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2023 Nissan Rogue Strikes Midnight, Priced From $28,655

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It’s now been two model years since the Nissan Rogue’s major redesign — one that saw it take home the top spot in our most recent comparison of compact SUVs — and for 2023, the updates are minimal. The 2022 Rogue added an all-new engine, but for 2023, the major change is the addition of the Midnight Edition Package for the mid-level SV trim. Higher trims also add Amazon Alexa connectivity. Across its lineup, the 2023 Rogue gets a $210 price increase, with a starting price of $28,655 (all prices include a $1,295 destination fee).

Related: Nissan Changes the Heart of the Rogue for 2022

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The Midnight Edition Package adds black 18-inch wheels, black exterior badging, a black grille and black roof rails. It also comes standard with a power liftgate, panoramic moonroof, leatherette upholstery, and heated front seats and steering wheel. The additional content and blacked-out appearance will cost buyers $4,195 and is available on both front- and all-wheel-drive Rogue SVs.

The 2023 Rogue is powered by the new-for-2022 turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine that makes 201 horsepower and 225 pounds-feet of torque. All trims come standard with FWD; AWD is a $1,500 option. Other standard features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity — on either the standard 8-inch or optional 9-inch touchscreen — and Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 suite of safety features. The Rogue Platinum comes standard with Nissan’s ProPilot Assist driver-assistance tech, which is also optional on the SL.

The 2023 Rogue is on sale now in S, SV, SL and Platinum trim levels. Pricing for FWD models is below:

  • S: $28,655
  • SV: $30,345
  • SL: $35,005
  • Platinum: $38,435

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