For the vehicle's 2022-MY, Nissan added a new 1.5L variable compression turbo gas engine — which sticks with the new model as well.  -  Photo: Nissan USA

For the vehicle's 2022-MY, Nissan added a new 1.5L variable compression turbo gas engine — which sticks with the new model as well.

Photo: Nissan USA

Re-engineered in 2021-MY and with the addition of a new turbo engine in 2022-MY, the 2023-MY Nissan Rogue adds a Midnight Edition package on the SV model. The Midnight Edition features an 18-in. gloss black painted alloy wheels, black exterior accents with high-gloss V-motion grille, black badging, and TailorFit leatherette seating.

The Rogue Platinum and the SL Premium packages also add Amazon Alexa, which can play music and place calls through voice commands.

Among its standard safety features, the Rogue is equipped with Nissan Safety Shield 360 on all grades. Other standard components include NissanConnect with an 8-in. touchscreen (9-in. also available) featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and LED exterior lighting.

The Rogue also features advanced driver assistance technology with ProPILOT Assist, which is standard on Rogue SV and higher models. ProPILOT Assist aids in steering, acceleration, and braking in single-lane highway driving. ProPILOT Assist with Navi-link, which is standard on Rogue Platinum and optional on Rogue SL, allows data from the navigation system to adjust the vehicle’s speed before curves and freeway exits.

The Rogue is offered in four grades (S, SV, SL, and Platinum), and each grade is available with four-wheel drive or Intelligent all-wheel drive.

Here are the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for the 2023 Nissan Rogue:

  • Rogue S FWD: $27,360
  • Rogue SV FWD: $29,050
  • Rogue SL FWD: $33,710
  • Rogue Platinum FWD: $37,140
  • Rogue S AWD: $28,860
  • Rogue SV AWD: $30,550
  • Rogue SL AWD: $35,210
  • Rogue Platinum AWD: $38,640
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