2021 Nissan Rogue prices are pretty attractive for a new compact SUV

Nissan didn’t mess with success here.


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The 2021 Nissan Rogue is set to hit dealers in the next few weeks, but crossover SUV shoppers won’t find a significantly higher price if they’re looking at the redesigned model. In fact, Nissan’s best-selling model costs only $160 more despite the redesign.

The automaker on Monday shared full prices and options for the 2021 Rogue just as we were able to share with you what the new SUV is like in our in-depth review. Those just looking to go home with the cheapest Rogue, an S trim, will find a $27,745 starting price, which is a very minimal increase from last year. The $1,095 destination charge also doesn’t change. And if you want all-wheel drive, it’s available on every single trim level for an extra $1,400.

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