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Armrest Report - 2014 Nissan Rogue SL AWD Long-Term Road Test

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edited August 2014 in Nissan
imageArmrest Report - 2014 Nissan Rogue SL AWD Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds puts its pickiest armrest tester on the case to assess the padding in its long-term 2014 Nissan Rogue. Pass or fail?

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    cx7lovercx7lover Member Posts: 90

    Having been in a many of 2013 Altima's, those plastics look just as cheap to me. Especially the feel of the door pull

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    rwatsonrwatson Member Posts: 144

    It seems that only a few years ago, most cars had decent quality materials inside. Now days, it's hard to find any unless you are willing to pay top-dollar. Reason? Because most people don't even notice, so they can get away with it. Why? What I usually rant over: So long as it has a cool looking Dollar Store-quality touch screen in the middle, you can imbed it in a turd and they'll buy it for 10k over it's true value. When will people wake up and demand quality for their devalued dollar? I'm done, techno-dweebs.

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    misterfusionmisterfusion Member Posts: 471

    @rwatson: I guess my experience is the complete opposite -- I have found that interiors have only improved over the past 10 years or so. And by "improved", I mean an exponential increase in the quality of materials used. Perhaps it has to do with the price segments in which we both shop? Mine is the decidedly lower-end, so one could argue that the segment had nowhere to go but up...

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    rgp1000rgp1000 Member Posts: 8

    I would have to agree with Mr. F. I just bought mine about 24 days ago and haven't gone for a 4-5 hour drive yet, but I find the padded sections comfortable. and to me, the interior is stellar. I have black leather interior.

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