2021 Nissan Rogue Pricing Hardly Budges Despite Complete Redesign
The redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue is a very important vehicle for the struggling Japanese automaker. With executive scandals and financial worries before the coronavirus has rocked the world, Nissan needs a home run. The previous Rogue was a commercial success for the company, and with 2021 models starting at $ 25,650, Nissan seems intent on maintaining it.
That’s because last year’s Rogue’s MSRP was $ 25,490. Basic calculations tell us that the price difference is only $ 160, which is rather remarkable considering that 2021 is not just a redesign, but a whole new generation with an updated appearance and an infusion. of sound technology. The slight increase also extends to the higher trim levels, with the SV sold in volume only increasing by $ 460 – the biggest increase you’ll find in the 2021 Rogue lineup. The top-of-the-line SL only goes up to $ 160, but it’s supplanted in the Rogue hierarchy by the Platinum, which is new for 2021 and serves as the flagship model.
Here’s a full price breakdown of the 2021 Nissan Rogue for both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models in the US market. A destination fee of $ 1095 is do not included in the figures below.
|Nissan Rogue S FWD||$ 25,650|
|Nissan Rogue SV FWD||$ 27,340|
|Nissan Rogue SL FWD||$ 32,000|
|Nissan Rogue Platinum FWD||$ 35,430|
|Nissan Rogue S AWD||$ 27,050|
|Nissan Rogue SV AWD||$ 28,740|
|Nissan Rogue SL AWD||$ 33,400|
|Nissan Rogue Platinum AWD|
Some of the updates to the Rogue are an available digital instrument panel, 9.0-inch touchscreen, and 10.8-inch heads-up display. The company’s full ProPilot active safety system is also standard equipment on all except the base S model, but every 2021 Rogue benefits from a redesigned greenhouse that looks surprisingly high-end. The top-of-the-line Platinum also features semi-aniline leather, all in a luxurious SUV costing well under $ 40,000.
“The all-new Rogue offers everything families are looking for today: connectivity, safety, versatility and fun,” said Mike Colleran, senior vice president of US marketing and sales for Nissan. “As the best-selling model, Rogue is our biggest launch to date.”
The 2021 Rogue is expected to hit dealerships starting this month.