2017 Nissan Rogue Buyer's Guide

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Above Average: Class-above interior and parking-lot presence, segment's only available (small) third-row seat 

Below Average: Driving refinement, infotainment offering

Consensus: Boasts a touch of sophistication and plenty of tricks up its sleeve 

 

Stylish, efficient and uncommonly accommodating.

The Nissan Rogue is among the most sophisticated and substantial compact SUVs on the road. Given an extensive update for 2017, including upgrades to the already attractive interior, more tech and safety features, and the addition of a new hybrid model, the versatile Rogue easily earned a spot on our most recent list of 10 Best SUVs under $25,000.

Driving It

"Inside the cabin, sound-absorption improvements make the 2017 Rogue competitive in class at keeping the sounds of the outside world outside. Likewise, the Rogue's ride quality is a strong suit. Never one to make an art out of corner carving at quick speeds, Nissan's small SUV prefers a more relaxed approach to driving, an attitude that's very consistent with the folks shopping this segment." Find out more in our 2017 Nissan Rogue full review.

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How Much is Your Rogue?

Consistent with the leaders in the compact crossover category, Nissan's Rogue can be purchased in "S" form for less than $25,000; go opulent with the SL Hybrid and you should plan on spending more than $35,000. Build and price your own 2017 Nissan Rogue to unlock this week's Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

Third Row

The Rogue is the only SUV in its class to offer a third row. It's small, but for families that only need the extra seating on occasion -- and small, limber children are part of the mix -- it can make the Rogue a more affordable, more efficient and more nimble alternative to a midsize SUV.

Rogue Hybrid

Even though the new-for-2017 hybrid version of the Nissan Rogue only has six more horsepower than the regular Rogue, it provides better performance from a stop, as well as notably better fuel economy. The standard front-drive Rogue nets 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, and the front-drive Hybrid's fuel economy is 33 city/35 highway. While all-wheel drive is an option, the Hybrid is not available with a third row of seats.

More Compact SUVs

The 2017 Nissan Rogue is one of more than a dozen small SUVs vying for your attention. Check out our Compact SUV Buyer's Guide to become an instant expert on all your options, including what's new and what's next.

 

Photo Gallery: Nissan Rogue Inside and Out

 

Video: Nissan Rogue Review and Road Test

 


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