Nissan Rogue Trims

Overview

The Nissan Rogue has been enjoying great popularity recently as the Japanese automaker’s top seller, and it’s clear why. This versatile crossover stands apart in its segment with its affordability, interior volume, nice standard features, and pleasant ride. There’s also a hybrid variant that eco-conscious drivers are excited about.

Both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are available on all Rogue trims. Thanks in part to a very efficient continuously variable transmission, fuel economy from the gas-only Rogue is excellent, with an EPA rating for 26 mpg around town and 33 mpg highway for the FWD versions, and just one mpg off those numbers for the AWD versions. The Rogue Hybrid raises those stats to 33 city/35 highway. The three Rogue trim levels (S, SV, and SL) each have a unique list of standard features, which we’ll look at in detail below.


 

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The S Trim

The ultimate in affordability, the S trim has some base-level features, such as cloth seating. But there are also plenty of amenities that aren’t all that common at its competitors’ lowest levels, such as LED daytime running lights, auto emergency braking with pedestrian detection, a blind spot monitor, intelligent lane intervention, and the NissanConnect infotainment system with two USB ports and capability for Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.


The SV Trim

The growing list of creature comforts on the SV includes remote vehicle start, push-button ignition, heated front seats, an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a motion-activated power liftgate, and auto temperature control with two zones. The appearance is enhanced with 17-inch alloy wheels, and the safety factor is increased thanks to the addition of a rear sonar system and rear automatic braking.


The SL Trim

At the top of the lineup, the SL adds a heated steering wheel, a Bose premium audio system with nine speakers (including dual woofers), and a four-way power front passenger seat. It also gets an auto-dimming rearview, memory feature for the driver’s seat and outside mirrors, and an electronic parking brake. The additional safety equipment on this loaded trim is highlighted by the Intelligent Around View Monitor, plus adaptive cruise control and ProPILOT Assist, a driver-assist technology bundle that provides safer highway driving through a combination of automated steering, braking, and acceleration. This trim also gets Nissan Door-to-Door Navigation with Premium Traffic and the HomeLink universal transceiver for the ability to sync with features in your home (for example, your garage door opener).