The 2017 Nissan Rogue trimlines are officially priced and the base model starts at $24,760 making it an easy choice for buyers.
The pricing also includes destination delivery charges of $940.
The outgoing model is slightly lower in pricing when compared to the 2017 edition. The base model is $635 which doesn’t create much of a dent and anyone who likes to buy the new edition can go for it without having to stretch their budget further. The new edition brings a couple of design changes, additional features, connectivity options and also has a hybrid powertrain that caters to buyers who like to contribute to the eco-system.
Nissan has not announced the pricing for the hybrid variant yet. The 2017 Rogue is available in three different types including the S, SV and the SL models. LED daytime running lights, Bluetooth, NissanConnect infotainment system, backup camera, remote keyless entry is some of the features shared by all three trimlines. There are specific features available only for select models and it varies according to the pricing.
Rogue SV is the second car in the lineup priced at $26,180. It includes a bunch of additional safety features including blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert system, tinted rear windows, remote engine start, driver seat with power adjustable support and dual zone climate control. The top of the line is dominated by the Rogue SL priced at $30,900. It includes some of the premium features like heated steering wheel, front seats, powerful Bose sound system and navigation control.
Buyers have the option to go for a SL platinum package which has driver assistance, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, emergency braking and other similar add-ons. When combined, they provide the best driving experience with the highest level of safety.
Under the hood, the 2017 Nissan Rogue is powered by a 2.5-liter I-4 engine capable of delivering up to 170 horsepower coupled with 175 lb feet of torque. The car has a continuously variable transmission which ensures the generated power is spread evenly to the front wheel. You can also upgrade to an all-wheel drive system priced at $1,35. The Rogue is scheduled to be available in stores in the month of November. There is no confirmed release date for the Rogue hybrid edition but when it is announced, we can expect the pricing to be on the higher side. Nissan has found the sweet spot in pricing and in terms of features with the new Rogue.