4. Nissan Rogue Select
There’s the Nissan Rogue and then there’s the “Nissan Rogue.” This Japanese firm introduced a brand-new version of their compact crossover for the 2014 model year. It’s a nice update to a popular product; it’s stylish, comfortable and easy on fuel. But in a curious move they decided to keep the old version around.
The so-called Rogue Select is all about value, which industry-speak for “outdated leftovers;” zombies absolutely hate that. They can smell cheapness from a dozen miles away and you’ll reek of thrift driving this poseur-mobile, something that’s practically guaranteed to attract the undead like vagrants to government cheese.