That’s a lower price than either the RAV4 or CR-V but higher than Mazda’s CX-5. You can compare all three along with the 2013 Rogue here . Moving the new Rogue is the old 2.5-liter four-cylinder from the current model with identical power numbers of 170 horsepower and 175 pounds-feet of torque. But Nissan expects mileage to improve some 18% to 33 mpg highway for front-wheel-drive models when EPA ratings are released. Overall, the interior looks to be on par with the company’s Altima midsize sedan versus the Sentra compact with the top-of-the-line SL with leather shown in these images looking especially upscale.
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As to be expected in a concept car, cabin materials appear top-notch. Leather wrapping adorns swaths of the car’s dashboard; Infiniti says the black panels elsewhere have hints of bronze. The front seats have enormous leather straps that line the bolsters and ceramic upper sections with integrated speakers. Real metal covers other various surfaces. No doubt some materials won’t make the production car, but the design — whose asymmetric layout appeals — should carry forth. Infiniti says it aimed the Q30 at a “new generation of premium customers.” Read: young people — that is, affluent young people, and the same ones targeted by everything from the BMW i3 and Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class to the Lexus CT 200h .
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