Differences between the 2017 Nissan Rogue trim levels
The Nissan Rogue is a very popular crossover, so it’s no wonder that people are curious about the available trim levels. There are three in all starting with the base model S and going up from there with the SV and the SL. Let us help you determine which one is right for you as we explain the major differences between the 2017 Nissan Rogue trim levels.
Rogue S Features
The S is the base model, and even though it is entry priced at $24,420, it still includes a ton of wonderful standard features. The S base trim is definitely a great start for this amazing Nissan crossover.
- Rearview Monitor
- Forward Emergency Braking
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- LED Daytime Running Lights
- Blind Spot Warning
- Drive-Assist Display
- Rear Spoiler
- And More!
Rogue SV Features
The SV is the middle trim but it is only slightly more expensive than the SV at an MSRP of $25,640, making it a very common selection. Learn about some of the SV additions by looking at the list below.
- Proximity Key
- Remote Engine Start
- 6-way Power Adjustable Driver’s Seat
- Automatic Headlights
- Roof Rails
- Heated Outside Mirrors
- 17-inch Alloy Wheels
- And More!
Rogue SL Features
The SL is the top trim, and it adds luxury for a very reasonable price. The SL carries an MSRP of just $30,360. That’s a bargain considering what you get. Take a look at the feature highlights below.
- Leather Seats
- SiriusXM Satellite Radio
- Around View Monitor
- Motion Activated Liftgate
- High-Beam Assist Headlights
- 18-Inch Alloy Wheels
- And More!
Which Rogue trims have all-wheel drive?
If you were looking for an all-wheel drive model, then you are in luck as all the Rogue trim levels can be equipped with all-wheel drive. For the 2017 Rogue, AWD is a low cost option that adds just $1,350 to the MSRP.
Engine and fuel efficiency
You may have noticed that we didn’t talk about performance specs or fuel efficiency for any of these trims, and that’s because in those departments they are all the same. The standard 2.5-liter Rogue engine produces 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque.
When it comes to efficiency, the front-wheel drive versions all get 33 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in the city. If you upgrade to all-wheel drive, then the fuel economy drops only slightly for 32 mpg on the highway and 25 mpg in the city.
What is the Midnight Edition?
The Midnight Edition is a special trim that is actually based on the SV trim level. It’s a little more expensive with a starting MSRP of $26,630, but it adds blacked out features such as black 17-inch alloy wheels, black outside mirrors, black roof rails, and more. The Midnight Edition is only available in select colors.
Is there a hybrid Nissan Rogue?
There is actually two hybrid Nissan Rogue models starting with the SV Hybrid and the SL Hybrid. Though these are entirely different models, they do inherit a vast majority of their features from the SV and SL trims respectively. The hybrid models are only available in select regions.
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