2015 Nissan Rogue all around nice vehicle.
I have always had Nissan cars, specifically Nissan Rogues. I had an '09 Rogue for many years before switching over to my '15 Nissan Rogue a few years ago. Being a newer vehicle, aesthetically it is beautiful. I love the design and the way the paint is finished (mine is navy blue, but looks slate or purple depending on the lighting). The headlights are very bright, but I am told no offensively so, like most new vehicles. Inside I have heated leather seats and a sun roof. The radio system is touch, and there is a CD slot and hookups for aux. I do believe it has the ability to connect to Bluetooth if you use your phone for music, but I have never tried to do so - it does not seem like something that is quick to set up and I have never put the time aside to figure it out. It drives beautifully on the road, I barely feel any bumps and the seats are very comfortable. My back seats fold down if I need to transport something large in the trunk, but I rarely need to do so because the trunk is so spacious. The one thing that I hated about having a newer vehicle was availability of parts. Several months after I purchased my '15 Rogue, I got a flat tire that couldn't be patched. I had to go to multiple (think 4-5) auto shops to try to find the correct tire that matched, which was priced at about $300. And because I have AWD, it was recommended I change all 4 (luckily everything was so new I could kind of get away with only changing the one). Now, a few years later, I anticipate that this is not so much of a problem. Another thing to consider specifically about the '15 Rogue is that it takes a higher grade oil, like most newer vehicles, so oil changed can be a bit pricier than anticipated.