They're "Going Rogue" at Carbone Nissan of Yorkville. But what exactly does that mean?

According to Merriam-Webster, going rogue was first used as a phrase in the early 20th century referring to elephants:

Behaving in an erratic or dangerous fashion. (Merriam-Webster)

 

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But the phrase has also been adopted by Republicans like Sarah Palin, who titled her 2009 book "Going Rogue: An American Life".

Politics and elephants aside, we prefer this definition:

Exhibiting maverick-like behavior, or bucking the status quo. (Merriam-Webster)

There's just a little time left to "Go Rogue" at Carbone Nissan. Through the end of September, purchase or lease any new 2017 Nissan Rogue and they'll throw in a 50" flat screen TV.

Nissan is known for great safety features, like the blind spot detection system, forward emergency braking, navigation, around view and sky view monitors just to name a few. The Nissan Rogue gives you all the safety and power for anything you need to haul, and it gets you there in luxury. Vinnie gave us a tour and is always ready to do the same for you. Stop by and take a test drive today - you will be glad you checked out the 2017 Nissan Rogue or any of the vehicles at Carbone Nissan of Yorkville.

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