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The interior of the Rogue Sport doesn't look bad at all. Loving the piano black interior trim but what I like most of all is the flat bottom steering wheel.

What I don't like is that they used a foot-brake opposed to either an EPB or just regular handbrake lever.

What are your likes and dislikes of the interior ?


 

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dislikes are:
1. The ECO doesn't stay on and reverts to the sport setting when the vehicle is shut off.
I was in a Rav4 and there was a ECO & Sport button.
2. There is no tailgate unlock button on the dashboard.
3. The remote start in a nice option but you can't leave the heater on to warm the car.
 

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dislikes are:
1. The ECO doesn't stay on and reverts to the sport setting when the vehicle is shut off.
I was in a Rav4 and there was a ECO & Sport button.
2. There is no tailgate unlock button on the dashboard.
3. The remote start in a nice option but you can't leave the heater on to warm the car.
About point 3, I think in the future we might have the option to leave it on via an aftermarket system. Only problem with that of course is you'll have to wait who knows how long for a module to show up.
Are you looking into any other SUV's at the moment?
 

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I love the interior of this car. I do agree with ppb0861 on points 1 and 2. The ECO should stay on; make it a toggle switch. There hatch release button is not a big deal, but I used it a lot in my previous car, an Altima.

As to point 3, I read the manual and depending on the outside temp, the car will either cool down or warm up automatically when you do a remote start. I tested this already and it works really well.

I have the 2017 SL FWD with both packages.
 

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Looking at the new maxima i wish it was a bit more like that with all the luxury but we might have to wait for some new trims for that to find its way here.
 

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Beautiful interior. Quality above it's price point. Excellent front seat comfort. Brake pedal? Really Nissan? Feel like in a automotive time wrap w/this feature! I'm being picky here but....the the embroidery line in the arm rest has got to go! (Leaves a little line on my elbow after an extended drive.) Just kidding! Overall, an excellent vehicle in all respects.
 

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idk about others, but overall it is OK... the only thing I don't like is that it is very noisy... front passenger door panel is noisy af... rear left passenger door panel make all kind of noises, took my car to the dealer to fix it, but not willing to spend another day there.... my first brand new car that has such a noisy interior... but overall I like it, seats are comfortable, my 16 murano was terrible, those nasa inspired seats were just awful ...
 

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I too have a very noisy right rear door. It is inside the panel. Some days is very loud and others very quiet. It's weird. But I love this car.
 

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I made some alterations to the interior. Can you spot them?
Found the black on black on black on black a little boring.....lol
Did you wrap the center cup holder or buy the piece? My Altima I took several pieces out and wrapped them with carbon fiber(heat gun works very well when doing this)but yours looks very nice. Thanks!
 

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I bought the cup holder that way. it's a carbon-fiber cover that you just place on top of the original.
One of my fav purchases.
 

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Let me know how that goes. I looked at the trunk lights and it seems you have to remove the truck liner to get to the bulbs, which is a bit more than was expecting. Based on the difficulty of removing the outer combination light housing (brake and running light) I think I'll pass on the truck lights. Haven't looked at the glove box light yet - that might require that you disassemble the front of the fricken car to get to the bulb! :smile2:
 

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Let me know how that goes. I looked at the trunk lights and it seems you have to remove the truck liner to get to the bulbs, which is a bit more than was expecting. Based on the difficulty of removing the outer combination light housing (brake and running light) I think I'll pass on the truck lights. Haven't looked at the glove box light yet - that might require that you disassemble the front of the fricken car to get to the bulb! :smile2:
The cargo area lights are a piece of cake, you can wedge a jewelers screwdriver and slide it out (similar to the license plate lights). The bulbs are festoon style (same as the light in the back seat), but access to the lights is very simple. If we're speaking of the same lights.
 

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The cargo area lights are a piece of cake, you can wedge a jewelers screwdriver and slide it out (similar to the license plate lights). The bulbs are festoon style (same as the light in the back seat), but access to the lights is very simple. If we're speaking of the same lights.
Yes - the ones along the sides of the cargo area. I tried prying them out but didn't use a small screwdriver. I'll try that as I have 3 extra DE3175 bulbs (they came as a set of 4 and I only used one for the dome). That should be cool as, currently, the light there is pretty dim. On the plate lights - the stock bulbs are fine for that task and I'll leave them as is until I need to replace one - then they will go LED. But thanks for the comeback!
 

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OK - I tried that and it didn't work. I was able to reach in from the top of the surround and simply puch the light out. The LEDs I had on hand didn't fit - too big. These were the one's I used on the dome light. What size bulbs did you use? I cant find a listing that shows the bulb type.
 
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