2011 Nissan Rogue

starting price: $22,270 12080

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Added: 05/24/11 Last Edited: 03/12/13

2011 Nissan Rogue Description

The 2011 Nissan Rogue costs about $57,486 to own over the first five years, so it is on the lower-end in terms of use and maintenance costs relative to other cars. It starts at $22,270. The 2011 Nissan Rogue notifies you when it is in need of services and has a tire monitoring system. It gets 22 miles per gallon in the city, so it gets decent gas mileage in stop-and-go conditions relative to other cars. It gets 28 miles per gallon on the highway, so it conserves fuel relatively well at high speeds. When it comes to fuel tank capacity, the 2011 Nissan Rogue has a small gas tank. It is an SUV. In terms of number of passengers, it has plenty of room for the average family. It has 97.50 cubic feet of interior space, so it has a pretty roomy interior relative to other cars. As for 0 to 60 time, it is a bit slow to accelerate. The 2011 Nissan Rogue has a respectable top clip. It is constructed with a 1 speed transmission and has front-wheel drive. It has an engine that rotates 6,000.00 times per minute and is moderately powerful. It has a 4-cylinder engine and a 2.50-liter engine.

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performance
speed
0 to 60 time

8.80 seconds

max speed

130 mph

speed rating: How powerful is the engine? Is it a four-cylinder, a V6 or a V8? How fast does the vehicle go for 0 to 60 mph?
speed rating

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brakes
brakes front - disc,  rear - disc 
brake type

Power

brake ABS system: An anti-lock braking system allows the driver to maintain direction and reduce stopping distance, particularly on slippery roads.
brake ABS system

4-Wheel

front brake rotor diameter x thickness

11.8 x 1.0 in

rear brake rotor diameter x thickness

11.7 x 0.6 in

engine
engine
cooling system capacity

cylinder alignment: Cylinder alignment refers to where the cylinders are situated in relation to the engine. A V8 engine has two banks of four cylinders.
cylinder alignment
I alignment 
displacement: Displacement refers to the total volume of an engine's combustion chambers. The greater the displacement, the more powerful the engine.
displacement

2.50 liters

number of cylinders

4 cylinders

fuel system

SMPI

horsepower
net horsepower: This is the actual horsepower that reaches the wheels of a vehicle, as opposed to the horsepower an engine generates on a test stand.
net horsepower

170 horsepower

RPM: RPM refers to how many times per minute the crankshaft rotates (in thousands), as measured by the vehicle's tachometer. RPMs increase with acceleration, pushing the tachometer's needle toward the red line and necessitating a shift to a higher gear.
RPM

6,000 rpm

torque
net torque: Torque is the amount of turning power (similar to a wrench) an engine exerts at the wheels. Greater torque equates to quicker acceleration
net torque

175

torque RPM

4400 rpm

fuel economy
fuel economy
fuel tank capacity

15.90 gallons

fuel economy highway: This measures the average distance a vehicle can be driven on a gallon of gas during highway driving, and is characterized by consistent speeds with little stopping and idling. Highway fuel economy always is greater than city fuel economy.
fuel economy highway

28 miles per gallon

city fuel economy: This measures the average distance a vehicle can be driven on a gallon of gas during city driving, and is characterized by frequent stops and idling that consume more fuel. City fuel economy always is less than highway fuel economy.
city fuel economy

22 miles per gallon

fuel economy combined: Combined fuel economy measures a vehicle's average miles per gallon based on 55 percent city driving and 45 percent highway driving.
fuel economy combined

25 miles per gallon

steering
steering ratio (:1): Steering ratio is the relationship between how much a turn of the steering wheel turns the wheels. If one revolution (360 degrees) of the steering wheel turns the wheels 20 degrees, then the steering ratio is 360 divided by 20, or 18:1. The higher the ratio, the more the steering wheel needs to be turned to get the wheels to turn a given distance.
steering ratio (:1)

17:1

turning diameter: This is the size of the smallest circular turn a vehicle can make. Also referred to as "turning radius." The smaller the car, the tighter the turning diameter.
turning diameter

37.40 feet

steering type

Power Rack & Pinion

suspension
front suspension type
rear suspension type independent rear suspension  
transmission
drivetrain: This refers to all the components that propel a vehicle, primarily the engine, transmission and driveline. Engine power is transferred to the front wheels for front-wheel drive, the rear wheels for rear-wheel drive and all four wheels for all-wheel drive. Rear-wheel drive offers better performance, while front-wheel drive enhances traction. All-wheel drive directs power to the wheel or wheels that have the most traction.
drivetrain
front-wheel drive 
transmission speed

1 speed

first gear ratio

second gear ratio

third gear ratio

fourth gear ratio

fifth gear ratio

sixth gear ratio

reverse ratio

1.75

clutch size

final drive axle ratio

6.12

seventh gear ratio

durability rating: Does the vehicle require a lot of expensive repairs, even if scheduled maintenance has been performed? Does it continue to drive like new? Are you confident driving it long distances?
durability rating

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performance rating: Does the vehicle handle well? Does it offer sufficient power? Does it perform well in adverse weather?
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number of trims

available trims

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