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Nissan Rogue

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Key specifications

Highlights
1,500 lbs
Towing Capacity
Intercooled Turbo Regular Unleaded I-3
Engine Type
30 City / 37 Hwy
MPG
201 hp
Horsepower
Engine
225 @ 2800
SAE Net Torque @ RPM
201 @ 5600
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
1.5 L/91
Displacement
Intercooled Turbo Regular Unleaded I-3
Engine Type
Suspension
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)
Strut
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear
Strut
Suspension Type - Front
Weight & Capacity
N/A
Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
15 gal
Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
1,500 lbs
Maximum Trailering Capacity
150 lbs
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
Safety
Standard
Stability Control
Standard
Lane Departure Warning
Standard
Backup Camera
Standard
Blind Spot Monitor
Entertainment
Standard
Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®
Electrical
N/A
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)
Brakes
N/A
Drum - Rear (Yes or )
12 in
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
12 in
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes
Disc - Rear (Yes or )

Notable features

Five-seat compact SUV
Turbo three-cylinder engine
Front- or all-wheel drive
Apple CarPlay, Android Auto standard
Nissan ProPilot Assist available

Engine

225 @ 2800 SAE Net Torque @ RPM
201 @ 5600 SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
1.5 L/91 Displacement
Intercooled Turbo Regular Unleaded I-3 Engine Type

Suspension

Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)
Strut Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear
Strut Suspension Type - Front

Weight & Capacity

N/A Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
15 gal Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
1,500 lbs Maximum Trailering Capacity
150 lbs Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
1,500 lbs Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
150 lbs Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
1,500 lbs Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
N/A Maximum Payload Capacity
N/A Curb Weight - Rear
N/A Curb Weight - Front
3,452 lbs Base Curb Weight
0 lbs Total Option Weight
N/A Curb Weight

Safety

Standard Stability Control
Standard Lane Departure Warning
Standard Backup Camera
Standard Blind Spot Monitor

Entertainment

Standard Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®

Electrical

N/A Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)

Brakes

N/A Drum - Rear (Yes or )
12 in Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
12 in Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes Disc - Rear (Yes or )
Yes Disc - Front (Yes or )
N/A Brake ABS System (Second Line)
4-Wheel Brake ABS System
4-Wheel Disc Brake Type
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Factory Warranties

Basic
3 years / 36,000 miles
Corrosion
5 years
Powertrain
5 years / 60,000 miles
Roadside Assistance
3 years / 36,000 miles
2023 Report Card

Car Seat Safety

Latch
A
Infant
A
Rear-facing Convertible
A
Front-facing Convertible
B
Booster
A
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The good & the bad

The good

Comfortable cabin
Great outward visibility
Impressive fuel economy
Roomy cargo area
Many standard safety features

The bad

Meager passing power
Range-topping Platinum trim is pricey
Ho-hum steering feel
No wireless Android Auto

Consumer reviews

3.0 / 5
Based on 62 reviews
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Comfort 3.9
Interior 3.9
Performance 3.2
Value 3.1
Exterior 3.8
Reliability 3.2

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5.0

I have a 2021 Nissan rogue, SV it’s roomy comfortable has

I have a 2021 Nissan rogue, SV it’s roomy comfortable has all the bells and whistles I’m very happy with it they are nice suvs I’m actually going to look at it 2024 this week I am keeping my 2021 so I’ll have two no issues with it they could of done better with the suspension but no matter what type of car you get there’s always...

5.0

Great little suv

I had purchased a 2022 rogue sv but was missing the bells and whistle from my 2019. So when my dealer reached out to me about a trade, I went for the 2023 sv awd with the premium package. Worth every penny. Now I have leatherette seats, sunroof, heated seats and wheels, and sidebars. I love the gas mileage plus the new seating...

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2023 Nissan Rogue review: Our expert's take

By Damon Bell

The verdict: The 2023 Nissan Rogue is an outstanding all-around family-hauler, aided by smart packaging, an economical and surprisingly refined three-cylinder engine, and several thoughtful features — though it does get pricey in its top trim.

Versus the competition: Thanks to its well-rounded nature, the Rogue stacks up exceptionally well against class competitors. It nabbed the top spot in our 2023 Compact SUV Challenge, backing up its first-place finish in our previous comparison test.

As one of the most popular and hotly contested vehicle classes in today’s new-car marketplace, the mainstream compact SUV category offers a fair amount of variety. Want gutsier acceleration and sharper handling than the class norm? Check out a Ford Escape or Mazda CX-5 or CX-50, which boast crisp cornering capabilities and strong available turbocharged engines. Looking to do some off-the-beaten-path adventuring? The Jeep Compass Trailhawk and Subaru Forester Wilderness are optimized for traversing rough terrain. Concerned about fuel economy? The Escape, Honda CR-V, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, and Toyota RAV4 all offer hybrid powertrains, and the Escape, Tucson, Sportage, RAV4 and Mitsubishi Outlander also come as plug-in hybrids. But if what you want is simply a well-rounded compact SUV that excels at a wide variety of everyday tasks — and delivers a convincingly luxurious experience in its top trim level — the Nissan Rogue is, perhaps, the best choice in the class.

Related: What’s the Best Compact SUV of 2023?

Other than a Midnight Edition blackout-trim package and available Amazon Alexa functionality, the Rogue is unchanged for the 2023 model year. It was redesigned from the ground up for 2021, and Nissan replaced its naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine with a turbocharged three-cylinder for 2022. We recently tested a 2023 Rogue Platinum against five other compact SUVs — a Ford Escape ST-Line Elite, Honda CR-V EX-L, Hyundai Tucson Limited, Kia Sportage X-Pro Prestige and Mazda CX-50 Turbo Premium Plus — in Palm Springs, Calif., and thanks in part to its jack-of-all-trades personality, the Rogue finished first.

Airy Cabin

Though the Rogue’s overall dimensions are average for the class. It feels airier inside than most of its rivals, with a tall roofline and generously sized windows all around. The large windshield and thin windshield pillars provide a panoramic view from the driver’s seat, and the view to the rear is better than the norm, as well. Extra-tall occupants have headroom to spare in both the front and rear seats even under the panoramic moonroof that comes standard on SL and Platinum trims. (Sunroof housings usually steal an inch or so of head space.) Our editors found the seating position both front and rear to be just right — not too high, not too low. Another much-appreciated detail: The front-seat sunshades are extra large and fully adjustable, extending to cover the entire upper portion of the front windows.

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The verdict: The 2023 Nissan Rogue is an outstanding all-around family-hauler, aided by smart packaging, an economical and surprisingly refined three-cylinder engine, and several thoughtful features — though it does get pricey in its top trim.

Versus the competition: Thanks to its well-rounded nature, the Rogue stacks up exceptionally well against class competitors. It nabbed the top spot in our 2023 Compact SUV Challenge, backing up its first-place finish in our previous comparison test.

As one of the most popular and hotly contested vehicle classes in today’s new-car marketplace, the mainstream compact SUV category offers a fair amount of variety. Want gutsier acceleration and sharper handling than the class norm? Check out a Ford Escape or Mazda CX-5 or CX-50, which boast crisp cornering capabilities and strong available turbocharged engines. Looking to do some off-the-beaten-path adventuring? The Jeep Compass Trailhawk and Subaru Forester Wilderness are optimized for traversing rough terrain. Concerned about fuel economy? The Escape, Honda CR-V, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, and Toyota RAV4 all offer hybrid powertrains, and the Escape, Tucson, Sportage, RAV4 and Mitsubishi Outlander also come as plug-in hybrids. But if what you want is simply a well-rounded compact SUV that excels at a wide variety of everyday tasks — and delivers a convincingly luxurious experience in its top trim level — the Nissan Rogue is, perhaps, the best choice in the class.

Related: What’s the Best Compact SUV of 2023?

Other than a Midnight Edition blackout-trim package and available Amazon Alexa functionality, the Rogue is unchanged for the 2023 model year. It was redesigned from the ground up for 2021, and Nissan replaced its naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine with a turbocharged three-cylinder for 2022. We recently tested a 2023 Rogue Platinum against five other compact SUVs — a Ford Escape ST-Line Elite, Honda CR-V EX-L, Hyundai Tucson Limited, Kia Sportage X-Pro Prestige and Mazda CX-50 Turbo Premium Plus — in Palm Springs, Calif., and thanks in part to its jack-of-all-trades personality, the Rogue finished first.

Airy Cabin

Though the Rogue’s overall dimensions are average for the class. It feels airier inside than most of its rivals, with a tall roofline and generously sized windows all around. The large windshield and thin windshield pillars provide a panoramic view from the driver’s seat, and the view to the rear is better than the norm, as well. Extra-tall occupants have headroom to spare in both the front and rear seats even under the panoramic moonroof that comes standard on SL and Platinum trims. (Sunroof housings usually steal an inch or so of head space.) Our editors found the seating position both front and rear to be just right — not too high, not too low. Another much-appreciated detail: The front-seat sunshades are extra large and fully adjustable, extending to cover the entire upper portion of the front windows.

Read more