2021 Nissan Rogue

# 7 out of 16 in 2021 affordable compact suvs.

2021 Nissan Rogue

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2021 Nissan Rogue Review

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The 2021 Nissan Rogue is a well-rounded compact SUV with spacious seating, a gentle ride and upscale cabin appointments. However, its noisy powertrain and lackluster acceleration hold it back a bit.

Lots of passenger and cargo room

Classy interior

Excellent gas mileage

Polished ride and handling

So-so acceleration

Noisy engine

What's New for 2021

Fully redesigned

Features and Specs

25-27 City / 32-35 Hwy

181 horsepower

Nissan Rogue Rankings

The 2021 Nissan Rogue's #7 ranking is based on its score within the 2021 Affordable Compact SUVs category. Currently the Nissan Rogue has a score of 7.8 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 24 pieces of research and data elements using various sources .

  • # 7 in 2021 Affordable Compact SUVs
  • # 18 in Used Compact SUVs $20K and up
  • # 18 in 2021 Affordable SUVs with 2 Rows
  • # 24 in 2021 Affordable Crossover SUVs
  • # 40 in Used SUVs with 2 Rows $20K and up
  • # 42 in Used Crossover SUVs $20K to $25K
  • Critics' Rating 8.0
  • Performance 6.4
  • Total Cost of Ownership 7.6
  • Interior 7.9

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2021 Nissan Rogue Overview

Is the 2021 nissan rogue a good used suv.

Yes, the 2021 Nissan Rogue is a good used compact SUV . It outdoes most of its competitors in terms of cargo space, and both rows of seats are adult-friendly. You'll also get lots of standard features in this Nissan, including a wide variety of active safety tech. Performance-wise, this crossover returns fantastic fuel economy and delivers a comfortable ride with composed handling. The Rogue's powertrain is noisy and underpowered, though. For better overall performance, consider the 2021 Mazda CX-5 or 2021 Honda CR-V .

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How Much is a 2021 Nissan Rogue?

Based on listings for the 2021 Nissan Rogue, the average list price is $23,245. Prices range from $23,245 to $30,043 and vary depending on the vehicle’s condition, mileage, features, and location.

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2020 vs. 2021 Nissan Rogue: What's the Difference?

The Rogue underwent a complete redesign for the 2021 model year. Changes include a new engine with 11 additional horsepower and more standard and available features, including larger infotainment touch screens, wireless Apple CarPlay, wireless device charging, a digital instrument cluster and tri-zone automatic climate control.

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Here are the key changes for the Nissan Rogue over the last few years:

  • 2018: ProPilot Assist advanced driver-assistance system became available; Android Auto and Apple CarPlay became standard; third row discontinued
  • 2019: more standard safety features; Special Edition package added
  • 2020: no major changes
  • 2021: fully redesigned

If you're considering an older model, be sure to read our 2018 Rogue , 2019 Rogue and 2020 Rogue reviews to help make your decision. You can learn about savings and discounts on used vehicles on our Best Used Car Deals page. Also, check out our review of the new Nissan Rogue , and take a look at our Best New Car Deals and Best New Car Lease Deals pages to see how much you can save on a new vehicle.

How Reliable Is the 2021 Nissan Rogue?

The 2021 Nissan Rogue has a predicted reliability score of 82 out of 100. A J.D. Power predicted reliability score of 91-100 is considered the Best, 81-90 is Great, 70-80 is Average and 0-69 is Fair and considered below average.

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Which Used 2021 Nissan Rogue Trim Is Right for Me?

The 2021 Nissan Rogue comes in four trims: S, SV, SL and Platinum. All trims come standard with a 181-horsepower four-cylinder engine, a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available.

The base trim is a good value, and many shoppers will be happy with this model. The SV trim is also worth a look as it adds many extra comfort and convenience features.

  • Nissan Rogue S: The entry-level S trim comes with cloth upholstery, manually adjustable front seats, an 8-inch touch screen, wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a four-speaker stereo, two USB ports, Bluetooth, satellite radio, remote keyless entry and automatic climate control. A rearview camera, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, pedestrian and cyclist detection, forward and reverse automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, driver-attention monitoring and automatic high-beam headlights are also standard.
  • Nissan Rogue SV: The SV trim adds a power-adjustable driver's seat, a six-speaker stereo, two rear USB ports, a Wi-Fi hot spot, dual-zone automatic climate control, proximity keyless entry, remote start, a surround-view parking camera system, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and ProPilot Assist. When new, this trim was available with synthetic leather upholstery, heated front seats, a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, second-row sunshades, a power liftgate and a panoramic moonroof.
  • Nissan Rogue SL: The SL trim gains genuine leather upholstery, heated front seats, a power-adjustable front passenger seat, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a universal garage door opener, tri-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic moonroof, a hands-free power liftgate and fog lights. Available features include a 9-inch touch screen, wireless Apple CarPlay, a 10-speaker Bose premium stereo, navigation, traffic-sign recognition and front parking sensors.
  • Nissan Rogue Platinum: The Platinum trim adds quilted leather upholstery, heated rear seats, a 9-inch touch screen, a 10-speaker Bose premium stereo, navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay, wireless device charging, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a head-up display, traffic-sign recognition and ProPilot Assist.

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What Does Nissan's Certified Pre-Owned Warranty Cover?

Nissan offers a certified pre-owned program for vehicles six years old or less and with fewer than 80,000 miles. Eligibility is determined by the vehicle’s initial sale date. For its certified pre-owned vehicles, Nissan extends the original new-car warranty to seven years from the original sale date or 100,000 miles. To become certified pre-owned, each Nissan CPO vehicle must pass a 167-point inspection. Additional benefits like rental car reimbursement, a three-month SiriusXM satellite radio trial subscription, a Security+Plus Extended protection plan, towing, and 24-hour roadside assistance may be available. 

According to our research, Nissan’s CPO program is subpar. Most affordable auto manufacturers have programs that are more robust.

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Extended Warranties for Nissan Cars, Trucks and SUVs

Not every used Nissan will qualify for a certified pre-owned warranty. However, there are options available if you want additional coverage after the manufacturer’s warranty has expired. 

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2021 Nissan Rogue Safety

Score: 8.7/10, 2021 rogue crash test results.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the 2021 Nissan Rogue a Top Safety Pick+, the organization's highest award. The Rogue earned the highest rating of Good in the six original crash tests, the second-lowest rating of Marginal in the updated moderate overlap front crash test and the second-highest rating of Acceptable in the updated side crash test. The Rogue also received a Good rating for how well its headlights illuminate the road.

The IIHS uses a different scale for grading collision avoidance features. The Rogue earned the highest rating of Superior for its standard front crash prevention systems.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2021 Rogue an overall safety rating of four out of five stars, with four stars in the frontal crash and rollover tests and five stars in the side crash tests.

Standard driver-assistance features:

  • Rearview camera
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Forward collision warning
  • Pedestrian and cyclist detection
  • Forward and reverse automatic emergency braking
  • Lane-departure warning
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Driver-attention monitoring
  • Automatic high-beam headlights

Available driver-assistance features:

  • Surround-view parking camera system
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane-keep assist
  • ProPilot Assist (adaptive cruise control with automated lane centering)
  • Traffic-sign recognition
  • Front parking sensors
  • Head-up display (shows pertinent driving and navigation information directly on the windshield)

2021 Nissan Rogue Recalls

There are no major recalls for the 2021 Nissan Rogue at this time.

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2021 Nissan Rogue Versus the Competition 

2021 nissan rogue vs. 2021 honda cr-v.

The 2021 Honda CR-V offers a bit more rear legroom and even more cargo room than the already spacious Rogue. The CR-V also comes with a stronger powertrain, which consists of a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and slick-shifting automatic transmission. The Rogue features a more intuitive touch-screen infotainment system and a lengthier list of standard features, but the CR-V's advantages make it a better overall buy.

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2021 Nissan Rogue vs. 2021 Toyota RAV4

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 and Rogue are neck and neck in our rankings, and that's partly because both models provide similar interior quality, cabin space and infotainment usability. However, it's the differences that will determine which compact SUV is right for you. Pick the RAV4 for its peppier acceleration, and opt for the Rogue if slightly lower projected ownership costs are more of a priority for you.

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2021 Rogue Performance

How does the 2021 nissan rogue drive .

The only powertrain in the 2021 Rogue is disappointing. Acceleration from a standstill is merely adequate, and getting up to higher speeds takes a while. The transmission is fairly refined, but it does cause the engine to drone noisily when you press hard on the gas. The Rogue rides on a new platform for this generation, and it comes with enhancements to its steering and suspension. All in all, the SUV's handling is poised, and it rides smoothly over a majority of road surfaces.

  • Engine: 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 181 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque
  • Drivetrain: standard front-wheel drive; available all-wheel drive
  • Transmission: continuously variable automatic (CVT)

2021 Nissan Rogue Gas Mileage

The trade-off for the Rogue's lackluster acceleration is excellent gas mileage.

  • Rogue S, FWD: 27/35 mpg city/highway
  • Rogue SV, SL and Platinum, FWD: 26/34 mpg
  • Rogue S, AWD: 26/33 mpg
  • Rogue SV, SL and Platinum, AWD: 25/32 mpg

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2021 Rogue Interior

2021 rogue interior quality.

The Rogue's interior is classy and sufficiently high-end. Its modern styling and mostly soft-touch surfaces are sure to catch the eye of many folks. Higher trims forfeit some plastics for nicer accents like wood trim.

How Many People Does the 2021 Rogue Seat?

The Rogue can seat up to five people. It has a commendable amount of passenger space for a compact SUV , with plenty of head- and legroom upfront and in the back. The Rogue's NASA-inspired Zero Gravity seats are also supremely comfortable to sit on for a long trip.

Standard seating features:

  • Cloth upholstery
  • Manually adjustable front seats

Available seating features:

  • Genuine or synthetic leather upholstery
  • Power-adjustable front seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Second-row sunshades

How Many Child Car Seats Fit in the 2021 Nissan Rogue? 

The Rogue has two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the rear outboard seats and a tether anchor for the rear middle seat. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave this LATCH system the highest rating of Good+, which indicates that it's among the easiest and most versatile to use.

2021 Nissan Rogue Features

The Rogue's straightforward infotainment system features an easy-to-use touch screen and several handy physical controls. The graphics, especially on the upgraded 9-inch display, are crisp. However, the system's responses are a tad slow at times.

  • Standard infotainment features: an 8-inch touch screen, wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a four-speaker stereo, two USB ports, Bluetooth and satellite radio
  • Available infotainment features: a 9-inch touch screen, wireless Apple CarPlay, two rear USB ports, a Wi-Fi hot spot, a 10-speaker Bose stereo, navigation and wireless device charging
  • Additional standard features: remote keyless entry and automatic climate control
  • Other available features: a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, dual- or tri-zone automatic climate control, proximity keyless entry, remote start, a universal garage door opener and a panoramic moonroof

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2021 Nissan Rogue Dimensions

Nissan rogue cargo space.

The Rogue offers one of the roomiest cargo areas in the compact SUV class . This Nissan has 74.1 cubic feet of space behind the front row and 31.6 cubic feet behind the second row. With the Divide-N-Hide configurable cargo floor in SL and Platinum models, the Rogue has a more expansive 36.6 cubes behind the second row. A power liftgate and a hands-free power liftgate are available.

Nissan Rogue Length and Weight

  • Length: 15 feet, 3 inches
  • Curb weight: 3,371 to 3,633 pounds
  • Gross vehicle weight rating: 4,619 to 4,486 pounds

Where Was the 2021 Nissan Rogue Built?

Nissan built the 2021 Rogue in Tennessee.

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Nissan Rogue

The new Rogue, with its first redesign since 2014, feels more substantial, similar to the transformation we saw with the latest Sentra sedan. We found the Rogue to be taut and agile, relatively quiet, and user-friendly, making it a compelling small SUV.

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In most cases, automotive warranties are based on the vehicle identification number (VIN), and the warranty will be valid regardless of ownership. The dealership can tell you exactly how much warranty is left.

  • 2.5-liter 4 (181 hp)

The redesigned 2021 Rogue is a major upgrade over its predecessor. It is powered by a 181-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that's teamed with a CVT, providing unobtrusive but unexciting motivation. Interior space and quality of materials have improved but the third seat option is gone. A new Platinum trim brings upscale touches, such as quilted leather seats, head-up display, heated rear seats, and upgraded infotainment system. The new Rogue feels solid and substantial with a composed ride and nimble handling. Controls are easy to use but it may take some getting used to the electronic gear selector. Standard advanced safety and driver assist systems, include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic warning, lane departure warning, and more.

The 2014 redesign made the Rogue bigger, better, quieter and more refined overall. It also produced a better ride than most other small SUVs. A tiny third-row seat was optional, while a backup camera was standard. A clever surround-view system was also available. The SV trim level with the Premium package will get you blind-spot and lane-departure warnings, a power liftgate, a surround-view camera system, and navigation. To get forward-collision warning, which has been shown to be effective in preventing crashes, get the SL with the Premium package. One note: Don't confuse this Rogue with the previous model, which is outdated and was sold as the Rogue Select. Updates for 2018 included standard forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.

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2021 Nissan Rogue review: Playing it down the middle

The third-generation Nissan Rogue brings comfortable accommodations and a whole bunch of tech to the compact crossover class.


The Rogue is currently Nissan's best-selling vehicle by a long shot, and consumer demand for compact crossovers shows no sign of slowing down. Needless to say, the "don't screw it up" factor is pretty high with the redesigned 2021 Rogue, which rolls into dealerships later this year.

2021 Nissan Rogue

2021 Nissan Rogue

  • Quiet, comfortable cabin
  • Decent fuel economy
  • Available digital gauge cluster
  • Enhanced ProPilot driver-assistance tech
  • Weak engine performance
  • Styling isn't for everyone
  • Best tech features are only available on the most expensive trim

Smartly, Nissan opted to take a conservative approach to the Rogue's redux, though you might not think so upon first glance. The boldly styled front end certainly isn't for everyone -- I'm not a fan, personally -- but it's at least expressive, which isn't something I could say about prior Rogues. The rest of the crossover's appearance is unsurprisingly conventional, although new two-tone color options are available to give that upright, two-box shape added visual interest. All told, the 2021 Rogue is about an inch shorter in both length and height than its predecessor.

Inside, 2021 Rogue loses half an inch of headroom and 1.5 inches of legroom up front. Rear-seat occupants, on the other hand, enjoy slightly more headroom and legroom than before -- 0.7 and 0.6 inches, respectively. A third row of seats isn't available, and while that might seem like a given considering the Rogue's small size, keep in mind that Nissan offered a holy-crap-that's-cramped option from 2014 to 2017. Trust me, the Rogue is better off without it.

The Nissan Rogue is totally new for 2021.

The more upright shape results in increased headroom.

The angular headlights are definitely polarizing. 

2021 Nissan Rogue is a comfy, competent crossover


The SUV's back doors now open to a full 90-degree aperture, which makes getting in and out easier and gives you more space when finagling car seats or other bulky items. A similar bit of helpfulness is found in the cargo area, where there's an adjustable divider in the two-tier load floor. Only available on SL and Platinum grades, this two-piece partition gives you a maximum of 36.5 cubic feet of storage space behind the second-row seats, while the Rogue S and SV make do with 31.6. Regardless of model, folding the back seats flat results in 74.1 cubic feet of room, which puts the Rogue ahead of the Toyota RAV4 (69.8) but behind the Honda CR-V (75.8).

Generally speaking, the Rogue's interior is perfectly nice. Nissan's comfy and supportive Zero Gravity seats are standard for both front and rear passengers, came wrapped in leather on my SL tester and is available with quilted, semi-aniline hides on the bougie Platinum. All of the plastics and wood appliqués are nicely grained and none of the vehicle controls feel cheap or flimsy. Well, mostly.

Say hello to the 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum, born in Smyrna, Tennessee.

This third-generation Rogue SUV rides atop a new platform and includes more advanced safety and convenience tech as standard than its predecessors.

All-wheel-drive Platinum models like this one can expect to get 25 miles per gallon in the city, 32 highway and 28 combined. Roadshow's real-world testing suggests these are realistic fuel economy estimates.

2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum adds luxe to the family SUV


The new electronic gear selector is a particularly lousy part of an otherwise well-built cabin. It looks cheap and feels cheaper. On the other hand, no mechanical linkage to the transmission frees up space beneath the console for added storage, but considering how cavernous the compartment aft of the cup holders is, I don't imagine needing that extra space all that often.

Most Rogues will roll out with an 8-inch color touchscreen display in the center of the dash, running the newest version of the NissanConnect infotainment system. A larger 9-inch high-definition screen is optional on the SL and standard on the Platinum, with the same NissanConnect software inside. This system isn't my favorite, with its occasionally laggy response times, but the graphics are nevertheless colorful and crisp -- on the HD display, at least -- and it's a step up from the Display Audio and Entune systems offered in the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, respectively.

If you want the mega-tech experience, go for a Rogue Platinum, which comes with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and 10.8-inch head-up display, as well as a wireless charging pad. It kind of sucks that you have to spring for the most expensive Rogue -- $36,525, including $1,095 for destination -- to get these niceties, but so it goes. At least Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard across the board. What's more, wireless CarPlay is optional on the SL and standard on the Platinum, and every Rogue save for the most basic S has an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot as well as four USB outlets (two A, two C).

The Rogue's interior is clean and modern.


A whole bunch of driver-assistance technologies come standard on every Rogue, including blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a driver alertness monitor, forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning and automatic emergency braking. Nissan's excellent ProPilot Assist joins the standard roster on SV trims and higher, combining adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist for easy-breezy highway commuting. A newly enhanced version of this tech, ProPilot Assist with Navi-Link, is optional on the SL and standard on the Platinum. It uses navigation data to adjust the Rogue's speed for things like tight highway curves and busy intersections, and it can even keep the steering assist active on freeway exit ramps. The uplevel ProPilot software also includes speed-limit adaptation, which is something normally reserved for higher-end luxury cars.

Unfortunately, the rest of the Rogue's driving experience isn't so techy; you won't find turbochargers or electric assistance under the hood. Buyers looking for more punch should check out a Mazda CX-5 with the 2.5-liter turbo, and if you're all about fuel-sippin', the Ford Escape , Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 can be had with hybrid powertrains. The Escape and RAV4 even offer plug-in options.

The Rogue, meanwhile, uses a reworked version of Nissan's long-standing 2.5-liter I4, making 181 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque, increases of 11 hp and 6 lb-ft over the 2020 model. A continuously variable transmission is mandatory across the board, and buyers can choose between front- and all-wheel drive on every trim level.

The more upright shape results in increased rear-seat headroom.

2021 Nissan Rogue

Nissan's CVT is one of the better transmissions of this type, largely fading into the background without roughness or loud droning during acceleration. But the Rogue definitely isn't quick, and it occasionally suffers on steep grades. Climbing California's notorious Grapevine on the I-5 freeway at 75 mph requires a heavy right foot, especially since the 2.5 has a dearth of low-end torque. The experience would be worse with passengers and/or more cargo onboard, too. This is where the low-end torque from a turbocharger or added electrification can really help, but competitors generally also make you pay extra for their more-powerful engines. Nissan offered a Rogue Hybrid previously, so perhaps a more powerful engine option will come along in the future.

Fuel economy ratings of 27 miles per gallon city, 35 mpg highway and 30 mpg combined are on the better side of average for the compact crossover class. Opting for all-wheel drive reduces those figures by one to two mpg depending on trim level, but again, that's not uncommon for small SUVs. After several days of testing in mixed conditions, my Rogue's onboard computer shows 28.5 mpg.

The engine itself may be pretty mediocre, but overall, the Rogue drives with confidence and composure. The redesigned rack-mounted electronic power steering is a lot better than in old Rogues, with improved weight and more natural turn-in that doesn't feel overboosted. Even so, as far as steering feel is concerned, the Rogue, like most other small SUVs, is as dead as your childhood dreams.

Of all the compact crossovers on sale today, the Nissan Rogue is definitely one of them.

2021 Nissan Rogue

A new, stiffer frame gives the Rogue a solid on-road demeanor, and the suspension is nicely tuned to soak up the sort of rough pavement and occasional pothole you'll experience in everyday driving. The base Rogue S rides on 17-inch wheels, but 18s and 19s, like the ones on my tester, are available. Brake feel is solid and easy to modulate, and if you hustle the Rogue through a corner you'll find predictable amounts of body roll. But for the key missions of a Nissan Rogue -- running errands, commuting to work, taking the kids to the lake -- this vehicle is appropriately tuned.

Pricing for the 2021 Nissan Rogue starts at $26,745 including destination and all-wheel drive is a $1,400 upcharge on every trim. Like every other aspect of the Rogue, this puts Nissan's CUV squarely in the middle of the compact crossover class.

It's hard to fault Nissan for playing it straight with the 2021 Rogue. The current model is doing really well for the automaker, and it's the segment's third best-selling model behind the Toyota and Honda . Frankly, considering Nissan's big-picture troubles , it's probably not a good idea to shake up a winning formula. Is the Rogue the most attractive, most fun-to-drive small SUV? No. But it's comfortable, spacious, economical and priced right, and those are pretty strong laurels on which to rest.

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  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior 4.7
  • Performance 4.5
  • Exterior 4.8
  • Reliability 4.4

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  • Comfort 5.0
  • Interior 5.0
  • Performance 5.0
  • Exterior 5.0
  • Reliability 5.0
  • Purchased a Used car
  • Used for Commuting
  • Does recommend this car

2021 rogue Platinum. at 33,000, the car has had to be jumped 3 x’s in 3 weeks. It lost power 2 x while driving with every warning light flashing, one time going trong mph. Nissan will not cover the diagnostic test, labor or a new battery. This is not how a bad battery behaves. It started on the coldest day and then would not start the next day when it was in my garage.

  • Comfort 4.0
  • Interior 4.0
  • Performance 1.0
  • Exterior 4.0
  • Reliability 1.0
  • Purchased a New car
  • Does not recommend this car

Love new car

Best buying experience with Daytona Nissan and my new car. Definitely recommend this vehicle and dealership for anyone looking for a new car. Thank you Daytona Nissan.

A really good car to drive and own. Lower prices

This is my third Rogue. I had a 2015, 2018 and now a 2021. I really like the 2018 design. The 2021 has really grown on me. I also had a 1995 Pathfinder, and a 2000 Pathfinder. I guess you can say I like Nissans!

  • Used for Transporting family

So many problems with my 2021 Nissan Rouge‼️‼️‼️‼️😔🫠😤😡

My 2021 Nissan Rouge gas peddle stuck to the floor twice! Could have caused a major accident! It shifts from drive to 1st gear by itself causing me to have to halt traffic! Has done it so many times in heavy traffic very dangerous!!! Dealship nor Nissan Corporation will do anything about it! Now it stalls when accelerating like it’s stuck in park a sign that the transmission will soon go out!! My tires are roaring like a Lion! Don’t recommend Nissan Rouge to Anyone!!

  • Comfort 2.0



  • Comfort 3.0
  • Interior 2.0
  • Performance 3.0
  • Reliability 3.0

Better Put 32000 in trash can.

Never Buy 2021 Rouge. Problem since day #1. Car Stalls itself. Tires wore out at 9000 miles before even first recommended service. Dealership suggested to change tires and Upon reaching second Dealership for second opinion, its none of their concern as BRIDGEPORT are cheap tires they said and do not have any mile tag on them. So why the H_ _ _ Nissan pit Bridgeport tires. Called Nissan Consumer affairs, they opened a case. The Specialist called back after 2 weeks saying rudely Nissan does not manufacture tires to basically told me very rudely S_ _ _ _ you. Today I jumped online to see if any one else have issues with ROUGE 2021. OMG, you all can read yourself guys

  • Performance 2.0
  • Exterior 3.0
  • Reliability 2.0

Like the 2018 Rogue electronics much better!

Do not like the location of park brake switch! keeps getting bumped on by my hand. Also trying to reset the gas miles indicator is a major job that I gave up on,as setting most of the functions. Changing engine oil is harder than the 2018 model as you must remove about 13 plastic rivet plugs and drop large panel down.

  • Exterior 2.0

I think this car is unfit to drive

I just what people to know that you better take your key with you at all times . For I went to the groomer to take a friend’s dog . Got out of my car shut the door went to the other side to get the dog out !!and the doors were locked and my keys were inside …If that would have been a child you would have broke the window….good that the crooner gave me a ride home to get the second fob .THISIS A VERY STRONG SAFETY CONCERN

2021 Nissan Rogue

2021 Nissan Rogue

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  • Clever storage areas
  • Platinum trim
  • More potent powertrain
  • Stronger presence
  • Standard safety features
  • Only one engine
  • Some flimsy switchgear
  • No hybrid...yet
  • Odd headlight design

features & specs

The 2021 nissan rogue nudges its way upstream with a more refined ride and more standard features but the powertrain doesn’t take any steps forward..

What kind of vehicle is the 2021 Nissan Rogue? What does it compare to?

The redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue compact crossover SUV prioritizes creature comforts and advanced technology to stand out among competitors such as the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, and Ford Escape.

Is the 2021 Nissan Rogue a good car?

The updated Rogue earns a TCC Rating of 6.7 out of 10, which is above average in our rankings for compact crossover SUVs. (Read more about how we rate cars .)

What's new for the 2021 Nissan Rogue ?

In addition to a new look, Nissan’s best-selling vehicle gets a more potent powertrain, a stiffer but quieter ride, more standard safety and driver assistance features, and clever packaging that opens up more interior space. 

The 2021 Rogue’s grille flows over the hood and down the sides in a design that’s mostly understated. The two-tiered headlights are the most daring design element for the compact crossover that has a smaller footprint but is actually roomier inside than the preceding model.

A familiar 2.5-liter inline-4 pairs with Nissan’s fourth-generation continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) for a bit more acceleration and better efficiency to get up to 30 mpg combined. 

It’s quieter inside thanks to a new platform and chassis that helps reduce engine and road noise. A rear independent suspension and more rigid mounts calm the Rogue at cruising speeds. 

Despite the smaller outward dimensions, cargo volume increases to 74.1 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down due to clever packaging such as a two-tiered console and tiered storage floor. The Rogue seats five, but only four adults. Rear leg room is a bit shorter but there is ample head room.  

The 2021 Rogue comes loaded with standard safety features such as automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, active lane control, automatic high beams, and blind-spot monitors. 

How much does the 2021 Nissan Rogue cost?

The 2021 Rogue starts at $26,745 in base S trim with front-wheel drive. Standard features include 17-inch wheels, LED headlights and taillights, a bunch of standard driver assist features, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. 

The Rogue SV is our pick at $28,335 with power front seats, wi-fi, adaptive cruise control, and remote entry. The Rogue SL adds leather memory front seats and a sunroof, but the top Platinum trim new for 2021 adds all the goods, including wireless Apple CarPlay, a Bose sound system, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster for $36,525.

Where is the 2021 Nissan Rogue made?

It’s made in Smyrna, Tennessee; some models are made in Japan. 

2021 Nissan Rogue Styling

The 2021 rogue isn’t daring when it comes to design, except for the tiered headlights..

Is the 2021 Nissan Rogue a good-looking car?

It’s not bad. It doesn’t go out of its way to stand out in this homogenous class, but it also doesn’t blend into obscurity. The new Rogue rides a little lower and is more than one inch shorter than the outgoing version for a stouter, beefier stance. Nicer materials inside bump it up to a 6. 

The hood flattens to a buff V-shaped grille, which is broader and taller than the prior Rogue. Fortunately, the face isn’t all up in your grille with a massive...grille. The biggest change to the design are “multi-level” LED headlights. The headlights are split, with standard automatic high beams on top of LED low beams. Above and separated from that are LED daytime running lights that wrap around the top and side of the front bumper like hawkish eyebrows into the belt line.

That line down each side dips below the side mirrors to the door handles, then back up over the rear fenders into the rear taillights in a kind of U-shape that resembles the shape of the grille. Familiar Nissan design cues include the blacked-out rear pillars meant to evoke a floating roof. Wheel choices range from standard 17-inch alloys up to 19-inchers. 

Aerodynamic elements blend into the design to improve efficiency, including active grille shutters, tire deflectors, underbody covers to push airflow down and out, and a rear spoiler.

Inside the cabin is a pleasant mix of materials. On SL trim, a fake wood trim piece divides the soft synthetic leather up top and light lower panels below. The contrasting colors and some graphic metallic touch points on the console and door panels make for a calming cabin.

2021 Nissan Rogue Performance

The 2021 rogue isn’t going anywhere fast but it gets there with more comfort and efficiency..

The 2021 Rogue comes with just one engine, an improved CVT, a stiffer chassis, and an overall  ride that prioritizes comfort and efficiency over power, by design. The quieter, smoother ride helps it earn a point that is then deducted for its sluggish powertrain. It’s a 5.  

Is the Nissan Rogue 4WD?

Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive costs $1,400 extra. It goes from three drive modes to five, adding Off-road and Snow to Standard, Eco, and Sport modes. 

How fast is the Nissan Rogue?

We wouldn’t go challenging anyone off the line. It can hit 60 mph in about nine seconds in Sport mode. With no one else in the car. With the wind at your back. Downhill. 

The 2021 Rogue uses a powertrain from the Altima mid-size sedan, with a 2.5-liter inline-4 rated at 181 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque, which represent improvements of 11 hp and 6 lb-ft over the 2020 model. 

The CVT is improved, and in Standard and Sport modes under heavy throttle it can simulate shifts with up to seven gear steps. There’s very little engine noise until it’s switched to Sport mode, and the engine revs much higher.

The retuned CVT helps both acceleration and efficiency, but most of the improvements to the Rogue come from the ride quality. The new platform and chassis underpinning the 2021 Rogue (and likely the next iterations of the Altima and Pathfinder) lead to a big difference in both handling and a quieter ride inside the cabin with less road noise. Rigid mounts in the front suspension complement an independent rear suspension that soaks up the road while cruising. 

A rack-mounted electric power steering used in the 2020 Sentra compact sedan provides a more direct steering feel, and the stiffer chassis gives it a slightly more nimble feel while turning, though it’s still tall so passengers slide to the right, then slide to the left on and off ramps.

2021 Nissan Rogue Comfort & Quality

Smaller yet roomier thanks to smart packaging, the 2021 rogue feels larger than it is..

Redesigned for 2021, the Rogue is smaller yet roomier. It's 1.5 inches shorter and 0.2 inches lower than the outgoing model, yet cargo volume with the rear seats folded forward increases 4.1 cubic feet to 74.1 cubes total over the 2020 model. It’s the same 39.3 cubic feet behind the second row, but second-row riders lose an inch of leg room. A two-tiered storage floor can make for a flat load floor with the seats down, or can drop about three inches for deeper storage. It earns a point for cargo space and for pretty good front seats to get an 7. 

Rear doors open up to nearly 90 degrees, making it really easy to get in and out with child safety seats, four-legged friends, or extra cargo. 

The base S seats are unimpressive, but the next step up to SV comes with 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support. The driver’s seat is comfy but the console limits space for the right leg to stretch out during cruise control. 

Clever packaging expands the roominess of the Rogue despite the smaller proportions. The gear shifter is now a more compact electronic shifter in the center console that looks like a traditional shifter but acts like a broken joystick on an ‘80s arcade game. It’s too flimsy. Some of the buttons below the navigation have a cheap, flimsy feel as well, though everywhere else the Rogue’s attempts at being more upscale are convincing. 

The deep console splits into upper and lower levels, so purses, tablets, or other precious items can be stowed out of sight but remain conveniently close at hand. 

The storage area under the elbow rest was redesigned with a butterfly opening that splits in half longwise, so all five occupants can access it. Up to four USB ports are available, with two USB-C and two USB-A ports. Large cupholders in the doors can accommodate 32-ounce bottles, according to Nissan.

2021 Nissan Rogue Safety

Comprehensive standard safety features help prevent a crash in the 2021 rogue..

How safe is the Nissan Rogue?

It's a very mixed bag. The IIHS calls the new Rogue a Top Safety Pick+. The NHTSA gives it four stars overall; initially the agency gave the 2021 Rogue a two-star rating for front passenger protection for vehicles built prior to January 28, but vehicles built since then now earn a four-star front-passenger rating .

We get to 8 with extra points for standard and optional safety features and for its IIHS score.

Nissan claims the most standard safety features in the compact crossover class, and we believe it. Like last year, it includes rear door alert, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, active lane control, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alert, and automatic rear braking, which was not standard for 2020. 

Adaptive cruise control is still optional, even though automakers such as Toyota and Subaru include it as standard. Nissan improved its options with an upgraded navigation, called ProPilot Assist that uses GPS and map data so the system can plan for slowdowns around curves or near exits. Standard on all but the base S model, it stays centered in the lane better without the ping pong feel of less sophisticated systems, and the braking isn’t as abrupt. In stop-and-go traffic, the adaptive cruise control can stop for up to 30 seconds without driver intervention. A wide and tall windshield makes for good outward vision.

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2021 nissan rogue features, the rogue sv trim hits the sweet spot for value and features..

The standard convenience and tech features in the 2021 Nissan Rogue measures up to the standard safety features. An 8.0 touchscreen with smartphone compatibility, solid base content, luxury-like options, and overall value each earn a point to 9 for features. 

Which Nissan Rogue should I buy?

The SV is the best value at $28,335 including destination with front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive adds $1,400 across the lineup of S, SV, SL, and Platinum trims, which is new for 2021. 

Along with the LED headlights and taillights, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and standard safety features on the S, the SV adds 18-inch wheels, keyless entry, navigation, adaptive cruise control, wi-fi, two rear USB ports, 8-way power driver’s seat, and a surround-view camera system. 

How much is a fully loaded 2021 Nissan Rogue?

New for 2021, Platinum becomes a standalone trim instead of a package and costs $36,525 in front-wheel drive. It comes with a 9.0-inch touchscreen with navigation, the 7.0-inch instrument cluster display upgrades to a 12.3-inch digital display, and a 10.8-inch head-up display rounds out all the displays. Quilted semi-aniline seats complement a Bose sound system for the poshest Rogue in town. Wireless charging and wireless CarPlay comes standard, but sorry, Android users, you still need the USB umbilical cord.

2021 Nissan Rogue Fuel Economy

Without a hybrid powertrain, the most efficient rogue gets 30 mpg combined..

Is the 2021 Nissan Rogue good on gas?

It improved by up to 2 mpg from the 2020 model thanks to the retuned CVT to get an EPA-rated 27 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined in front-wheel drive in the base S model. That just misses a 6 on our scale, but without a hybrid powertrain like rivals such as the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, the Rogue is not the most efficient compact crossover. 

The hybrid competitors get at least 40 mpg around town, but they also cost more. 

The 2021 Rogue in SV, SL, and Platinum trim with front-wheel drive gets 26/34/29 mpg, which is a tad off the turbo-4 in the Honda CR-V at 28/34/30 mpg. With all-wheel drive, the 2021 Rogue S gets 26/33/29 mpg; SV, SL, and Platinum lose 1 mpg off that. 

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2024 Nissan Rogue

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  • Lows Not fun to drive, pricey top-level trim, engine isn’t as fuel-efficient as advertised.
  • Verdict The Rogue is comfy and competent, but many rivals are more compelling and offer more driving enjoyment.

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Nissan Rogue

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What's new for 2024.

Nissan gives its compact SUV a makeover for the 2024 model year , with the Rogue receiving a glitzier grille as well as new wheels and a revised rear bumper. Inside, there are a handful of minor updates, but the biggest addition is a 12.3-inch touchscreen. Not only does it replace the old 9.0-inch unit on the SL and Platinum models, but it marks the introduction of a Google-based infotainment system and associated apps. Nissan Connect services now includes a three-year trial period, which is a notable increase over the previous six months.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

The price of the 2024 Nissan Rogue starts at $29,810 and goes up to $40,090 depending on the trim and options.

The mid-level SV model offers the best mix of features for the money. It adds niceties such as 18-inch aluminum wheels, an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a 360-degree exterior camera system, and Nissan's ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving mode. And we'd spring for the SV Premium package, which adds a panoramic sunroof, a power-operated rear liftgate, roof rails, and faux-leather upholstery.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Since 2022 all Rogues have been powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder that makes 201 horsepower. The inline-three is mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional. During our first test drive of the three-cylinder Rogue, we noted that it felt perkier than the previous versions that were powered by a nonturbo 2.5-liter four-cylinder. But at our test track, its acceleration wasn't much quicker than the 2021 we tested with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder. The turbocharged three-cylinder managed to coax the Rogue to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds, only a 0.4-second improvement over the 2021 model. On the road, the Rogue delivers a compliant ride that's agreeable for commuting and road-tripping, but its blasé cornering attitude hasn't earned it any fans among our staff.

2024 nissan rogue rear

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With the turbocharged three-cylinder engine onboard, the Rogue is rated for up to 30 mpg city and 37 mpg highway. Going with all-wheel drive reduces those estimates down to 28 mpg city and 35 mpg highway and adding the top-spec Platinum trim reduces the highway number further to 34 mpg. On our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route , we recorded a disappointing 31 mpg in our all-wheel-drive Platinum test vehicle. For more information about the Rogue's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website .

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The Rogue's interior borrows styling cues from both the Altima family sedan and the Sentra compact sedan . Thoughtful storage cubbies, a bi-level dashboard, and a squared-off shift knob are rich-looking design elements that improve usability and give the interior a modern flair. Cloth seating is standard, but the midrange SV model can be had with optional faux-leather upholstery; the upscale SL and Platinum Rogues get genuine leather, the latter's being a semi-aniline hide with quilted stitching. Three-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel are all available features.

2024 nissan rogue interior

Infotainment and Connectivity

Standing proud and tall on the dashboard is a touchscreen infotainment system. While an 8.0-inch unit is standard on the Rogue, a larger 12.3-inch screen with Google-based software is standard on SL and Platinum models. It’s the first Nissan with Google built-in, which includes myriad apps and a sleeker interface than the standard system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard, and high-end features such as in-dash navigation and a Bose stereo system are optional. A 12.3-inch reconfigurable digital gauge cluster is standard on the SL and Platinum models. The Rogue also offers a large 10.8-inch head-up display and a wireless smartphone charging pad.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Overall safety rating (nhtsa).

The 2024 Rogue comes with a host of standard driver-assistance features to help it compete with well-equipped rivals such as the Toyota RAV4 and the Subaru Forester . Nissan's ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving mode is offered as an option on the Rogue SL and is standard on the Platinum trim. For information about the Rogue's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA ) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ( IIHS ) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection
  • Standard blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
  • Available adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Nissan's standard warranty coverage offers no frills, and rivals such as the Kia Sportage and the Hyundai Tucson provide longer periods of protection and, in the case of the Hyundai, three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance.

  • Limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance


2022 Nissan Rogue Platinum AWD Vehicle Type: front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door wagon

PRICE Base/As Tested: $39,725/$42,395 Options: two-tone premium paint, $745; floor mats and cargo area protector, $425; Head-Up Display package, $400; illuminated kick plates, $400; interior accent lighting, $350; external ground lighting, $350

ENGINE turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 12-valve variable-compression inline-3, aluminum block and head, direct fuel injection Displacement: 90-91 in 3 , 1478-1498 cm 3 Power: 201 hp @ 5600 rpm Torque: 225 lb-ft @ 2800 rpm

TRANSMISSION continuously variable automatic

CHASSIS Suspension, F/R: struts/multilink Brakes, F/R: 11.7-in vented disc/11.5-in vented disc Tires: Dunlop Grantrek PT21 235/55R-19 101V M+S

DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 106.5 in Length: 183.0 in Width: 72.4 in Height: 66.5 in Passenger Volume: 101 ft 3 Cargo Volume: 37 ft 3 Curb Weight: 3715 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS 60 mph: 7.8 sec 1/4-Mile: 15.9 sec @ 88 mph 100 mph: 21.6 sec Results above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec. Top Gear, 30–50 mph: 4.5 sec Top Gear, 50–70 mph: 5.7 sec Top Speed (gov ltd): 120 mph Braking, 70–0 mph: 169 ft Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.84 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY 75-mph Highway Driving: 31 mpg 75-mph Highway Range: 440 mi

EPA FUEL ECONOMY Combined/City/Highway: 31/28/34 mpg


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The 2017 Nissan Rogue is among the best used models

These Are 2 of the Best Used Nissan Rogue Models

The Nissan Rogue is one of the best small SUVs on the market and has been for a while. It may not be as popular as other vehicles in its class, but many buyers realize the excellence of the SUV. However, not all used Nissan Rogue models are as reliable as others. Some have issues that could make ownership a pretty big headache.

Here are two of the best used Rogue model years.

2017 is a solid year for a used Nissan Rogue

People looking for a used Nissan Rogue should consider the 2017 model. This is the case because the 2017 Nissan Rogue happens to be one of the most reliable in the lineup. J.D. Power gave it an overall 85 out of 100, which the marketing research firm considers great. Perhaps most importantly, it has an 86 out of 100 for quality & reliability.

2017 Nissan Rogue is one of the best small SUVs

Despite this being fairly recent, the 2017 Nissan Rouge isn’t one of the best small SUVs for interior technology. The design is a bit outdated, but some options will have a seven-inch touchscreen. Additionally, this used Rogue has a comfortable interior that will withstand the test of time from a structural point of view. Of course, it seats five people and also has a decent bit of cargo storage.

Regarding price, buyers can get a 2017 Nissan Rogue for as low as around $7,000. However, the cost could also be as high as around $20,000.

The 2021 model is also solid

People looking for a used Nissan Rogue model should also look into the 2021 model. The 2021 Nissan Rouge doesn’t have the same level of ratings as the 2017 model, but it’s pretty solid. This one has an overall 83 out of 100 from J.D. Power. Regarding reliability, it has an 82 out of 100, which also falls into the ‘great’ category.

Of course, the interior of the 2021 Nissan Rogue is a serious upgrade from the previously mentioned model. This one comes standard with an eight-inch infotainment screen. However, some used models may have a nine-inch unit. This model also has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Platinum trim also has a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.8-inch head-up display. There is also 37 cubic feet of storage behind the rear seats.

The 2021 Nissan Rogue typically goes for around $13,000. However, prices can always vary based on mileage and other factors. As the Rogue is a decently long running vehicle, there are several other quality used models.

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2024 Nissan Rogue Review: Quietly, comfy and competent

Pros: strong and efficient engine; comfortable ride; stylish and ease-to-use interior; good driver assistance tech, cons: blah handling; no hybrid engine options; middle-of-the-road transmission; smaller cargo area than others.

T he small SUV segment is stuffed with strong competitors, and it can be easy for some models to get overlooked for best-selling staples like the Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4 . One of those options is the 2024 Nissan Rogue . And that's not fair, as a recent full redesign and updates such as a perky turbo engine have made it an SUV that's worth your consideration.

Comfort and practicality are the Rogue’s strengths. It has a roomy interior with handsome trimmings. The infotainment system and other controls are easy to use, while its various driver assistance systems score highly. The turbocharged three-cylinder has lots of torque and good response that makes the Rogue easy to zip around town. It's a strong all-around package.

That's not to say it's perfect. Its main weakness is a lack of variety. While the standard turbo engine is a great entry-point, there’s no option for a performance upgrade or a hybrid as is offered by most competitors. Some even offer plug-in hybrids. This lack of powertrain variety is paired with a lack of trim level variety as well – there are no sporty or off-road-themed versions that many buyers appreciate. So while the core Rogue is fully competitive, you may find others better satisfy your particular tastes.

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Nissan gave the Rogue a styling refresh consisting of new bumpers, grille and some lighting tweaks. Platinum trim Rogues also get gloss black cladding. The inside is updated for SL trims and higher, which all get a new 12.3-inch infotainment screen and Google Built-In. This allows the system to run Google apps such as Google Maps natively without connecting a phone. And every Rogue adopts USB-C ports for device charging.

What are the Rogue interior and in-car technology like?

The Rogue has a stylish, well-constructed interior. It has a handsome dash that looks fairly fancy on higher trims with upholstered panels. You can even find impressively good faux wood trim and high-quality leather on top-spec Rogues. Lower trims aren't a major step down, and they thankfully have plenty of intuitive physical buttons and knobs for climate control and radio use. We've also found the front seats to be exceedingly comfortable.

The screens aren't bad either. The S and SV trims get an 8-inch touch screen for infotainment, whereas the SL and above get a 12.3-inch unit. All of them have large icons and are very responsive, making them a breeze to use. No matter what, every Rogue gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and those features are wireless on SL and up. As for instruments, the lower trims get analog gauges with a 7-inch center screen, and higher models have a fully digital 12.3-inch cluster with some stylish, but easy-to-read graphics.

How big is the Rogue?

The Rogue measures up well versus other compact crossovers . It has one of the more passenger-friendly back seats in the segment, one that measures up with the RAV4 , CR-V , Tucson and Sportage . We found there is plenty of room for a rear-facing infant car seat and it’s one of the few vehicles that provides a LATCH anchor in the middle position, but the anchor points were not big enough to accommodate our Gracco car seat's clips. As always, we'd recommend bringing along your own car seat on a test drive.

Maximum cargo capacity (second row dropped) is up to 74.1 cubic feet, which is among the bigger numbers in the segment. Space behind the raised second-row comes out to 31.6 cubic feet, which we found to be a very useful amount in our cargo testing . Still, compared to the rest of the segment , it couldn’t fit quite as much as the Sportage , Tucson , Forester , RAV4 and CR-V .

That said, we tested a Rogue without the innovative and useful “Divide-N-Hide” cargo floor (the beige Rogue below has it, the orange one does not). Besides increasing cargo volume to 36.5 cubic feet, it consists of two movable floorboards — keep them in for a flat floor; remove them for additional depth, or arrange them into a stacked formation to divide the cargo area into separate parts. A milk gallon holder aft of the wheels is built into the cargo area floor, so now your gallon of milk, water or whatever won’t annihilate the rest of your groceries on the way back from the store.

What are the Rogue's fuel economy and performance specs?

Your options for engine and transmission on the Nissan Rogue are simple: There's only one. Every Rogue gets a turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine and a continuously variable transmission. The engine is a variable-compression engine similar to what's on offer in the Infiniti QX50 and QX55 , just with one less cylinder. Output is above average for a base engine in this segment at 201 horsepower and 225 pound-feet of torque. As for drive wheels, you do get a choice of either front- or all-wheel-drive.

Fuel economy for the 2024 Rogue has not yet been announced. But it's unlikely to have changed much from the 2023 model. Front-wheel-drive Rogue S and SV trims return 30 mpg city, 37 mpg highway and 33 mpg combined. The SL and Platinum lower to 29/36/32. Opting for all-wheel-drive lowers the S and SV to 28/35/31, and the SL and Platinum to 28/34/31.

What's the Rogue like to drive?

The driving character of the Rogue is clearly focused on comfort and ease of use. The ride is on the soft side and does well at absorbing all variety of pavement pockmarks. It's reasonably nimble, though there are far more sporty SUVs available, such as the Mazda CX-50 and Honda CR-V . Steering is a bit lackluster with not much feel, but the light weight is in keeping with the Rogue’s relaxed nature.

The Rogue's turbo three-cylinder is a highlight. Its 201 horsepower and more so its 225 pound-feet of torque make it feel fairly gutsy, especially among much of the competition. It's surprisingly smooth, too, arguably more so than even the Infiniti four-cylinder it's based on. Throttle response is quick, in part thanks to a quick-spooling turbo. The CVT is decent as far as CVTs go, mostly emulating a conventional automatic, but it’s still not the real thing and some may not appreciate its unusual behavior. As good as the three-cylinder is, though, if you're looking for serious power, you'll want to consider options such as the 2.0L EcoBoost Ford Escape , the turbo Mazda CX-50 and the plug-in-hybrid options from Toyota, Kia and Hyundai.

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What is the 2024 Rogue's price?

Pricing hasn't been announced yet for the 2024 Nissan Rogue. It likely will see a slight price increase over the 2023. The 2023 Rogue started at $28,655 for the base front-drive model. The top Platinum trim started at $38,435.

What are the Rogue's safety ratings and driver assistance features?

The Rogue comes with a good number of safety features as standard. It has front and rear automatic emergency braking (the rear part is rare), front pedestrian detection, blind-spot and rear cross-traffic warning systems. It also has a full complement of airbags including also-rare side-impact airbags for the rear seats. Moving up to the SV trim, the Rogue picks up ProPilot Assist adaptive cruise control with lane-keeping steering assist and stop-and-go assist. The SL and Platinum add sign recognition and automatic speed adjustment based on navigation information.

The refreshed Rogue doesn't have ratings from IIHS or NHTSA yet, but the previous version does. The outgoing Rogue was an IIHS Top Safety Pick for 2023, having achieved top marks in all of the crash tests at the time, as well as for automatic braking and crash prevention performance. Headlight performance and child seat anchor access were also highly rated. NHTSA gave the Rogue four stars out of five for overall crash protection, with four for frontal protection and five for side-impact protection.

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A special production site to fabricate fuel for China’s CFR-600 fast reactor under construction has been established at Russia’s Mashinostroitelny Zavod (MSZ - Machine-Building Plant) in Elektrostal (Moscow region), part of Rosatom’s TVEL Fuel Company. 

As part of the project, MSZ had upgraded existing facilities fo the production of fuel for fast reactors, TVEL said on 3 March. Unique equipment has been created and installed, and dummy CFR-600 fuel assemblies have already been manufactured for testing.

The new production site was set up to service an export contract between TVEL and the Chinese company CNLY (part of China National Nuclear Corporation - CNNC) for the supply of uranium fuel for CFR-600 reactors. Construction of the first CFR-600 unit started in Xiapu County, in China's Fujian province in late 2017 followed by the second unit in December 2020. The contract is for the start-up fuel load, as well as refuelling for the first seven years. The start of deliveries is scheduled for 2023.

“The Russian nuclear industry has a unique 40 years of experience in operating fast reactors, as well as in the production of fuel for such facilities,” said TVEL President Natalya Nikipelova. “The Fuel Division of Rosatom is fulfilling its obligations within the framework of Russian-Chinese cooperation in the development of fast reactor technologies. These are unique projects when foreign design fuel is produced in Russia. Since 2010, the first Chinese fast neutron reactor CEFR has been operating on fuel manufactured at the Machine-Building Plant, and for the supply of CFR-600 fuel, a team of specialists from MSZ and TVEL has successfully completed a complex high-tech project to modernise production,” she explained.

A special feature of the new section is its versatility: this equipment will be used to produce fuel intended for both the Chinese CFR-600 and CEFR reactors and the Russian BN-600 reactor of the Beloyarsk NPP. In the near future, the production of standard products for the BN-600 will begin.

The contract for the supply of fuel for the CFR-600 was signed in December 2018 as part of a governmental agreement between Russia and China on cooperation in the construction and operation of a demonstration fast neutron reactor in China. This is part of a wider comprehensive programme of cooperation in the nuclear energy sector over the coming decades. This includes serial construction of the latest Russian NPP power units with generation 3+ VVER-1200 reactors at two sites in China (Tianwan and Xudabao NPPs). A package of intergovernmental documents and framework contracts for these projects was signed in 2018 during a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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Sold an unsafe and improper manufactured car

I purchased a 2023 Platinum Rogue in April 2023, 13 days later my car immediately slowed down and stopped on a major highway in front of a tractor trailer. The dashboard lit up with Engine malfunction alert then Nissan Connect emailed me about an Engine emissions malfunction. My children and I could have died if they tractor trailer would have hit us. The dealership charged $250. for a loaner car that should have been free and then told me that the throttle in the Engine is bad. How did it pass inspection? Where are the recalls? Nissan does not have the parts needed to fix the malfunction and it's on back order with no estimated arrival date but they're still selling the vehicles I've purchased Nissan cars since 2001, same service advisor since 2001 and this is the first time I've ever received car Engine malfunction on any vehicles but the Rogue has malfunctions after just having it for 13 days. The dealership catered to me on the day of purchase but act like they didn't know me when I brought the car in with an engine malfunction at day 13 of owning. I called Nissan Corporation. Nissan is producing cars and selling cars but not producing the required mechanical parts to fix car repairs when their vehicles malfunction. This is sad. They're going to want their car note payment on time but the owners time and expectation of having a safe vehicle means nothing.

Warm feet or defrosted windshield one or the other

I have owned 2 Rogues previously to our new 2023 SV turbo. This model is very good with a couple exceptions. The heater selector had only 4 positions. In order to keep the windshield from frosting over fan must be on max and all air diverted to the windshield. This means that if you want to warm your feet and legs you have to switch the air flow down but then you must constantly scrape the windshield. Not great on a long trip. The next problem that came up is the transfer case started leaking oil. Now we are waiting for parts to have it repaired. The car has 4,000 km.

Strong fuel smell Nissan can't fix

Even after 6 to 7 hours in our garage when I come home, my wife's 2023 Rogue smells of strong fuel smell that leaks into our home. Nissan has had multiple complaints and has no fix. We have joined a class action lawsuit against for this issue. We are worried about our safety and health. Don't buy the Rogue! We don't want others to be disappointed. We do love the style and everything else, but this is a huge issue to us.

Emission control problem

We just bought a Nissan rogue 2023. Less than 1500 miles on it and I get a message on my phone that there may be a problem with the emission control system. The engine light comes on so you can not use automatic start, cruise control, or several other features. We of course took it right away to be serviced at Nissan and they said it was a problem with the censor and there is not a fix yet. So the car is broke, no compensation, and they have not fixed or replaced car. Also they are still selling them and other consumers are having this problem too!

Losing faith in the 3 cylinder Nissan Rogue!

In January with 2600 miles my check engine light came on and the code pulled was P0181 Fuel Temperature Sensor. So the dealership ordered a new fuel injector pump, which took almost 2 months to come in. Got that fixed in the middle of March and 3 weeks later I was driving on the highway, on my way to the dealership for a oil change and tire rotation when I went to pass a car in front of me and as I accelerated, I heard a car misfire which I thought was someone else’s car bc I only have 7500 miles so that can’t be me, right?! But as I got a little further, my car started sounding louder and louder and as I gave it more gas It sounded like as if I was driving in 1st gear. No symbols or lights appeared on dashboard so I kept driving. As I got a little further, I could tell my car was not at the speed I should’ve been which would’ve been about 70-75. So I looked at my speedometer and it was climbing down from 65 then to 60. THEN….my dashboard lit up like a Christmas tree!!! And the car told me to “Please move over safely!” Now mind you, I am in the fast lane and my car is slowing down and now I need to move over 3 lanes and in front of cars and semis. This was so stressful and dangerous bc I wasn’t sure if my car was just going to stop dead in front of a car and then someone would hit me! But I survived that and managed to get into the emergency lane and put it into park. But then my engine died! I tried to start it after a few minutes and nothing. So I had to call the dealership and have my car towed there. Once there they said they would give me a loaner and call me the next day and give me an update. The loaner they gave me was another 2023 Rogue, but Platinum Edition with only 1600 miles. This car has all the “bells & whistles”. Very nice! So the next day they call me and tell me that they have to replace my engine! Something about a broken rod bearing. They said they have no idea how long it will take for the new engine to come in. Could take 1 or 2 months. So! It’s been a little over a month and I’m enjoying the loaner and all it’s bells and whistles, when all of a sudden I look at my dashboard gauges yesterday and I see the “check engine” light is on! With only 3300 miles. Omg! So now I’m like wth is wrong with these 2023 Rogues?! So this morning I take it to Auto Zone so they could do a diagnostic and pull the code for this light and….WAIT FOR IT….it’s another P0181 code. Yep! It’s the Fuel temperature sensor! So now I get to call the dealership up and let them know that the loaner they gave me has the same problem I had with my Rogue back in January when it had 2600 miles and now I’ll have to bring in this loaner for a repair. SMH! So definitely, Nissan needs to send out some recalls or something. Because this is dangerous. Maybe they should’ve just kept the 4 cylinder engine? Because the way I see it, that is the common denominator. I previously owned a 2018 & 2021 Rogue Sv 4 cyl. and never experienced these issues.

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