2022 Nissan Rogue in Wellesley

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2022 Nissan Rogue

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You think it, Rogue does it.

Everybody loves the Nissan Rogue, which explains its many years of well-earned popularity. This stalwart crossover combines all of the attributes that the majority of today’s drivers are looking for: reliability, great looks, build quality, ample interior space, and extensive standard equipment. It’s also filled with state-of-the-art technology for safer driving and easy communication. Nissan has made more improvements for model year 2022 even though it just redesigned the Rogue for 2021. The main benefit is a stronger and more efficient powertrain, which returns as much as 3 miles per gallon more than the previous. Read on for all of the details of the 2022 Nissan Rogue.

Up to





@ 5,600 rpm

Cargo Space

74.1 cu ft

of rear cargo*

The Basics

The S, SV, SL, and Platinum are the four trim levels for the ’22 Rogue. As mentioned, they’re spiffed up under the hood with a new turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder (201 hp and 225 lb.-ft. of torque) and continuously variable transmission (CVT), bringing more power and better fuel economy. Front-wheel drive is the default, but all-wheel drive is a very popular option, especially in the Northeast. With FWD, the two lower trims (S and SV) are rated by the EPA to achieve 30 mpg around town and 37 mpg on the highway; this changes to 28 city/35 highway with AWD. The two higher trims, SL and Platinum, both get 29 city/36 highway with FWD and 28 city/34 highway with AWD.

Standard Features and Options

Nissan generously packs the S with some upscale standard equipment, starting with automatic LED headlights and the Safety Shield 360 suite of driver-assist technologies (more on that later). It also gets push-button start, keyless entry, rear privacy glass, a 12-volt DC power outlet, two USB ports (one Type-A and one Type-C), and a rear seatback that splits 60/40. They sweeten the SV with heated exterior mirrors with remote start, integrated turn-signal indicators, Nissan Intelligent Key (this feature lets you unlock the vehicle without the key fob in your hand), a power driver’s seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, a second 12V power outlet, and additional USB-A and USB-C ports. Those who get the SV Premium Package will also receive a power liftgate, imitation leather seats (heated in the front row), a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, rooftop rails, a moonroof, and rear window sunshades.

The SL has the roof rails, moonroof, heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, and heated front seats, but the liftgate is enhanced with hands-free operation. Its other features include genuine leather seats, a power front passenger’s seat, a third zone for the automatic climate control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, position memory for the exterior mirrors and driver’s seat, reverse gear tilt-down exterior mirrors, and an organizer for the cargo area. The rear sunshades are part of the optional SL Premium Package, which mostly contains tech upgrades for driver assistance and infotainment. The top-of-the-line Platinum has standard rear sunshades plus a digital gauge cluster, wireless phone charging, ambient interior lighting, quilted leather seats, and heated and remote-folding rear seats; a head-up display is available as a stand-alone option.

Advanced Safety Systems

Part of the reason for the Rogue’s ongoing popularity is the inclusion of Nissan Safety Shield 360, a groundbreaking collection of driver-assist technologies. The version that comes in the S trim has automatic high beams, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, intelligent forward collision warning, lane departure warning, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, rear parking sensors, reverse automatic braking, and driver attention warning. The SV ramps up the tech factor with intelligent lane intervention, and intelligent blind-spot intervention, and ProPilot Assist, an advanced adaptive cruise control system with steering assist. The SL has the Intelligent Around-View monitor, but buyers can add the SL Premium Package for traffic sign recognition, front and side parking sensors, and the exciting ProPilot Assist with Navi-link, which uses sophisticated road-mapping software that allows a degree of hands-free driving. The fully loaded Platinum gets all of that standard.

Staying Connected

The S gets a fine infotainment system that can be operated using the 8-inch touchscreen or voice recognition. Phone use is hassle-free with standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth. For entertainment, there’s a sound system with four speakers and SiriusXM satellite radio. The SV and SL are boosted with a Wi-Fi hotspot and an additional pair of speakers, but the SL buyers can get the Premium Package for a 9-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay, integrated navigation, a Bose sound system, and enhanced SiriusXM features. The Platinum receives all of that as standard equipment.


All prices are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes destination and handling charges, tax, title, license, and options. Dealer sets actual price.

2022 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.

Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure cargo.