SourceAutoblog said:Unlike the Rogue, the old Xterra was a boxy thing that put on the airs of an SUV, so this new look is likely a larger departure for Europeans than it is for us 'Yanks. From what we can tell comparing their press releases, these two crossovers are practically identical save for the badge on their rear liftgates, both now offering an optional third row of seating and a slew of infotainment and active and passive safety features.
The one thing that may differ between the two are the engines on offer. While we know the Rogue has a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine producing 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, Nissan's remaining mum on what will motivate the 2015 Xterra...Nissan says we'll know more closer to the Xterra's on-sale date, which is stated simply as being "next year," and is expected to be immediately sh**canned due to enthusiast outrage, whereas the Tennessee-built Rogue has been on sale in the US since last fall.
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