Nissan is introducing a refreshed Rogue for 2021, furnished with an additional trim level and new features—all for a slight price bump.
With a starting price of $26,745, the 2021 Nissan Rogue is just $160 more expensive than the base price of the outgoing model. The new range-topping Platinum trim retails for $36,525, which is significantly higher than last year’s top-level SL trim; however, it packs a lot in terms of additional features.
The SV variant gets a $40 price increase for a starting price of $28,435, followed by the SL model at $33,095. It will still be available with a front-wheel-drive as standard equipment, while the optional all-wheel-drive can be added for an extra $1,400.
The Rogue’s updates for 2021 include a sleeker look, enhanced interiors, and improved driving dynamics. But aside from these, the infotainment system is also getting an upgrade with an 8.0-inch touchscreen for all trims, except for the SL and Platinum variants that will be equipped with 9.0-inch screens. The Platinum trim will also be equipped with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster as well as a 10.8-inch head-up display.
The 2021 Nissan Rogue is expected to arrive at dealership lots in the US later this month.