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New Nissan Rogue On The Way With More Power

An all-new Nissan Rogue is expected in showrooms as early as this fall.

  • The Rogue is Nissan’s best-seller by quite a margin.

  • The Rogue is in the Top 5 best-selling SUVs in Canada.

  • Current Rogue dates back to 2013.


And by the best-selling Nissan product, we do mean that it holds this title and by a nearly unfathomable margin. In fact, in 2019 in Canada, more Nissan Rogue SUVs were sold than all Nissan cars and Infiniti vehicles combined. A failed Nissan Rogue or a considerable drop in sales can be catastrophic.

We expect that the next-generation Nissan Rogue will maintain the current compact SUV’s overall dimensions but gain a little more attitude design-wise. We suspect the all-new for 2018 Nissan Altima will serve as inspiration. In fact, it’s altogether likely that the new Rogue will inherit the Altima’s 2.5-litre 4-cylinder engine’s tune, to the tune of 188-horsepower from the 170 now available. Without a doubt, AWD will remain an option.

As for production, preparations have been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The assembly line was to begin churning out new Rogues in May however that will be delayed until late summer.

Nissan Motor Co. said in a statement Monday: “At this time, our new model launch programs for the U.S. are on track. The all-new Nissan Rogue will be in U.S. showrooms this fall.”

Let’s hope that the COVID-19 outbreak goes away quickly in order for business to get back to normal, for everyone.

2019 Nissan Rogue
2019 Nissan Rogue | Photo: Nissan

2018 Nissan Rogue

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Is 183000 km a lot for a nissan rogue, I am thinking of buying one second hand, but not sure if it is worth it. They are asking 4500.00

    • Always have any pre-owned vehicle inspected. It’s hard to give you an accurate take because with that amount of mileage, there are a lot of variables that go into play. But the Rogue is generally reliable and if it’s been well maintained, you shouldn’t have any problems.

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