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Nissan Crossovers and SUVs

Right now, the biggest thing in the auto industry is the crossover and SUV segment. There are so many uses for an SUV whether you’re loading up the vehicle for your next road trip or just taking the kids to soccer practice. Crossovers take it to the next level by combining the maneuverability and fuel economy of a small car with the capabilities of an SUV. If you’re in the market for these popular and versatile vehicles, Nissan has plenty of great Crossovers and SUVs​ for you to choose from.

2017 Nissan Rogue
Rogue and Rogue Select:  What’s the difference between these two? The Rogue Select is the previous generation model rebranded, while the Rogue is the second-gen entry. Either way, you’re getting a capable SUV with top safety marks. The new Rogue gets better fuel economy with a rating of 33 mpg on the highway, but the older iteration is a more affordable alternative.
2017 Nissan Juke
Juke:  Bearing a recognizable design that manages to be both quirky and sporty, the Nissan Juke adds a splash of fun to the daily commute with an energetic, responsive drive. The 39.5 cubic feet of cargo space and 34 mpg highway fuel rating makes the Juke practical, too.
2017 Nissan Murano
Murano:  Powerful, spacious, capable, and offers useful features such as an Around View monitor, all-wheel drive, and an available rear-seat USB drive that syncs with the infotainment system -- the Nissan Murano is loaded with perks that make it fabulous for families on the go.
2018 Nissan Pathfinder
Pathfinder:  Another great option for a family hauler, the Pathfinder delivers a standard engine that cranks out 260 HP and seating for 7. Plus, this contender can tow up to 5,000 lbs and offers different wheel-drive modes depending on whether you want to conserve fuel or turn on the 4WD system in case of hazardous roads.
2018 Nissan Armada
Armada:  The biggest option in Nissan’s SUV lineup has space for 9 riders, lots of power, and a max towing capacity of 9,000 lbs. Plus, if you want something a bit for upscale, you can opt for the Platinum Reserve Package, which adds an extra layer of luxury to the experience.
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