For the 2014 model year, a redesigned Rogue crossover SUV debuted, moving up in terms of size and price. This left a gap in Nissan’s lineup, so the company decided to continue building the original version of the Rogue as a discounted model called the Rogue Select. It lasted just two model years, sold to bargain-seeking consumers and offered to fleet buyers. Eventually, Nissan replaced it with the Rogue Sport—a version of the company’s globally offered Qashqai model—for the 2017 model year.
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