Nissan Rogue

New Nissan Rogue Takes Best-Seller Spot

As sedan vehicle sales falter, crossovers arrive to fill the gap with a dramatic increase in sales over the past few years. Experts cite lower fuel prices as a primary cause for the sales trend that has driven the new Nissan Rogue to become the best-selling non-pickup vehicle. The crossover dethrones the Toyota Camry mid-size sedan, which has held the spot for more than a decade. Crossovers are built on car platforms, allowing for high fuel economy, a higher ride height, and more space. While the Nissan Rogue has generally been topped by other long-established Japanese crossovers, increased incentives have changed the segment. Nissan spends an average of $2,820 per…