When the all-new Nissan Rogue debuted for the 2014 model year, it arrived to plenty of fanfare. Not only did it look better than its first generation, but it also better fit the design scheme of Nissan. The first-generation Rogue was a significant contrast to the other models on Nissan lots. On top of its good looks, it also arrived with the lowest base price in its segment, according to Nissan’s data.
Despite its hot-selling status, the Rogue will continue on with the lowest price in its segment, as the 2015 model will start at just $22,970 plus an $860 delivery fee for the S FWD model. On top of maintaining its low base price, the 2015 rogue also receives a few enhancements. These extra goodies include a new Eco mode for the Xtronic transmission to help reduce fuel consumption, heated cloth seats in the SV Premium Package, and a new Arctic Blue Metallic exterior color.
The 2015 Rogue’s pricing is rounded out by five additional variants, including the SV FWD at $24,490; the SL FWD at $28,280; the S AWD at $24,140; the SV AWD at $25,840; and the range-topping SL AWD at $29,630. These prices do not include the aforementioned $860 delivery fee.
Sure, the changes on the 2015 Rogue are very mild, but when you have a model that broke multiple monthly sales records the previous year, it is wise not to change too much. These select changes only add to the desirability of the small crossover and we should see sales of the Rogue continue to impress.