2025 Nissan Rogue Adds Rock Creek Edition

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The 2025 Rogue Rock Creek hopes to conquest Subaru owners.

The 2025 Nissan Rogue, fresh off a facelift, was supposed to just coast into the new year with a few tweaks. But no, Nissan had other plans.

They’ve rolled out the Rock Creek edition, a trim that’s all about rough-and-ready vibes, complete with chunky off-road tires and all-wheel drive as standard.

The Rock Creek, like its siblings, is driven by a turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine kicking out 201 horsepower and 225 lb-ft of torque. This little beast pushes power through an Xtronic CVT. This trim is Nissan's love letter to the outdoor crowd. On the outside, it’s got a bold gloss black grille with silver accents, a custom bumper with Lava Red finishes, and red highlights on the door badging, roof rails, and wheels.

Those 17-inch satin black wheels are wrapped in 235/65 Falken Wild Peak all-terrain tires. It's not a hardcore off-roader, but it'll handle those dusty trails just fine. Gloss black side mirror caps and a choice of four colors—Baja Storm, Boulder Gray, Everest White, and Super Black—round out the exterior.

Inside, the Rock Creek sports water-repellent leatherette upholstery, Lava Red contrast stitching, and piano black trim. This trim might be rugged, but it’s also loaded with goodies: a 360-degree camera with off-road view, hill descent control, and heated seats. If you need more, the premium package adds a heated steering wheel, a four-way power-adjustable passenger seat, a wireless charging pad, and a motion-activated power liftgate.

Look for it in dealerships this summer.

Nissan’s clearly aiming at Subaru’s Forester Wilderness crowd with this one. But they haven’t forgotten the rest of the Rogue lineup. The 2025 models come with the new ProPilot Assist 2.1 system on the SL and Platinum trims, letting you take your hands off the wheel in certain conditions. ProPilot Assist, standard on the SV and Rock Creek trims, gives you adaptive cruise control and steering assist. The SL and Platinum also use ProPilot Assist 1.1, which uses navigation to adjust speed for upcoming curves.

Safety-wise, all 2025 Rogues come with Nissan Safety Shield 360. This means blind-spot assist, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, rear automatic braking, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. Entertainment is covered too, with the Rogue S, SV, and Rock Creek packing an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The SL and Platinum trims get a 12.3-inch screen with Google built-in, plus a wireless charger and wireless connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The 2025 Rogue SL and Platinum also get an upgraded 360-degree monitor with 3D rotation, making it easier to spot obstacles. The optional Technology Package adds even more camera angles. Nissan hasn’t spilled the beans on pricing yet, but it’s expected to hover around the 2024 model’s starting price of $28,850. Look for the 2025 Rogue to hit dealerships this summer.

This article was co-written using AI and was then heavily edited and optimized by our editorial team.

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