2020 Nissan Rogue Gets Slight Price Hike

Nissan just revealed pricing for the 2020 Rogue and there are very slight increases across the board. Front-wheel and all-wheel drive S and SV trims receive a $180 price bump, while the top-level SL trim jumps up $100.

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S models with front-wheel drive will now start at $26,245. Front-wheel drive SV models will have a starting price of $27,665 and SL models with front-wheel will cost $32,635. Adding all-wheel drive adds a $1,350 premium, bringing the S to $27,595, the SV to $29,015 and the SL to $33,985. All prices include a $1,045 destination charge.

The Rogue is Nissan’s best-selling vehicle across its entire lineup, and one of the few models in the lineup that can be equipped with the automaker’s ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous safety feature. Other advanced safety features like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection and rear automatic braking — among many others — are part of what Nissan calls Safety Shield 360. Both ProPilot Assist and Safety Shield 360 are standard on SL models and optional on the SV.

The 2019 Rogue recently placed last in our comparison of compact SUVs. For comparison versus the competition, the 2019 Honda CR-V starts at $25,545, the 2019 Hyundai Tucson at $24,445, the 2019 Jeep Cherokee at $26,540, the 2019 Subaru Forester at $25,270, the 2019 Toyota RAV4 at $26,745, and the 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan at $25,290. All these prices also include destination.

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