2023 Nissan Rogue Arrives with Midnight Edition, Small Price Bump
Still Pretty Close to Fresh
The Rogue was redesigned from the wheels up for the 2021 model year. It immediately stood out with blocky, more rugged styling than much of its competition. That updated look still seems current, so Nissan hasn’t changed it since.
For 2022, though, the company gave it an engine all at once more powerful, more efficient, and smaller than the one it replaced. It’s a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder that gives the Rogue 201 horsepower and returns up to 37 mpg in highway driving.
The Rogue currently sits at No. 7 in our list of the best compact SUVs. That’s an impressive place in a huge, very competitive field. Small SUVs are America’s second-best-selling type of vehicle (only midsize SUVs outsell them). The Rogue is Nissan’s best-seller.
Shoppers should also be aware that Nissan sells a second compact SUV, the Rogue Sport, which is not part of the Rogue lineup. The smaller Rogue Sport appears on its way out after this year.
For 2023, the only substantial change to the Rogue is that the stylish Midnight Edition is now available on the SV trim level. It replaces chrome trim pieces with gloss black and adds 18-inch gloss black wheels and black leatherette upholstery.
The top-of-the-line Rogue Platinum and the SL with Premium Package also add Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant.
2023 Nissan Rogue Pricing:
Nissan also charges a $1,295 destination fee for the Rogue.
|Rogue S Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||$27,360|
|Rogue SV FWD||$29,050|
|Rogue SL FWD||$33,710|
|Rogue Platinum FWD||$37,140|
|Rogue S All-Wheel-Drive (AWD)||$28,860|
|Rogue SV AWD||$30,550|
|Rogue SL AWD||$35,210|
|Rogue Platinum AWD||$38,640|