2021 Nissan Rogue Price, Packaging Promise Value

Christian Wardlaw | Oct 06, 2020

Prices for the redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue demonstrate how the company’s crossover SUV meets the needs of modern vehicle buyers. At the bottom of the lineup, a new 2021 Rogue S ($26,745) costs just a few thousand more than an average used car sold in America. At the top of the lineup, the 2021 Rogue Platinum ($36,525) is priced right around the average amount paid for a new car in the U.S. (Prices include the $1,095 destination charge.)

2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum Red Front Quarter View Night

Granted, that is the same sweet spot where most compact crossovers play, making them among the most popular vehicles in the country. And while there are plenty of choices in this vehicle class, Nissan delivers value through its useful size, simple packaging, and special equipment that is unavailable in the competition.

For example, the Rogue S features standard aluminum wheels, LED front and rear lighting, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Nissan Safety Shield 360, a collection of advanced driving assistance systems.

Choose the Rogue SV ($28,435), and the SUV includes larger 18-inch wheels, a Level 2 driving assistance technology called Nissan ProPilot Assist, expanded infotainment with NissanConnect Services, a surround-view camera system, and dual-zone automatic climate control. A Premium Package is available for the SV ($2,660), adding a panoramic sunroof, a power liftgate, leatherette seat upholstery, and more.

The Rogue SL ($33,095) has genuine leather seats, a set of 19-inch wheels, triple-zone automatic climate control, and rear seat side window sunshades. A Premium Package ($1,320) equips the Rogue SL with a larger 9-inch touchscreen infotainment display, a Bose premium sound system, and an enhanced version of ProPilot Assist.

New for 2021, the Rogue Platinum adds luxury to the SUV’s cabin. Premium semi-aniline quilted leather with contrast stitching, ambient interior lighting, wireless smartphone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay, a 10.8-inch head-up display, and a 12.3-inch digital instrumentation display all come standard with Platinum trim.

Through its modern design, roomy interior, generous cargo space, and features that are still uncommon in some small luxury SUVs let alone compact crossovers from mainstream brands, the 2021 Nissan Rogue proves it is appealing in many ways.

The information in this article is from Nissan. It was accurate on October 6, 2020, but it may have changed since that date.

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