Refreshed 2017 Nissan Rogue will start at $24,760

Refreshed 2017 Nissan Rogue will start at $24,760

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 21:47

Nissan has once released pricing for the refreshed Nissan Rogue, which was unveiled honourable over a month ago. While every shapely level has risen in price, Nissan does amassment a few extra goodies to ease the pain. The Rogue S and SV models both displa the smallest price increases at $530 and $500 severally, regardless of whether they’re equipped with face- or all-wheel drive. This means the fa-wheel-drive S starts at $24,760 and the fa-wheel-drive SV starts at $26,180. The SL jumps $1,270 across all drivetrains and starts at $32,250 for the fa-wheel-drive version. Pricing for the mixture model has yet to be released.

On the Rogue S, you now get a standard movement-activated hatch, a sporty-looking stretched out-bottom steering wheel, and a shifter with gambol mode. The SV gets all of those features as adequately, but adds a six-speaker stereo, heated seats, distant start, and blind spot warning with bring up cross-traffic alert. The top level SL then adds headlights with high-priced-beam assist, a Bose nine-spieler stereo and Nissan’s suite of Nissan Tie in features and services, which include items such as vote recognition, automatic collision notification, unusual access via smartphone and more. The SL also has unrequisite radar-equipped cruise control and well-advanced emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

Nissan’s refreshed Rogue longing also be entering a very competitive cricket pitch and it is priced as such. It falls extremely shut to current competitors such as the 2017 Ford Levant and 2016 Mazda CX-5, which both start at $24,495 for robot models. It also undercuts the $25,850 2017 Toyota RAV4. Both the 2017 Kia Sportage and 2017 Hyundai Tucson blow in in below the new Rogue, with starting prices secondary to $24,000. One advantage the Rogue does keep is an optional third-row seat, a feature that is contrariwise shared with the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander, which starts at $24,390. The Rogue can’t holiday on its refreshed laurels, though, as it will quickly have to contend with the completely redesigned Honda CR-V and Chevrolet Equinox.


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