The crossover went through a facelift process, so there is no surprise that the sales dropped in 2022. The 2024 YM is updated and the current Rogue will carry over the offer through the 2025 season. After that, we can expect a new generation with more changes and advancements. The 2025 Nissan Rogue will be pretty much the same as the current version, although the company might experiment with the last model of the third generation.
Although released in 2020, the third generation was somehow boring right from the start. With a more attractive grille, the 2025 Nissan Rogue will definitely draw more attention. Inside is a huge 12.3-inch screen, although a 9-inch display looked pretty big in the compact crossover. Nissan launched a new infotainment system based on Google services. This move could make them leaders in this realm.
Unfortunately, the crossover is not going to offer a hybrid configuration. Still, you can save a lot of fuel with an updated I3 unit, which returns 35 mpg.
Powertrains and Specs
Under the hood of the 2025 Nissan Rogue will be a 1.5-liter inline-three plant with 201 horsepower, thanks to a turbocharger. A CVT and FWD are standard. You can pick an all-wheel drive. The engine replaced a 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit and it is immediately making an impact. The acceleration is crispier and the new Rogue needs 0.5 seconds less to speed up to 60 mph.
Drivers are also praising maneuvering and cornering performance. The crossover is rated 30/37 mpg. The highway return is not bad at all. Still, the main rivals are already in a 40 mpg realm (such as Toyota Rav4), but thanks to hybrid units. Such a system didn’t return to the Rogue after the discontinuation in 2020. The Japanese company is keener on a completely electric powertrain based on the Ariya concept.
Which 2025 Nissan Rogue is the Best?
The crossover is redesigned, and features across trim levels are updated, but there are no new packages for the 2024 YM. Our sources say that the company saved something for the 2025 Nissan Rogue, and that could be a Midnight edition or some similar new trim. The S is an entry-level version with alloy wheels, cloth upholstery and a new infotainment system. The SV adds larger wheels, more multimedia and convenience options, and extra USB ports for rear seats. Advanced safety systems will be added, such as adaptive cruise control and lane switch alarm.
The SL is a pretty cool upgrade. We expect leather seats, a panoramic sunroof, a large touchscreen, a wireless charger, navigation, heated and cooled seats to debut there, as well as a few other options that were available for the Platinum edition. This one still tops the lineup with the most advanced features Nissan is offering.
2025 Nissan Rogue Price – Higher than Ever
New 2024 and 2025 models will surprise fans with their pricing. We expect an increase after the facelift. Nissan could break $30,000 for the base version. The SV is a valuable package since it adds a lot for $2,000, while the SL is more expensive but brings a lot of premium options. Even the Platinum is not too costly if we compare the features to other crossover and their high-end options.