The Nissan Rogue is one of the most popular crossover SUVs on the market, boasting a pleasing exterior styling with a comfortable and impressively quiet interior, and a 170 horsepower 4 cylinder CVT that makes this SUV feel zippy and responsive. If you have been interested in the Nissan Rogue then this question may have popped in your head, “Which trim level is the right one for me?” Today we’ll go over the Rogue’s different trim levels and make sure you have all the knowledge you’ll need to make the decision on which Rogue is right for you.
The S is the base trim level of the 2020 Nissan Rogue line-up. However, this doesn’t mean that it’s lacking in features. The first thing you’ll notice on the S is remote keyless entry, meaning you don’t have to fumble around looking for your key in your pockets or bag, you can just open up the door and sit down. Once you’re inside the S you’ll be greeted with a six-way manual driver’s seat for yourself and a four-way manual front passenger’s seat for whoever you have riding up front. If you’re driving around the family or friends you’ll be pleased to know that the S has Nissan’s EZ Flex seating system with second-row split folding/sliding/reclining seats with pass-through for comfortability and ease of access. Many great safety features such as intelligent lane intervention, blind spot warnings, and rear cross traffic alert and rear view monitor come standard to make sure you have the safest experience possible. You can also choose between front-wheel and all-wheel drive. Starting at $25,200 the S is a great value option for the Rogue.
The next trim is the SV. You’ll find all of the great performance and luxury features that were on the S, plus some extra additions that make the SV great. Convenience features such as a motion activated liftgate, Quick Comfort heated front seats, dual-zone automatic temperature control and an eight-way power driver’s seat with two-way lumbar support make the SV feel like a more complete package. You again get the choice of either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and have the same 170 horsepower 4-cylinder engine that is featured on all the trim levels. Starting at $26,620 the SV gives you plenty of value for your money.
The ultimate trim level is the SL. Having all the fantastic features of the previous two trims, plus many features that push the Rogue into a different level of performance and luxury, the SL is the Rogue at its best. Instead of the 17-inch wheels the previous two trims roll on, the SL stands proud on 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Bose Premium Audio System with nine speakers, NissanConnect Services powered by SiriusXM, and HomeLink Universal Transceiver add an extra level of convenience that really makes the SL feel like the complete package. You still get the option of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and you get the same engine as the previous trims. Starting at $31,590 the SL, the extra features definitely warrant the price.
Come on down to Briggs Nissan and give the Rogue a test drive, that way you can see for yourself why the Rogue is the best selling Nissan vehicle.