This is due to a $660 price increase across the board
The Rogue will receive a few additional features and a new Midnight package
This model has already reached dealer showrooms across the US
Nissan released the specifications and the pricing information for the 2023 Rogue in the United States.
The Rogue is the automaker’s best-selling vehicle in the US and it is expected to do even better in 2023 due to the slightly smaller Rogue Sport being discontinued.
For the new model year, the Rogue remains mostly unchanged apart from a few packages and features.
This was to be expected since the Rogue was entirely renewed in 2021 and it received a completely new engine in 2022.
Thus, the 2023 version keeps the same overall style as the 2022 model and it continues to be powered by the 1,5L VC-Turbo 3-cylinder engine it introduced last year.
This powertrain is unusual due to its variable compression design that is said to improve output and fuel economy. For 2023, the Rogue keeps the same specifications, with 201 horsepower and 225 lb-ft of torque. Its fuel consumption should remain the same as well, with official EPA figures of up to 33 MPG combined (7,1 L/100 km).
All of the four trim levels come standard in front-wheel drive form, but all-wheel drive can be ordered on any Rogue for an extra $1,500.
The pricing structure for the Rogue in the US remains unchanged with the exception of an additional $660 for every trim level.
This means that the entry-level S FWD will now start at $27,360 and the top-of-the-line Platinum AWD will start at $38,640.
The biggest change for 2023 is the addition of the Midnight Package to the SL trim level which brings black 18-inch alloy wheels, a number of gloss-black exterior accents including the grille, and black leatherette upholstery on the inside.
In addition, the Platinum trim level and the SL Premium package add the Amazon Alexa integration in order to allow drivers to make calls, play music, and control connected home devices via voice commands.
All of the other comfort, convenience and safety features offered last year are still present in the 2023 version of the Nissan Rogue, which is already available across the United States.
The automaker has yet to announce Canadian prices for this model, but they should see a similar increase.