white color. I really liked it. I thought the black wheels look great against that white color. when you drive it are you able to see the speed you are going digitally?? I couldn't see that on the one I test drove, so I'm wondering if Nissan allows you to see it digitally. Enjoy your Rogue.

      about 1 year ago
    • nyed2ca
      nyed2ca In reply to nyed2ca

      100 Rental Cars Happy New Year to you and your family too!

      about 1 year ago
    • Nick R
      Nick R

      Why do people hate CVT so much?

      about 1 year ago
    • Carl Savard
      Carl Savard In reply to Nick R

      Because its sucks the fun out of driving, and it is noisy? Im sure its great for gas economy, but for me it just kills the product.

      about 1 year ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Nick R

      Beats me. I kinda like it.

      about 1 year ago
    • Disney Fan
      Disney Fan

      The SV trim is a nice rental but the base S is pretty basic. You got lucky and got a SV.

      about 1 year ago
    • Disney Fan
      Disney Fan In reply to Disney Fan

      drew Yes the S is Basic. Do you work in the Automotive industry? Probably not

      about 1 year ago
    • drew
      drew In reply to Disney Fan

      Disney Fan no it's fucking not.... You need to do your research on cars... This actually pisses me off

      about 1 year ago
    • Disney Fan
      Disney Fan In reply to Disney Fan

      drew Um the CRV for 2012-2016 came with a USB port, rear view Camera. But Still the base Rouge S is still basic.

      about 1 year ago
    • drew
      drew In reply to Disney Fan

      Disney Fan and if we were really going to compare the rogue being to basic 2014-2016 the Honda CR-V was extremely basic on the LX trim as was the the Toyota rav-4... At least the rogue came standard with a rearview camera, keyless entry, USB, Aux, Bluetooth, etc... Most cars in this class through 2014-2017 didn't even have these features.

      about 1 year ago
    • drew
      drew In reply to Disney Fan

      The 2017.5 Nissan Rogue came standard with forward emergency braking, blindsport warning, and rear cross traffic alert as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • Félix Boutin
      Félix Boutin

      In canada, the rogue sport is called: Qashqai

      about 1 year ago
    • hellion605
      hellion605 In reply to Félix Boutin

      Félix Boutin same in Europe

      about 10 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Félix Boutin

      +Félix Boutin Very cool. I kinda prefer Qashqai.

      about 1 year ago