For 2018, the Nissan Rogue comes in one of three trim levels (and one Limited Edition). These are
S- which starts at $23,820 MSRP and features a RearView Monitor
SV- which starts at $25,240 MSRP, adding features like Blind Spot Warning
SL- which starts at $29,960 MSRP and adds features like leather seats and a motion-activated liftgate
Rogue One Limited Edition- which is based on the new Star Wars film with a starting price of $28,950 MSRP
Versatile Cargo Spaces
Part of the appeal of owning an SUV is the versatility it provides on the inside. In the 2018 Nissan Rogue, you can fold all rear seats flat for a huge 70 total cubic feet of space. If you need space for more people, though, you can simply leave the second–row seats up for a total of 39.3 cubic feet of cargo room. However, what if you are bringing along something that is 8 feet long? Simply fold the passenger side seats in the front and rear, and that 8-foot item will fit with ease.
Power that Performs
Each 2018 Nissan Rogue is powered by the same kind of engine: a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which features Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control to deliver an economic drive while still offering 170 hp. This performance can be enhanced or pulled back for more economy using the dash-mounted Eco button, but either way, the engine is connected to the advanced Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission.