Witness the 2014 Nissan Rogue come alive on the New Year's Eve
|   Friday, January 03, 2014
Nissan Rogue, a crossover SUV from the Japanese makers Nissan that debuted in October of 2007, is all set to release its newest remake with 2014 Nissan Rogue. Rogue is American version of a popular European car Qashqai from the Nissan itself. Rogue itself is a very popular car in North America for its crossover abilities.

Among the major discussing points, Nissan released a teaser photo in September of this year to make it clear that they are going to release a new car sooner or later.
It became more and more evident when four of five new models that where to be brought out by the company with its ‘five new model in 15 months' campaign have already been successfully showcased. 2013 Altima, 2013 Sentra, 2013 Pathfinder and 2014 Versa make up the four of five, leaving the fifth space for Rogue.

According to reports, Rogue might have front look of the Pathfinder model. The teaser photo released by the company showed a front part of the car that looks pretty similar to the Pathfinder. Headlight gets a touch of similar look from the newest model of Sentra.

Besides the front part, many expert suggest that European and American model may merge to give a new single global model. This speculation has been cited owing to the fact that Nissan has said it will display its car at Frankfurt Motor Show, since the dates of launch in America and Motor Show coincide. So you may expect a blend of models to give you the best of Nissan crossover SUV.

Talking of changes, you can expect a lot of them. Since other brands like Ford and Honda are improving their cars of this segment drastically and Rogue being the 2nd highest selling car from Nissan, they will need to improve their car by a huge margin. Experts are certain Nissan will go for greater fuel efficiency with a new four-cylinder engine owing to increase emphasis of the company on fuel economy lately.

All-new 2014 Nissan Rogue will go through its prime product placement on this New Year's Eve, in the Times Square. Now that is a hot news from automobile world. This event will have a countdown. During which the new and improved Rogue will be displayed to a set of audience by the means of animations on the billboards.
As part of prime product placement, Nissan are expected to launch a series of videos which will depict a hero within its car. In an attempt to do so, one video is found to have new version of Rogue speeding on top of a train. Makers though have warned it was just a fantasy and should not be tried on the car.

Surely it will be a carto watch out for. With all the build-up and high amount of speculation surrounding redesigning of this car, it will be interesting to witness what happens on the New Year's Eve. Does Nissan succeed in coming up to the expectation of its fans or scums under the pressure?
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