2019 Nissan Rogue consumer reviews

$25,020–$26,370 MSRP range
side view of 2019 Rogue Nissan
92% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.8
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.7
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Love My New Rogue

I absolutely love my new rogue I like the way it is lifted up higher and there is lots of room and very comfortable rides like a dream


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I have always liked Nissan cars since I was a kid. Now that I’m an older man my love for this brand has gotten stronger. Very reliable, great on gas and very spacious. I would highly recommend you buying a Nissan Rogue for your next SUV. I also think that car dealerships don’t get the recognition that they need in order to draw in customers. The People who are quick to write a negative review on a car or car dealership is because either they didn’t do their research or just want to buy a car. Stop do your research and make the best educated decision you can before committing. I did and I’m very happy with my choice.


2019 Rogue SV 2wd

We now have 80,000 miles on it. No problems except I have to keep resetting the hatch, it doesn't want to close by the switch sometimes. Seats are very comfortable even the rear seating. On trips average 33 mpg driving on the interstate. We like over our RAV4 we had.


Nissan Rouge

The best I'm very satisfied, it is comfortably and best car, it us so economic car about consumption, I can recommend to every body to use


Best SUV’s I’ve owned

My second Rogue in 10 years. Great on snow, great on gas, and great on maintenance. As long as you change the CVT transmission fluid every ~80K miles, you will never have a transmission issue. Strongly recommend the vehicle. Both of my 2 were purchased brand new, so the proper maintenance have always been done accordingly. One currently has 180k (2013), and my 2019 got about 30K. Excellent vehicle if you change the fluids like a normal intelligent adult.


Great car for the value. Has a lot of room for mid

I had just bought a Jeep Cherokee limited a year ago but when I found out the uconnect system would no longer work I decided to purchase another vehicle. Luckily I had put down a ton of money so I had a lot of equity in my Jeep and got back what I paid for it minus the taxes and fees. The Nissan rogue I really like I love all the features I really wanted Android auto. I have the highest level with everything the weather mats the panoramic sunroof the sound system. I really didn't want the tan color with the black on top but I guess the premium SV version that's all it comes in. I would say the only thing I don't like is it doesn't have good pickup compared to my Jeep which was also a four-cylinder. As well as the seats are comfortable but not even close to as nice and comfortable leather as the jeep. I did own a Nissan Sentra when I turned 18 and it lasted me for over 300,000 miles. But these days newer cars I don't think last that long. But I guess we'll see I have only had it since October of 2022.


Used to be a Toyota Girl, but now Nissan

I was always a Toyota person, bought only Toyotas from my first car in the 80's until 2019. I love Toyota. But it was hard giving up my Toyota Prius hybrid 2019, as it had superior warning technology, and the gas mileage on the hybrid was outstanding, $11 every 3 weeks. It was an all wheel drive but I missed my 2004 Rav4 SUV. Bottom line, the Nissan does not have the technology warning signs that Toyota has. On Toyota, if you did not have your seat belt on, it would bing and bing louder and louder until you could not stand it, and put your seat belt on. The Nissan just beeps once, and no more. When backing up it does not warn me enough, and the image is hard to look at sometimes. The Nissan had me spending more on gas, from the 11 every three weeks, to 28-30 dollars every week to 2 weeks. I did not notice that there were no mats in the car until when I had it washed and detailed. So I had to buy the mats. I guess I will be with Nissan this time, as I am going on 69 and not planning on buying anymore cars (I hope). It gives good room, and drives well. I love my car, but wish it had better technology and gas milage. And Nissan will listen and work with you if you have any problems, I do love that about Nissan. They made me feel like a person.


RPM worries not work properly when stop at a light

I bought a Nissan Rogue 2019 and driving for about 3 years. Recently the Nissan have been acting really weird and scary. After stopped at light but not warning sign what so ever on the dash board


Great vehicle

I’ve always been a big fan of Nissan products I owned two Altimas at one time. So when one of my Nissan Altima‘s transmission went out I decided to check out the rogue. And it’s surpassed my expectations. I feel safe driving it. It had great handling. Awesome pick up and I love the all wheel drive feature. It had a really nice interior. Plenty of storage space. Cargo space is huge.


Loving it

Love the car. My only complaint would be the gas mileage. I wish it got better mileage. Had knee replacement surgery in the fall so was looking for a car that was easy to get in and out of. The Rogue worked fine.