2023 Nissan Rogue

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Key Spec of 2023 Nissan Rogue
fuel economy


fuel type



1000 hp

basic warranty


ProsConsWhat's New

Rugged exterior design

Expensive upper trims

No significant changes are expected for the 2023 generation

Comfortable ride quality

Comparatively smaller rear seats than most rivals

Carrying the redesigned look of 2021

Huge cargo capacity

Poorly designed voice controls

Advance driver aids features

Noisy engine at high speed

Modern interior technology

2023 Nissan Rogue Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: October 19, 2022

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Sharing its DNA with the Mitsubishi Outlander, the Nissan Rogue is one of the best-selling SUVs in the company’s manufacturing lineup. Proposing an attractive interior, improved strength, and a comfortable ride, the new Rogue has improved its selling position in the small SUV market. Redesigned in the year 2021, it still carries a different way styling than its previous generation. The exterior filled with chrome panels devises its signature look. The high-tech interior makes the various tasks easy to operate with the help of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. In addition, for advanced driver aids, it offers Pro Pilot Assists.

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Over All Rating


Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#3 in Compact Suv

#11 in Suv

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Base$27,800 Est. onwards

Colors and Styles

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Caspian Blue Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

In the new 2023 Nissan Rogue, the company has maintained the updated look of 2 year back generation. However, it is carrying the last year's updated 1.5L Turbo I3, instead of that sick 2.5L I4. The Nissan has come up with its midnight edition package. As the name suggests, we won't be fascinated if the package delivers an all-black exterior and interior trim, with the alloys dipped in black shade. Besides that, we do not expect any prominent changes in this new generation of the Rogue. It is surrounded by many competitors in the segment, but the top rivals of the new Rogue will be the Kia Sorento, the Hyundai Santa Fe, and the Chevrolet Equinox.


The whole lineup of the Nissan Rogue is divided into 4 different trim levels. The S is the base model, however with 18-inch alloys, SV is the most popular trim. Coming to the premium trims the SL and the Platinum takes charge. All the variants are on offer with the only available 1.5L Turbo I3 that produces 201 hp. Pairing with single-speed CVT, the Nissan furnishes all the models with a standard FWD drivetrain. Available option to upgrade to AWD. With height-adjustable rear seats and climate controls for rear seat passengers, the standard S model has a lot more to offer. The SV comes with the standard Adaptive cruise control and an upgraded 6-speaker sound than the S.



 Nissan Rogue S


 Nissan Rogue SV 


 Nissan Rogue SL


Nissan Rogue Platinum


$ 28.445

$ 30,135

$ 34,795

$ 38,225


$ 29.995

$ 31,635

$ 36,295

$ 39,725

Key Features 

17-inch alloys

18-inch alloys

19-inch alloys

19-inch alloys


8-inch infotainment screen

Dual-zone automatic climate control

Dual panel cargo floor

9-inch infotainment touch screen


Four-speaker audio system 

Six-speaker audio system

360-degree camera

Wireless Apple CarPlay


Satellite Radio

Power adjustable driver seat

Power- adjustable passenger seats

Wireless charging pad


Lane departure warning

Keyless entry and ignition

Leather upholstery

Digital Instrument Panel


Blind spot monitor

Lane departure mitigation

Auto-dimming rearview mirror

Upgraded leather upholstery 


2 USB charging port

Adaptive Cruise Control

LED foglights

Heated rear seats with remote seat release lever


Rear air vents

Heated mirrors 

Driver seat memory function

10-speaker Bose premium audio system


Height adjustable driver seat

Rear seat 2 USB charging ports

Hands-free liftgate opening

Interlinked Adaptive Cruise Control with navigation system


Rear automatic braking

Remote engine start

Optional voice controls

Front and rear parking sensors

Along with the features and functions, the Nissan proposes in the new 2023 Rogue, it also allows an option for the shopper to add extra amenities on the trims they opt for.

Nissan provides extra packages for the SV and SL trims of the Rogue–

The premium package on the SV

  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Liftgate 
  • Roof rails
  • Second-row sunshades 
  • Faux leather Upholstery
  • Leather-wrapped and heated steering wheel
  • Heated front seats

Premium package for the SL trim

  • Navigation system-interlinked adaptive cruise control
  • 10-speaker bose premium audio system
  • Voice controls
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • Navigation
  • 9-inch infotainment touchscreen
  • Front and rear parking sensors

We Recommend

CARHP recommends the SV trim of the 2023 Nissan Rogue. Among all the four models, it delivers the best value for your money. Features almost equivalent to the SL trim, easily differentiate from the base S. Offers an upgraded 6-speaker audio system, with an option to go for the panoramic sunroof and roo frails. With lane departure and Adaptive Cruise Control, it possesses many impressive safety features.

Release Date 

Nissan is expected to launch this new generation of the Rogue in late 2022.

Engine and Performance

Nissan has discontinued its 2.5L I4. It is running the whole lineup of the Rogue with 1.5L Turbo I3 –upgraded in 2021. This engine pumps out 201 hp and which is more than the Toyota Corolla Cross. It is paired with the CVT transmission. The engine feels good, but its noise reaches the interior when driving the car at high speed. Every model offers a standard FWD drivetrain but also charges extra bucks for the AWD option. The hardcore turbo I3 feels quicker. The transmission response is identical to the previous versions of the Rogue. It punches harder with its comparatively more torque than the old generation. It completes 0-60 in 8.2 seconds 









Hyundai Santa Fe


Chevrolet Equinox


$ 28, 445

$ 30,885

$ 28,995

$ 27,695


1.5L Turbo I3

2.5L I4

2.5L I4

1.5L Turbo I4








8-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

6-speed automatic 

Horsepower (hp @ rpm)

201 hp @ 5600 rpm

191 hp @ 6100 rpm

191 hp @ 6100 rpm

170 hp @ 5600 rpm

Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

225 lb-ft @ 2800 rpm

181 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

181 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

203 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm

0-60 (seconds)

8.2 seconds

7.2 seconds

9.1 seconds

8.9 seconds

Quarter-mile (seconds)

23.7 seconds

17.3 seconds

16.6 seconds

26.8 seconds

Top speed 

116 mph

127 mph

131 mph

124 mph


In a decent price bracket, the new Rogue offers the combination of the best power and torque in the segment. The most expensive car catches speed faster than any other rival. The 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe offers the highest top speed, but it takes the highest amount of time to make 0-60. Despite having a 1.5L I4, the new Equinox generates less power than the Rogue. Running with the same engine, transmission, drivetrain, and power figures, the new Sorento makes 0-60 faster than the Santa Fe. Thanks to the highest top speed, the Santa Fe completes a quarter-mile faster than the Kia Sorento.

2023 Nissan Rogue Ride and Handling

The ride quality of the Rogue is smooth and comfortable. Despite having a decent-quality steering wheel, it still feels good and light in hand. It provides a perfect grip on the back. The width of the sterling wheel is not complaining, and it is convenient to hold. The Rogue feels punchy while taking the turn on the bumpy road but strangely it feels good. On the sport mode, it feels quicker. The more you accelerate, the more it pushes the driver back. Transmission response imitates its previous generation. Remote engine start-stop sometimes helps in easy convenience. The height-adjustable driver seat is really good and helps in better visibility. On the higher trims, the heating, ventilation, and massaging function works well and elevate the comfort of the driver and the rear seated passengers. Most of the modes are directly operated with the available touchscreen. The fully digital instrument cluster provides good visibility of the information of the car. Including sport and eco, it comes equipped with four different drive modes. It uses strut suspensions in the front and multi-link suspension in the rear.

2023 Nissan Rogue Braking Performance

Rogue brings a disc-brake system for all four wheels. It comes also equipped with many safety and driver-assistive features like rear automatic braking. It works when the speed of the car is less than 9 mph. If the obstacle is detected when the vehicle is backing up, it warns the driver by flashing the RAB indicator, and it chimes three times. The system then automatically applies to the brake — the driver must apply the brake pedals to maintain the brake pressure. The Rogue comes with front and rear parking sensors to help the driver in conjured parking situations. The intelligent brake assist helps prevent the car from colliding with vehicles in the front. It offers brake rotors of 11.7 inches for the front and 11.5 inches thick for the rear wheels.









Hyundai Santa Fe


Chevrolet Equinox


Brake rotors

(front) (in)

11.7 inches


12.8 inches


13.6 inches


11.8 inches


Brake Rotors 

(back) (in)

11.5 inches


12 inches


12 inches


11.3 inches

Curb weight


3463 lbs.

3794 lbs

3649 lbs

3274 lbs


60-0 (- ft.)

124 ft.


116 ft.


130 ft.


121 ft.

Despite having the highest curb weight and comparatively shorter brake rotors, the Sorento stops the car quicker than the Santa Fe. The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe carries the biggest brake rotors but it takes the longest distance to stop the car. The new Equinox steers with the least curb weight. The Rogue has comparatively larger brake rotors, but it takes a longer distance to come to a standstill.

Fuel Economy

With the only available 1.5L turbo I3, the Rogue manages different fuel economy and range figures. Running with a standard FWD drivetrain, the Rogue achieves the mileage figures of – 30 mpg in the city, 37 mpg on the highway, and 33 mpg combined. With a fuel capacity of 14.5 gallons, the vehicle secures the range of– 435 miles in the city, 535.6 miles on the highway, and 478.5 miles combined.

However the AWD models of the Rogue suck more fuel and it results in the mileage figures of – 28 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway, and 31 mpg combined. Delivers the range of – 406 moles in the city, 507.5 miles on the highway, and 449.5 miles combined.









Hyundai Santa Fe


Chevrolet Equinox

MPG (city)

30 mpg

24 mpg

25 mpg

26 mpg

MPG (highway)

37 mpg

29 mpg

28 mpg

31 mpg

MPG (combined)

33 mpg

26 mpg

26 mpg

28 mpg

Fuel Capacity (gallons)

14.5 gallons

17.7 gallons

18.8 gallons

14.9 gallons

Range (City, highways, combined in miles)

435/535.6/478.5 miles

428.4/513.3/460.2 miles

470/526.4/488.8 miles

387.4/461.9/417,2 miles

The new Rogue has the least fuel capacity, still, it offers the best mileage numbers in the segment. With low mileage, the new Santa Fe delivers the best range ( thanks to the highest fuel capacity). The 2023 Equinox performs comparatively well in the mileage but the Sorento leaps while managing the range.


The interior of the Rogue is inspired by the Altima Sedan of the Nissan. It shares the same component with Mitsubishi Outlander. A decent storage and cargo capacity helps in better convenience. The seats are comfortable to go on a long drive. Driver seats offer a standard height adjustability feature. The heating and massaging function in the premium trims makes the ride more soothing. Cloth seats are offered with the S, but the SV is furnished with upgraded faux-leather upholstery. The SL and the Platinum models carry genuine leather seats that anyone can differentiate the experience. The standard rear air vents are blessings, as most of the rivals are not equipped with. The suspensions are well tuned to adjust according to most of the circumstances. 

The engine noise enters the cabin when speeding the car at high speed or in sports mode. The rear feature of a Small SUV— triple-zone climate control appears on the SL and above trims. When the torque of the car punches back, the seats catch you with ease. The caramel-colored upholstery on the Platinum takes the car into the luxurious territory. The PRNDS gear knob saves space and ensures a good amount of armrests. Passenger space inside the cabin is the same as the previous generations of the Rogue, still better than various rivals.

It has a total passenger volume of 105.4 cu-ft. In the front row, it ensures the room – 41.1 inches for the head, 41.5 inches for the leg, and 57.1 inches for the shoulder. The second row is consist of – 43.3 inches for headroom, 33.5 inches for the legroom, and 37.8 inches for the shoulder.









Hyundai Santa Fe


Chevrolet Equinox

Passenger Capacity









First Row (Head/shoulder/legroom


41.1/57.1/41.5 inches


40.3/59.1/41.4 inches


41.2/59.1/44.1 inches


40/57.2/40.9 inches

Second Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)


43.3/37.8/33.5 inches


39.1/58.1/41.7 inches


39/58.3/41.7 inches


38.5/55.5/39.3 inches

Third Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)





36.8/53/29.6 inches







Cargo Capacity behind first row (cu.-ft)


74.1 cu.-ft


75.5 cu. ft


72.1 cu-ft


63.9 cu-ft

Cargo capacity behind the second row (cu,-ft)


36.5 cu.-ft


38.5 cu.-ft


36.4 cu-ft


29.9 cu-ft

Cargo capacity behind the third row (cu,-ft)




12.6 cu-ft





The new Sorento is the only 7-seater car in the comparison. Out of the total three 5- seater SUVs, the Rogue offers the most spacious cabin for the front and the rear seated passengers. It also felicitates the best in segment cargo carrying space behind the first and the second row. The room in the third row of the Sorento is merely lesser than that in the second row of the Equinox. The Chevrolet aligns the least cargo space behind the second row of its Equinox.

Highlights of the interior features include–

  • Four-way passenger seats with manual reclining
  • Six-way manually adjustable driver seats
  • Manual air conditioning
  • Driver footrest
  • Front cup holder
  • Full cloth headliner
  • Front map lights
  • Carpet floor trim
  • Cargo space lights
  • Rear cup holder
  • Centre Armrest for front and rear
  • Fully digital instrument cluster
  • Power door locks
  • 12V charging socket

How Intuitive is the 2023 Nissan Rogue Infotainment System? 

On the base S, the Nissan offers a standard 8-inch infotainment touchscreen. However, on the SL trim, you get a 9-inch screen as an option to upgrade. The touchscreen works pretty well. It has decent brightness that is good for high light conditions. The 4-speaker audio system of the S is not enjoyable., but the 6-speaker on the SV produces pleasant audio. The standard 10-speaker Bose premium audio on the Platinum ensures the proper balancing of highs, mids, and lows. The Infotainment system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, but you will have to pay extra to pair the iPhone Wirelessly. All the tasks, modes, and functions are easily accessible through the screen only. The advanced cruise controls do not work with proper accuracy. The voice controls work poorly and get easily confused.

Highlights of the Infotainment System-

  • Nissan Connect
  • SiriusXM satellite radio
  • 2 illuminated USB charging ports
  • Steering wheel controls
  • Roof-mounted antenna
  • Radio data system
  • Handsfree text messaging assistance

This year also, the Nissan has maintained the undisturbed look of the Rogue. The exterior of the new car looks quite outdated as many rivals offer an updated and nicer appearance. Nissan’s signature chrome panel across the front grille looks like a smiley face, and the centered mounted Nissan logo gives it the identity. The daytime running lights are separated from the headlight itself. The parking sensors are integrated into the front and rear ends of the car. Venting on either side looks pretty cool. The 17-inch on the S trims looks small, but the 18 and 19-inches alloys on the rest lineup furnish a great appearance. The chrome trims on the window panels elevate the aesthetic. The LED lights are pretty shiny and provide healthy visibility.

The usual models are available in 5 different exterior color options while the senior trims offer 12 different shades for the shopper to choose from. The Rogue has a wheelbase of 106.5 inches. Not counting the mirrors, it measures 72.4 inches wide. It is 183 inches long. From the ground to the roof, it is 66.5 inches high. It carries a minimum ground clearance of 7.8 inches.









Hyundai Santa Fe


Chevrolet Equinox

Curb Weight (lbs)


3463 lbs.


3794 lbs


3649 lbs


3274 lbs

Length (in.)

183 inches

189 inches

188.4 inches

183.1 inches

Width (in.)

72.4 inches

77.8 inches

74.8 inches

72.6 inches

Height (in.)

66.5 inches

66.7 inches

66.3 inches

65.4 inches

Ground Clearance (in.)

7.8 inches

6.9 inches

8.2 inches

7.6 inches

Wheelbase (in.)

106.5 inches

110.8 inches

108.9 inches

104.3 inches

Being a seven-seater SUV, the Sorento drives with the longest wheelbase. It is also the longest car in the segment. The new Santa Fe merely fails in the length and wheelbase when compared to the 2023 Sorento. With a slightly longer wheelbase, the Rogue matches the rest of the dimensions with the new Equinox. Kia Sorento has the shortest ground clearance among all four. Equinox has the shortest wheelbase.

More exterior features include-

  • Steel spare wheels
  • Clearcoat paints
  • Black rear bumper
  • Chrome side window trims
  • Speed-sensitive variable intermittent wipers
  • Lip spoiler
  • Automatic high beams
  • Black bodyside cladding

New Rogue has scored 4-star overall safety ratings from the NHTSA. Its AWD models have scored overall 5-star safety ratings. It scored 4-star ratings in frontal and rollover crash tests. Nissan’s ProPilot system is an option on the SL trim and standard on the Platinum.

Other safety features include–

  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Traction Control
  • Collision mitigation Front and Rear
  • Front Parking Sensor
  • Rear Parking Sensor
  • Tire pressure monitoring system
  • Rear Child safety locks
  • Airbag occupancy sensor
  • Side impact beams 
  • Blindspot warning
  • Emergency braking system
  • Dual stage driver and passenger airbags

2023 Nissan Rogue vs. 2023 Kia Sorento

With a little higher price, Sorento provides the capacity to accommodate 7 people. The new Rogue is good at mileage figures and it also carries more power and torque. The Sorento has a comparatively more refined interior and exterior. The Rogue offers lesser curb weight that helps in faster acceleration. The longer wheelbase of the Sorento offers better handling. With more top speed, the Sorento steers faster than the Rogue. The Rogue is offered many impressive features that the Sorento lacks.

2023 Nissan Rogue vs. 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe

With the same price, the new Santa Fe is also a good option to elect. It felicitates a more roomy interior. The 2023 Rogue catches 0-60 faster. Due to bigger brake rotors, the new Santa Fe stops the car faster. Santa Fe provides a roomy cabin, but the Rogue has a more refreshed center console. The Hyundai Santa Fe brings a longer wheelbase and ground clearance with it. The Rogue achieves better mileage and range figures. The Santa Fe has more top speed to steer faster. Both options are good to go.

2023 Nissan Rogue vs. 2023 Chevrolet Equinox

With $1000 less, the Equinox offers a 1.5L turbo I4, which makes lesser power and torque than the same 1.5L turbo I3 on the Rogue. Both vehicles carry almost identical exterior dimensions. With the least curb weight in the segment, the Equinox offers sluggish acceleration. The new Rogue takes a longer distance to stop the car. The steering wheel and the whole dashboard of the Equinox feel dull and outdated. The Rogue offers a better and easy-to-use infotainment system. Considering all the perspectives in mind, the 2023 Nissan Rogue seems a good deal for the shopper looking for it.

Final Verdict

The 2023 Nissan Rogue seems a way better option than most of the direct rivals of the segment. It offers a good value for your money by providing impressive features like various driver-assistive aids and modes that help and improve the ride quality. The comfortable seats offer a good number of adjustments. A simple and sober dashboard feels more aesthetic. Various standard safety features promote a healthy environment inside the cabin. The turbocharged engine feels powerful while driving the car, though the noise comes into the cabin.


vehicle bio
base price


body style

dr SUV

engine type
horse power

1000 hp


225 lb.-ft. @ 2800 rpm


Continuously Variable Transmission

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy

30/37/35 mpg

Nissan Rogue 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $46,205
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$1,826$1,489$1,125$654$274$5,368
Taxes and Fees$2,424$142$217$141$184$3,108
Total Cost-To-Own$15,419$7,223$6,894$8,387$8,282$46,205
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