The ironically named Nissan Rogue proves to be aggressively inoffensive.
Ten years ago, lazy auto writers used the Toyota Camry as shorthand for anodyne transportation, a car for people who think of cars as appliances. But then the Camry went and got sneaky fun on us, ripping from zero to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds and offering a TRD package and summer tires. Which vehicle, then, is now the new stand-in for all inoffensive mass-market machinery, a vehicle for people who’d rather be riding in the back seat of a Lyft that smells like Febreze? We nominate the Nissan Rogue.
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