New 2023 Nissan Rogue ( Overview ). HIGHS
– Square-jawed looks, compliant suspension tuning, up-to-date tech features.
– Mundane driving dynamics, warranty package is fairly basic, Platinum pricing is dangerously close to Infiniti territory.
– On paper, the Rogue has the goods to win against crossover rivals, but on the road, its bland handling is a disappointment.
The latest Nissan Rogue is the best version of itself yet. It’s practical, fuel-efficient and big on standard features and driver aids. It’s a solid all-rounder. But compared to other small SUVs, the Rogue has more cabin noise, a less refined ride and an increasingly dated infotainment system.
Lots of features for the money
Comfortable front seats
Large and versatile cargo area
Advanced driver aids are intuitive and easy to use
Elevated wind and road noise at highway speeds
Smaller back seat than some competitors
Transmission can be slow to respond when you need quick power
– What’s new
New Midnight Edition package for Rogue SV
Amazon Alexa compatibility arrives for SL and Platinum trim
Part of the third Rogue generation introduced for 2021
The Nissan Rogue is not only Nissan’s most popular vehicle, but it’s also one of the compact SUV segment’s hottest crossovers. It’s no mystery why the Rogue is flying off dealer lots. Redesigned just two years ago, the new(ish) Rogue is far more desirable than its rather milquetoast predecessor. The exterior features much more stylish sheetmetal than before, and the handsome interior provides high-tech additions that include a full digital instrument panel, wireless Apple CarPlay, and the ProPilot Assist suite of advanced driving aids.