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What Makes a Nissan Rogue a Rogue Select?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016
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Look at the Nissan lineup and you will notice that there is both a Nissan Rogue and a Rogue Select. These two models are incredibly similar with just a few main differences. If you don’t feel like sitting down and comparing a list of detailed specifications, then use the following information to choose whether the Rogue or Rogue Select is right for you.

Major Differences

Essentially, the Rogue will have the latest features while the Rogue Select is based on the previous model year and will, therefore, have fewer features. As such, the Nissan Rogue Select will cost less than the Rogue. In addition, if you put the two models side by side, you will notice that the Rogue Select is slightly smaller. It has an interior of 126.4 cubic feet compared to the 135.9 cubic feet in the Rogue.

2016 Nissan Rogue

2016 Nissan Rogue

Rogue Select Trim Options

The Rogue Select also tends to offer fewer options than the Nissan Rogue since it is designed to appeal to Montgomery drivers who don’t need the latest technology or comforts. The 2016 Nissan Rogue, for example, comes in the S, SV, or SL trim then lets you add the Family Package, Appearance Package, Moonroof Package, or Premium Package depending on the trim level. The 2015 Rogue Select, on the other hand, is only available as the Rogue Select S. You can, however, pick a version with the Convenience Package or Convenience and Appearance Packages. Speaking of configurations, the Rogue Select always has two rows of seating. The Nissan Rogue, on the other hand, can be configured with an optional third row.

Rogue Select

Nissan Rogue Select

If you still have any questions about the differences between the Rogue and Rogue Select, the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama, can assist you.

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Nissan Announces the New 2016 Lineup!

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
Nissan 2016 Lineup Alabama

Nissan 2016 Lineup Alabama

Nissan strives to always provide Alabama drivers with the latest technologies and features in their vehicles, yet the 2016 lineup continues to amaze. The 2016 lineup features the all-new Nissan Maxima and the all-new TITAN XD pickup as well as significant refreshes to the Altima and Sentra. Here are just some of the exciting changes you can expect in the 2016 lineup.

2016 Frontier

The 2016 Nissan Frontier takes the existing, highly capable pickup and adds the option of a Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic, or Sunset Orange exterior. It also adds a moonroof to the Frontier Crew Cab SV. As before, you can pick from 4×2 and 4×4; King Cab and Crew Cab; and S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner, and SL trims.

2016 Rogue

For 2016, the Rogue SL Premium Package is adding Forward Emergency Braking, and this trim level also gets NissanConnect Services from SiriusXM. Other changes affecting all or some trims include the addition of Siri Eyes Free, optional body-colored exterior mirrors featuring integrated turn signals, chrome door handles, and a Magnetic Black exterior color.

2016 Maxima

The 2016 Nissan Maxima is an all-new large sedan that will offer incredible technology, performance, and style. This model represents the 8th generation and is known as the “4-door sports car” in the Nissan lineup. It runs on a new 300-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine with over 60 percent new parts and has a new Xtronic transmission that is performance-oriented. Available upgrades include premium Ascot Leather-appointed seats, Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Cruise Control, and Forward Emergency Braking.

2016 Juke

For 2016, the stylish Nissan Juke adds the choice of two Personal package options, which will paint the outside mirrors as well as door handles and add yellow seat inserts, interior stitching, and a yellow center console. It also now comes with Siri Eyes Free and can still be configured as FWD or AWD in the S, SV, or SL model.

To learn more about any modes in the 2016 Nissan lineup or find out when they will be available, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.

The 2016 Nissan Rogue Will Be Here Soon!

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
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2016 Nissan Rogue MontgomeryMontgomery drivers only have to wait until this fall to get behind the wheel of their very own 2016 Nissan Rogue. Rogue sales have been constantly increasing, and the 2016 model will see numerous updates to make it even more appealing.

Updates for 2016

Most of the new features you will find in the 2016 Rogue show technological advancements that Nissan has made throughout the years and can now let drivers take advantage of. There is a brand-new telematics service, Siri Eyes Free, a Motion-Activated Power Liftgate, and Forward Emergency Braking (FEB). The last of these relies on radar technology to monitor your proximity to the car in front of you as well as your speed and is currently an option on the Murano and Maxima. There will also be additional updates, but they haven’t been announced yet. We do know that all models have a new exterior color, Magnetic Black, to choose from, and the Rogue S Appearance Package will now include body-colored exterior mirrors featuring integrated turn signals as well as chrome door handles.

More on the Rogue

For those who love the previous Rogue models, you will not have to worry, as there is still the option of two or three rows of seats, letting you fit five or seven passengers. The 2016 Rogue will also feature the same great EZ Flex Seating System that makes the optional third row easily accessible. The Divide-N-Hide Cargo System will continue to offer storage flexibility as well as the chance to hide valuables.

To be one of the first in Montgomery, Alabama, to get behind the wheel of a 2016 Nissan Rogue, talk to the experts at Jack Ingram Nissan.

The Nissan Rogue Offers Advanced Safety Technology

Sunday, August 30th, 2015
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Nissan Rogue Safety Technology MontgomeryNo matter which crossover you choose to drive, you want it to be able to keep you and your loved ones safe. The Nissan Rogue truly delivers in this respect in addition to its top styling, power, and overall design. The comfortable interior of the Rogue lets you relax with leather seats and chrome accents while an optional third row of seating makes it a true family option. When you throw in the following safety features, the Rogue truly stands out from the crowd.

Around View Monitor and Moving Object Detection

The 2015 Nissan Rogue gives you the ability to get a class-exclusive feature, an Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection. This system makes it incredibly easy to park or back up. The system uses four cameras with wide angles and combines their images to create a composite view from over your vehicle. This lets you see where your SUV is in relation to other objects, including the curb.

Forward Collision Warning

If you opt for a model with Forward Collision Warning, you will get sensors in the front bumper of your Rogue. These sensors constantly monitor the road in front of you and work to calculate the distance between you and the next vehicle. If it thinks you are approaching them too quickly, it uses audible and visual cues to let you know.

Blind Spot Warning

The Blind Spot Warning system works to detect whether there is a vehicle in your blind spot. If there is, it illuminates indicators by your side mirror as well as within the Advanced Drive-Assist Display. If you still don’t notice the vehicle in your blind spot and indicate you will change lanes, it chimes and blinks a light.

In addition to those advanced safety features, you can also configure your Nissan Rogue with Lane Departure Warning so you don’t drift out of your lane. To learn more about these and other features, talk to the professionals at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.

The 2015 Nissan Rogue SUV Should Not Be Doubted

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
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2015 Nissan Rogue SUV MontgomeryIf you are looking for your next SUV, then don’t doubt the abilities of the 2015 Nissan Rogue. This vehicle is packed with features, including safety, entertainment, and comfort. It also offers a powerful performance, good fuel economy, and the ability to meet most budgets.

Top Features

Depending on the Rogue trim you select, you will get Bluetooth phone integration, sliding seats in the second row, a power adjustable driver’s seat, dual-zone climate control, LED running lights, and keyless start and stop.

You can also opt for a Premium Package to add NissanConnect, which adds mobile apps and navigation as well as voice recognition and a 7-inch touchscreen display. This package will also add heated front seats, a power liftgate, and advanced safety features, such as the Around View Monitor, Lane Departure Warning, and Blind Spot Warning.

Power and Performance

The powerful DOHC engine is another reason you should never doubt the Rogue or its abilities. This 2.5-liter 4-cylinder works perfectly with the continuously variable transmission while driving on the road. It also generates 175 pound-feet of torque and 170 horsepower. You will notice smooth handling with minimal feedback and a tight turning radius perfect for driving through Montgomery. Even the efficiency stands out, earning 28 mpg combined*.

Styling and Interior

The exterior of the Rogue projects a capable and confident aura with a bold fascia and strong proportions. Inside you can fit three rows of seats, making the Rogue a good option for large families with small children. The first and second rows are comfortable for adults on even long drives.

When you are ready to get behind the wheel of the 2015 Nissan Rogue, head to Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

Nissan Rogue vs. Nissan Rogue Select: What Is the Difference?

Monday, November 17th, 2014
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nissan rogue vs nissan rogue select

Have you seen the Nissan Rogue or the all-new Nissan Rogue Select? Both of these SUVs boast a similar design, and it’s understandable that you might be on the fence while trying to decipher their differences and deciding which one of these new Nissans is right for you. The bottom line is that the Nissan Rogue Select is a more affordable option than the Nissan Rogue and lacks many of the features you will find standard on a Rogue.

Nissan Rogue

  • Available in three different models, drivers can choose between a variety of different features and capabilities.
  • Extra options and customizations are also available to consider through additional packages, such as the SV Premium Package.
  • Advanced high-tech features also come standard, such as 7.0-inch color touch-screen display.

Nissan Rogue Select

  • Unlike the Rogue, this model only comes in one trim level, but there’s still the option of FWD or AWD.
  • Only one equipment package is available (called the Convenience Package).
  • It also boasts high-tech features, but not as grand in scale. For instance, it has a 3-inch color audio display.

When comparing these two vehicles, it’s clear that even though these SUVs might have similar style, there are quite a few differences between the two. Want to find out more about the different features these two Nissan have to offer? Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama can answer all your questions.

Nissan Has he Most Fuel Efficient Vehicles in the US

Saturday, November 8th, 2014


The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has declared Nissan Group to be the most fuel-efficient automaker in the United States. According to the 2014 EPA “Trends” Report, Nissan and Infiniti’s 2013 fleet beat the likes of Toyota, Ford, GM, and Fiat-Chrysler, by achieving a combined 26.2 mpg* rating. Jack Ingram Nissan, in Montgomery, Alabama, proudly offers Nissan’s full range of fuel-efficient vehicles–from passenger cars and crossovers, to pickup trucks and SUVs, to hybrid and zero-emissions electric vehicles.

Nissan engineers are constantly improving the fuel efficiency of their vehicles, and the 2013 model-year has the numbers to prove it. Nissan Group’s 26.2 combined mpg rating improved over the 2012 model-year by a 2.1 combined mpg *(8.7%): a bigger year-over-year gain than any other manufacturer. This improvement in fuel economy can be traced to such engineering advancements as reduced powertrain friction, improved aerodynamics, and the use of efficient Xtronic transmissions. While industry-wide 2013 model year vehicles increased in weight, according to the EPA’s Report, Nissan’s engineering lightweight strategy, employed on all new models, significantly reduces vehicle curb weight. Lighter vehicles mean better fuel economy, and Nissan reduced the weight of the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder by 500 pounds, the 2013 Nissan Sentra by 150 pounds, and the 2013 Nissan Altima by 80 pounds.

Improvements in the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder, Sentra, and Altima were essential to Nissan’s number one efficiency rating. The 2013 Altima’s average combined fuel economy improved 4 mpg (14.8%). The most fuel-efficient 2013 Sentra model improved from 30 mpg to 34 mpg* (over 13% compared to the model it replaced). The 2013 Pathfinder improved 30% over the previous year’s model with a combined fuel economy 22 mpg*, making it the most improved of the three.

Nissan’s fuel-efficient fleet contributed to the record levels of fuel economy achieved by the automotive industry in 2013. The adjusted fuel economy for all model-year 2013 vehicles is 24.1 mpg, which is .5 mpg* higher than model-year 2012. Leading all American manufacturers, Nissan’s 26.2 mpg is 2.1 mpg* higher than the industry average. The Report indicates that technological innovations that conserve fuel are driving manufacturers and consumers. Model-year 2014 offers twice as many hybrid vehicles as model-year 2009, including the Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid and the Nissan Altima Hybrid, and a number of plug-in electric vehicles, like the Nissan Leaf.

You can expect to see Nissan shining in the coming years’ “Trends” Reports, as well. The redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue achieves a capable combined average of 28 mpg, which is 3 mpg* more than its predecessor. Nissan’s fuel efficiency will only improve with the all-new 2015 Murano, the next-generation Maxima, and the upcoming all-new Titan. Come to Jack Ingram Nissan and take home a Nissan: America’s most fuel-efficient vehicles.


*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.