2021 Nissan Rogue: The Canadian Pricing Is Out

On June 15, Nissan unveiled its third generation Rogue. Today, the Japanese automaker released the Canadian price range for this popular sport compact vehicle.

The front-wheel drive Rogue S version will be offered from $28,498. It will cost an additional $2,300 to take advantage of the optional all-wheel drive system on this variant.

As for the front-wheel drive SV, it will be priced at $31,998. The $2,300 supplement remains the same on this model if all-wheel drive is added. The SV AWD Premium version features a price of $36,498.

Finally, at the top of the range, we find the Rogue Platinum at $39,998.

Grade

MSRP

S FWD

$ 28,498

S AWD

$ 30,798

SV FWD

$ 31,998

SV AWD

$ 34,298

SV AWD PREMIUM

$ 36,498

PLATINUM

$ 39,998

For comparison, the second-gen Rogue is priced in 2020 starting at $27,498. The more opulent version, the SL Platinum, is priced at $37,998. After adding $1,830 for transport and preparation costs, this results in the same price points for the 2020 model year.

If you choose a metallic, pearl, two-tone metallic or two-tone pearl paint, Nissan says it will cost $135, 300, 485 and 750, respectively.

This new version of the Rogue will be powered by a 2.5 L four-cylinder engine and paired with a continuously variable transmission. Aesthetically, it is reminiscent of the X-Motion concept vehicle unveiled a few years ago. Its stacked headlights are undoubtedly the most striking stylistic element.

The 2021 Nissan Rogue is expected at dealerships this fall.

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