Nissan

Nissan Rogue

Price $24,948 – $35,548
Fuel consumption 7.1 – 9.5 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 78%(view ratings)
Nissan wants to be present in all market segments, and that includes the immensely popular compact SUV category. The Rogue was completely transformed last year and the engineers dedicated a lot of effort to improving the comfort of its cabin, and to optimizing its ride and active safety via several electronic driving aides. A seven-seat version is available, too.

Tests and Features

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Test Drives2021 Nissan Rogue: Beautifully Improved
The Nissan Rogue is the fourth best-selling SUV in the country and a very important product for the Japanese automaker. A little more than 330,000 units have landed in Canadian driveways since 2007 mostly thanks to its attractive pricing. For 2021, Nissan went back to the drawing board and made …
Test Drives2017 Nissan Rogue: The Sensible Choice
In Canada, the Rogue is by far the most popular model in Nissan’s lineup. In 2017, the automaker sold as many units of its compact SUV as it sold cars. Add up sales of the Micra, the Versa Note, the Altima, the Maxima, the 370Z, the GT-R and the LEAF, …
Test Drives2017 Nissan Rogue: Minor Tweaks, Big Improvement
Nissan has tweaked the Rogue for its mid-cycle refresh in 2017 with an assortment of minor changes that individually might appear subtle, but all together add up to a significant improvement compared to last year’s model. Canadian consumers just love their compact crossovers and it’s one the fastest-growing segments in …
First Drives2017 Nissan Rogue: Added Style to an Already Smooth Ride
GREENSBORO, Georgia – The success of the Nissan Rogue crossover following its second-generation makeover is well documented. It currently sits fourth in the competitive compact SUV segment, where it used to languish in tenth position. To showcase how much the auto industry has changed in the last five years, back …
Spotlight onNissan Rogue and Sentra SR Turbo await our presence in Georgia
The Nissan Rogue isn't just the best-selling Nissan vehicle, it's one of the top-selling SUV/Crossovers in Canada. It sits currently fourth in sales behind the Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape and Honda CR-V. A brand can only wish for such a remarkable uptick in sales following a complete redesign in 2014.

News

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News2021 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 …
New Models2021 Nissan Rogue: A New Hope?
Nissan is going through a pretty rough stretch, but there is hope that the all-new 2021 Nissan Rogue unveiled today will do much good as the freshest entry in the immensely popular compact SUV segment. The Rogue accounted for 30 percent of the brand’s total sales last year despite the …
NewsNissan to Swap Engines With Mitsubishi, Report Says
The next-generation 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander is coming later this year and it will probably use the same engine as the Nissan Rogue —also completely new for 2021—according to a report by the Japanese business daily Nikkei . Other media outlets including Automotive News are now sharing the news. For Mitsubishi …
NewsLeaked Pictures Show All-new 2021 Nissan Rogue Before Fall Launch
The Nissan Rogue is by far the Japanese brand’s best-selling vehicle in Canada, but with a design dating back to 2014 (refreshed for 2017) it is now losing serious momentum. The good news is that a next-generation model is coming for 2021. How much will it be able to close …
New ModelsHere is the 2017 Nissan Rogue
The year 2017 will bring some changes to Nissan’s popular little SUV, the Rogue. For example, the Rogue’s visual style is different thanks to a new front end, a different front bumper with integrated fog lights and a grille that looks closer to Nissan’s V-Motion design theme. The taillights are …
NewsNissan Rogue Warrior built to tackle Canadian winters
Nissan has given its best-selling vehicle in Canada an all-Canadian treatment just in time for winter, with the one-off Rogue Warrior boasting a full snow track system. Built by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action, the same shop responsible for modifying all Micra Cup cars , the Rogue Warrior is a near-stock …
NewsSmall Changes For The 2016 Nissan Rogue
The 2016 model year will bring some changes for the Nissan Rogue . Since the small SUV has been enjoying tremendous success since its last refresh, Nissan wisely chose to add a few simple things instead of reinventing the wheel. There is a new S appearance package, which adds chromed …

Videos

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Motoring TV
Nissan Drops into Permanent BeastMode
Keri tests Nissan's latest creation - the wheels of both a Rogue and 370Z are replaced with tracks and skis, then sent around the track at Sacacomie, Quebec. To watch all our most up to date content, check out our TV show schedule - https://www.guideautoweb.com/en/motoring-tv/schedule/ Check out our website for …
Video Reviews
Nissan’s Forward Emergency Braking
We all know that today’s vehicles feature more and more safety technology, and that includes emergency braking systems. We decided to test one of these systems, and we chose Nissan’s Forward Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection technology, which is featured in many of the brand’s models, such as the Rogue …
Video Reviews
Review: 2016 Nissan Rogue
It's not as outrageous as the Infiniti FX, but the new Rogue sure makes many in this segment look rather boxy and boring. (This first appeared on Episode 19 of Motoring TV 2016) …
Video Reviews
2015 Nissan Rogue
You’d never guess it, but the Rogue is Nissan’s most popular vehicle. So when it came time to revamp this compact SUV, its designers had to be extra careful not to make any mistakes.
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