The 2013 Nissan Rogues are getting a little more expensive than last year’s models with a starting MSRP of $22,310.
The Rogue is offered in two trims with three option packages available. For the new year, the base model Rogue will stay the same, while the Special Edition package, and Premium Edition package get some new upgrades.
New for the 2013 Special Edition package are a Bluetooth hands-free phone system and two additional speakers, bringing the total to six. Rogues equipped with the Special Edition Package will also feature a 4.3-inch color display with USB connectivity, steering wheel audio controls, satellite radio, a backup camera, 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, front fog lights and privacy glass. All this comes at a $1,200 price premium over the base model.
New for the Premium Edition in 2013 are fog lights, and a Bose audio system with seven speakers and a subwoofer. Also coming with the Premium Edition package are a five-inch color touch screen with navigation and live traffic updates, automatic temperature control, a power sliding moonroof and auto on/off headlights. The Premium Edition is priced at $2,550.
Every Rogue features a 170 hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, paired with a CVT.
The base Rogues in S trim will cost you $22,310, while the base Rogue in the upgraded SV trim starts at $24,750. Adding all-wheel drive will boost the price up to $23,610 on the S, and $26,050 on the SV trim.