Nissan is excited about the all-new 2014 Rogue.They’re so excited in fact that they’ve created a high-adventure sweepstakes to get you better acquainted with the crossover.
“Who doesn’t want a little adventure and intrigue every now and then?” said Jon Brancheau, vice president of Marketing Communications & Media, Nissan North America. “We thought this would be a fun way to get our fans excited and show off the all-new Nissan Rogue at the same time.”
To enter the Open the Briefcase contest, visit the Rogue’s Briefcase page on Facebook. View the video and simply follow the instructions from there as you try to discover what’s inside the briefcase.
Instead of finding yourself in a scene like the unfortunate passenger featured in the video, you could find yourself cruising the streets in one of three new 2014 Nissan Rogues being given away as grand prizes. If you haven’t watched the video yet, you’ll just have to wait to see the passenger’s high-speed adventures; but trust us, you’ll definitely want to choose your own adventure in a new Rogue.
The contest began Jan. 3 and lasts until Feb. 13. One entry can be submitted per day, so you can always come back the next day and try to unlock the briefcase again.
Be sure to check out all the official rules so you won’t have the contest officials chasing you down.
Of course, don’t forget to tell us at James Ceranti Nissan how your adventure fares.
There’s no denying that Nissan has been on fire this year, with all-new versions of the Altima, Pathfinder, Sentra, and Versa Note. We have already been blown away by these changes, but who could forget the Rogue? After all, it’s the second-best selling Nissan model in the US. We are excited to announce this second-generation SUV will receive a third row with seating capability for seven. But don’t expect this to make the Rogue feel smaller. Not only do the back and middle rows fold flat for storage, but so does the front passenger seat.
A light, airy redesign makes the cabin inside feel larger, but measurement-wise the new Rogue is only marginally larger than its previous model. The engine will be a four-cylinder engine with 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, and will be available in front-wheel and all-wheel drive. Front-wheel models are expected to hit 33 mpg highway.
The new 2014 Nissan Rogue production will be moved to Smyrna, Tennessee, and believe it or not, Nissan is already taking pre-orders at its website. What do you think about the new 2014 Rogue? Do you think the larger capacity makes it more family friendly?