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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
The premium Bose audio system offers good bass response without sacrificing overall quality.
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.
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.
The 2013 Nissan Rogue comes with a strong feature set, and you get quite a lot for the money, even at the base 'S' level.
Power windows, locks and mirrors; an AM/FM/CD player with steering-wheel controls; air conditioning; and cruise control are now all included in the Rogue S. But you still need to check an option box on the base model to get a Bluetooth hands-free interface.
The Special Edition Package brings to base S two more audio speakers, for a total of six, as well as Bluetooth.
Opt for the Rogue SV and you'll get 17-inch wheels, a rearview camera, and a USB port. The SL model (technically 'SV with SL Package') gets Nissan's Around View monitor, a souped-up set of cameras that generates a 180-degree view for safer reversing and parking.
Separately, you can save some money by instead adding the Premium Edition (formerly the Premium Package), with which you get a rearview camera; a USB port; satellite radio; steering-wheel audio controls; and fog lights, plus Bose audio with a subwoofer.
Other major options on the Rogue include a navigation system; satellite radio; a moonroof; and xenon headlights.
Features and options are about as expected for this class, although extras are lumped into affordable packages.