What is the fuel economy of the 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid?
Back in the days of yore, sport utility vehicles were widely considered massive gluttons of gasoline. They chugged fuel as if their existence depended on it, all while taking a big bite out of your wallet. Imagine an SUV come to life, sitting at a picnic table with a wallet on its plate, taking big bites out of it like a cheeseburger and chomping it loudly, chasing it down with a big swig of gasoline. Those days are long gone, as engineers and innovators for SUVs have developed leaner and more efficient models, particularly in the crossover segment. One such model is the Nissan Rogue, which also has a hybrid version available to those who want to save even more money on fuel. What is the fuel economy of the 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid? Read on!
The 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid is available in two different trims: SV and SL. Both of these trims are capable of getting an estimated 33 city and 35 highway miles per gallon. Did you ever think such numbers were possible from a vehicle that falls under the SUV umbrella? The SV trim offers such features as Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and more. Specific hybrid functionality includes Engine Idle Start/Stop and an Energy Flow Gauge. The SL Hybrid includes the SV Hybrid features and adds the Motion Activated Liftgate, NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps, Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, leather-appointed seats, and more.
For higher fuel efficiency on these hybrid models, a new driving mode called Eco Mode is available to really get everything you can from every drop of fuel. Couple that with auto-stop/start technology, which shuts down the engine when you’re at a stoplight and restarts it when you move again, and you have an efficient crossover that will be saving you money throughout the course of ownership.