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While it's not a class standout in this respect, the 2011 Nissan Rogue comes with a strong list of standard features and options.
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The premium Bose audio system offers good bass response without sacrificing overall quality.
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There's a slot next to the cupholders to house your cell phone or MP3 player of choice, but it's not very deep so the gadget falls out at every turn.
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A standard S trim that we later drove didn't have the visor mirrors either, so be sure your date fixes his/her hair before jumping inside.
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The Nissan Rogue comes with all the requisites for basic family comfort—including air conditioning, cruise control, and a nice-sounding audio system with steering-wheel controls.

For 2011, the Rogue is newly offered in S and SV trims, replacing the S and SL trims last year. The SV model more closely aligns it with the trims that have been phased in for Nissan's sportier models, like the Maxima, and its options list has been reconfigured. The new SV model includes many of the features of last year's SL at what sounds like a lower price point. A nav system, a power moonroof, xenon headlamps, rearview monitor, and XM satellite radio remain on the options list.

The stylish Rogue S Krom Edition returns for 2011. It gets special 18-inch wheels, a center-exit sport-tuned exhaust, a unique grille and bumper with fog lamps, and other styling tweaks.

Conclusion

While it's not a class standout in this respect, the 2011 Nissan Rogue comes with a strong list of standard features and options.

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