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Nissan hopes to cash in on the Qashqai in the United States.

Feeling sporty while going Rogue.

What good features for what a good boy.

Yo dogs, we heard you like riding in the car, so we put dog stuff in this car.

Tracks, not tires.

In addition to the tracks, it has other military-style goodies.

If you've always wanted your picture with a Stormtrooper, today is your lucky day.

Indiana Jones wanted for questioning.

A woman was driving through the parking lot of a New Jersey Target last week when one of the spherical red bollards that guard the store's doors rolled into the parking lot and smashed into her Nissan.

It starts at just $1,000 more than the non-hybrid Nissan Rogue.

The Rogue was Nissan's best selling model in 2016.

Say it with me: cash-kai.

The Rogue-like crossover is Nissan's most popular model in Europe.

Unfortunately, the colors aren't called Darth Vader Black or Stormtrooper White.

Nissan might be taking its vehicle simulations too far.

The Rogue's fine, but we'd rather have one of the X-Wings.

Another in what is sure to be a wave of compact crossover hybrids.

Updates keep this compact crossover competitive, if not exciting.

The price is up slightly, but you get some extra features for it.

"I have a bad feeling about this."

These aren't the crossovers you're looking for. Probably.

The hybrid Rogue offers more power and better fuel economy, but a little less space.

It's Nissan Rogue and Rogue One. Get it, guys? GET IT?

The Nissan Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Rogue Special Edition, coming soon to a dealer near you (probably).

Nissan is recalling 3.53 million vehicles globally – 3.2 million in the United States – because the front passenger airbag may or may not deploy properly in the event of a crash.

Nissan will recall almost 47,000 2014 Rogues because the fuel pump can fail. Nissan recalled about 76,000 Rogues for the same problem last year.

Why? 'Because we can.'

We hit the slopes in Nissan's Winter Warriors, a trio of crossovers with tracks fitted in place of wheels. Awesome? You betcha.

Nissan has converted three of its family-friendly CUVs so that they can handle school runs, soccer practice, and shopping trips... in the Antarctic.

Nissan adds tracks to the Rogue in Canada to create the Rogue Warrior, and the company shows what the butch crossover can do on some ski slopes.

Nissan has prepared a series of customized creations for the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon, not least of them a Rogue crossover (known as the X-Trail overseas) done up by Nismo that has our interests piqued.

Nissan discovered a problem with the shift knob on some of its Rogue crossovers that could cause the vehicle to shift out of Park without the brake pedal being depressed, so it's recalling some 34,000 units to fix the issue.

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