Nissan Launches 2020 Rogue In FWD And AWD Versions, Priced From $25,200

Nissan has announced pricing for the 2020 Rogue in the United States, confirming that the vehicle will start at $25,200 in the S FWD entry-level specification.

A press release by the Japanese car manufacturer confirms that the Rogue will be offered in S, SV, and SL grade levels and with front- and all-wheel drive. The company’s advanced ProPilot Assist system is standard on the Rogue SL and available as an option on the SV models.

In addition, 2020 Nissan Rogue SV and SL models come equipped with Nissan Safety Shield 360 as standard which includes Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Departure Warning, radar-based Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and High Beam Assist.

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As mentioned, the entry-level S FWD starts at $25,200, excluding the destination and handling fee of $1045. Prices increase to $26,620 for the SV FWD and $31,590 for the SL FWD respectively. Prices for the all-wheel drive versions start at $26,550 and rise to $27,970 and $32,940 for the next two trim levels.

All 2020 Rogue models include body-colored heated wing mirrors with integrated turn signals, a rear spoiler, privacy glass, and roof rails. The SUV can also be optioned with a power panoramic moonroof, and customers may choose between 17-, 18-, and 19-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, even the entry-level trim comes with a 7.0-inch color touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while, regardless of grade, the sole engine option is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 170 hp and 175 lb-ft (237 Nm).

  • Bash

    See, $25k for this is seriously a lot, this would be much better to be priced at 22k. They should change their prices strategy to start making profits, I still can’t believe they lost 95% of their sales!!

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      Yes but would they actually make money selling it at $22k or would they need to seriously decontent it?

      • Bash

        I see your point.

    • DetrinKD

      They didn’t lose 95% of sales… It was a 95% drop in profit. And dropping prices doesn’t increase profit… $25k is about where everyone starts in this class and is not much when you consider the average car transaction is almost $38k.

      • Six_Tymes

        LMAO at “38K”

        pocket change for you I guess. the fact is, all cars and SUVs are OVER PRICED. Even used are stupidity over priced.

        • DetrinKD

          I never said I paid that much. I buy slightly used.

        • Jason Miller

          He said “almost $38k”, not “only $38k”. Big difference, sir. Unnecessary reply.

        • Paul

          I think most everything is overpriced any more.

      • Bash

        Fine, you are right. but how is doping in profit cannot be linked to drop in sales? unless their global overhead is too much that they simply cant cover their expenses anymore. Besides I know a lot of people are not buying Nissan anymore just because of the whole CVT.

    • Jason Miller

      MSRP is $25k. High probability you could drive one off the lot for a bit less than that.

  • charlotteharry57

    I’m not so concerned about pricing, but this is an OLD vehicle, now going into its 7th model year with few changes. And it’s Nissan’s biggest seller here. Inside word has the new one not arriving until early summer next year. And even the new Sentra is delayed from this fall until late winter.

    • DetrinKD

      I wonder if all the upper management turmoil is causing these delays? I wonder why the Sentra would be delayed being that its twin is on sale in China now. Weird and annoying. They’re really letting their product stagnate for too long.

    • Six_Tymes

      damn, has it been 7 years already? Shows you how good this particular design is to be relevant that long in such a crowded competitive field.

    • Jason Miller


    • TennJoe

      This was totally a new model in 2014 and became a top seller for several years. This is 5th model year.

      • charlotteharry57

        2020 is the 7th model year. Your counting is off.

  • Able

    Well equipped but an absolute shitbox.

  • Super Rob

    I see these everywhere. Test drove one and it was crazy slow with just me and it wasn’t even hot out. I can’t imagine how low powered it would have been with 3-4 people on a hot day with AC. Wife wanted one, then drove a CRV and wouldn’t leave until we bought it. Nice interior for Nissan, but performance why it’s not up to the other ones.

    • charlotteharry57

      The interior is outdated. Also, when I sat in one last November at our Auto Show, it seems that Nissan cut the driver’s seat track length back on the ’19s (for whatever strange reason) and at 6’3″, I couldn’t fit in it. Same for the Sport (the smaller one). Way to alienate customers!

      • Super Rob

        I’m 6’4″ and fit in the CRV with knee room to spare. That wasn’t the case in the previous version.

  • Paul

    It has aged well and they’ve managed to keep it updated. But it is really getting way long in the tooth. The new one cant get here soon enough me thinks.

    • charlotteharry57

      It has not been updated enough. That dash is straight out of 2013.

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      They haven’t done anything to update it.

      The infotainment is worst in class and the 2.5 was underpowered at launch.

  • TennJoe

    This originally challenged Rav 4 and CRV as the top selling CUV. Now they let the others get the jump over the Rouge and have lost thousands of sales. Need the next one asap or could have least given this one a more powerful engine to stay competitive.

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      The only reason why it sold so well was due to huge rebates on the hood and massive fleet sales.

  • Jawohl

    It’s expensive in the US. Cheaper in other markets

  • WalthamDan

    I wonder how many sales this Rogue now actually has per month. Since they only show combined Rogue and Rogue Sport monthly sales totals and the #s are off by thousands compared to years prior, are both models hemorrhaging sales or just the larger Rogue? I guess the cut to fleet sales really hit Nissan’s CUV hard.

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      They still sell well to subprime buyers who need a cheap CUV. Nissan has absolutely MASSIVE rebates laying on the hood of these things.

  • jonas demuro

    The Rogue has not aged well. The engine was always underpowered, made even more obvious with a mediocre CVT. It continues to need a turbo, and they should have not wasted time on the poorly selling hybrid version, recently discontinued.

    Then again, Nissan has lost their way for so long, I do not give it much hope. At best, they may be able to reverse engineer a RAV4.

  • Jed Clampett

    Drove one recently and not impressed. Lack of power with the AC on in hot Florida was my main complaint. Would rather see additional engine choices.

  • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

    This needed to be a new model in 2018.

    Nothing about this was competitive even when it was released. Why you would buy this trash over a CR-V or CX-5 is beyond me.


      Complaining already

  • Buck

    Why doesn’t Nissan ever use any of the innovative designs they Win so many Awards for. Instead they keep pumping out very dated vehicles. Sad to see Nissan go for an Innovator to unappealing to a younger market. The real tragedy is they have the designs just lack the boldness to use them!

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