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“the enormous glovebox is more useful than some convertibles' trunks”
Cargo organizer a “skilled, simple innovation”
“navigation isn’t available”
The 2010 Rogue comes with most of the requisite features for comfortable family motoring—like air conditioning, cruise control, and a nice-sounding audio system with steering-wheel controls. The SL model adds a few more features but offers the most desirable options, including a Leather Package and a Premium Package that includes a Bluetooth hands-free phone system and the Intelligent Key entry/ignition system.
Consumer Reports likes the “removable, foldable cargo organizer for the rear storage area,” which comes on the SL version. Cars.com thinks it's “one of the most skilled, simple innovations I've seen in a small SUV,” able to carry “about 10 lightly packed plastic grocery bags.”
Some vehicles in this class do offer more options than the 2010 Nissan Rogue, however. One of them in particular irks the tech writers at CNET: “navigation isn't available.” CNET likes the interface of the Bose audio upgrade, along with the steering wheel controls, but they think that it “produces only average audio quality.”
Top tech features are lacking from the options list in the 2010 Nissan Rogue, but plenty of standard equipment is included.