My sister bought a 2019 Nissan Rogue SV with pretty much every option except leather, AWD, and fog lights. Because Cassie the Caspian Blue Rogue won’t be a part of my daily life, I wanted to answer why I steered my sister towards a Rogue.
Cassie moved in a couple days ago. Though she’ll be out in a couple weeks, she’ll be relevant for a long time. With expected mileage of 6,000 annually, Cassie will live a long, relaxing life.
Last week, my sister totaled her 2008 Nissan Rogue SL. It was a great car, and it’s the reason I like Nissan. Purchased new in 2008, the Rogue was the oldest car my parents had ever owned. We’ll miss it; the Rogue was good for at least another five years.
A nice old couple relaxing. From the sunshades, the age, and the front plates that say the vehicle manufacturers, the owner probably cares a lot about these two.
A lot of people love the color, but it’s one of the only things I’d change. It was my mom’s choice. If I had to choose a Toyota green, Electric Lime Metallic from the Prius c would be a good choice.
In terms of cars, I’m pretty lucky. I have no financial investment in my vehicle at all. Maintenance, insurance, and even gas are courtesy of my parents. However, there are some things I have to pay for if I want or need them. This little guy (and its associated data charge) is one of those things.
I finally saw the local legend in person. Amazing.
Hey there, y’all. I’ve noticed for a while that loneliness is a common theme on here, and there are many younger users (usually 18-30) who feel they do not have many people to go to in real life. With that being said, I figured now was a good opportunity to discuss something I attend called The Real Movement.
On January 11, one of my closest friends hosted a bonfire in his backyard. There were many guests, but a person who stood out to me the most was a girl I met named Jenna. Jenna told me about the spontaneous trips she took, such as traveling hundreds of miles to the beach. I like to have a daily plan; however, my talk…