a while ago Nissan has released a special edition of its Rogue crossover model called Krom for the American market, which features many upgrades over the standard model.
Now as the car hits the showroom floors, Nissan is announcing the official MSRP on the car. The Rogue S Krom starts at 23,940 USD for the FWD model and 25,140 USD for the AWD. Nissan is clearly targeting the new Hyundai Tucson with this model.
The Krom is powered by a 170 hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, mated to the Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). As for the fuel consumption, which really matters these days for this type of cars, the Rogue krom is rated at 22 mpg City/27 mpg Highway for 2-wheel drive models and 21 mpg City/26 mpg Highway for all-wheel drive models.
It comes with a number of active and passive safety features as standard including Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), 4-wheel disc brakes with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and six air bags.
2010 Nissan Rogue Krom has modified front and rear fascias with new chrome grille, door handles and central exhaust pipes. It is fitted with exclusive 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with P225/60R17 Dunlop ST20 Grandtrek or Continental Conti 4×4 Contact tire. Other features of this crossover include a body-colored rear spoiler, rear privacy glass, body-colored power outside mirrors, a Krom emblem and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.