2009 Nissan Rogue SL
Overall, the Nissan Rogue is a package that most small families will love. The interior is roomy enough, and the ride quality—road noise aside—is excellent, due to suspension tuning that's on the soft side yet just firm enough to be responsive. You won't find driving fun here, but it has everything big-city commuters want—an economical yet responsive powertrain, decent maneuverability, and most of the expected creature comforts. And a well-optioned Rogue, with heated leather seats, xenon headlamps, and high-end Bose audio, still prices at around $26k.
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