Nissan’s compact crossover SUV gets a facelift, and some new tech to boot.
The Nissan Rogue was introduced in 2008 and has remained Nissan’s most popular SUV in the United States. Now squarely in its third generation, Nissan and Nissan dealers alike hope the Rogue’s popularity continues with the new model refresh. Read on, and we’ll dive into the 2024 Nissan Rogue and see what’s new.
The 2024 Nissan Rogue sits right in the middle of Nissan’s SUV lineup, between the larger Murano and the subcompact Kicks. Regarding competitor pricing, the Rogue is one of the cheaper options, while many other SUVs in its class have higher entry-level prices. Pricing starts at $28,320 for the S trim, $30,010 for the SV trim, $35,170 for the SL trim, and $38,600 for the Platinum trim.
What’s New for 2024?
For starters, the 2024 Nissan Rogue’s V-motion grille receives a fresh look, with chrome-tipped horizontal gills stretching from end to end. New color options are available, including Nissan’s vibrant Sunset Drift ChromaFlair. If you opt for the SV Midnight Edition trim level, you’ll be treated to blacked-out wheels, grille, and roof rails. Every 2024 Rogue enjoys front and rear LED lighting as well.
Inside, the 2024 Rogue sports Nissan’s NASA-inspired Zero Gravity front seats, which are great for long drives. If you opt for the SL or Platinum trims, you’ll receive Nissan’s Divide-N-Hide cargo system, which boasts a cargo area of 36.5 cubic feet, while the S and SV trims will have to make do with only 31.6 cubic feet. If you fold the second-row seats flat, the Rogue will achieve a maximum cargo area of 74.1 cubic feet.
Tech & Safety
The 2024 Nissan Rogue offers a standard 10.3-inch infotainment screen. SL and Platinum trims are treated to a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, which uses Google’s built-in Google Automotive Services. All Rogue trims come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Nissan’s full driver safety suite is included in the Rogue, which includes features such as automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection. The NHTSA has given the Rogue a 5-star safety rating. However, the IIHS did not award the Rogue an overall “Good” score despite receiving a “Good” in the past.
Nissan equipped the 2024 Rogue with their 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine. It can still produce 201 horsepower and 225 lb-ft torque despite only three cylinders. Transferring the three-cylinder power to the wheels is a Nissan Xtronic CVT transmission, which has reportedly been upgraded to reduce internal friction by 32 percent, reducing potentially damaging heat. Front-wheel drive is standard on Rogue, with all-wheel drive optional.
The Nissan Rogue remains a popular SUV for families thanks to its low price and feature-filled itinerary. Will you stop by your local Nissan dealer to test drive a new 2024 Nissan Rogue this year?
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