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Nissan Rogue

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You can find 77 different trims/engines for the Nissan Rogue and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2008 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Nissan Rogue to a compact crossover SUV launched in 2007 for sale in 2008. It was twinned with the X-Trail (sold outside the USA) and is currently Nissan's best-selling vehicle in Northern America.

Manufactured at the Nissan Smyrna Assembly Plant, Tennessee predominantly, the first generation was showcased at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on the 7th January 2007.

It completely replaced the X-Trail in Canada and was available in three trims, S, SV and SL with standard features across the range including 4 speakers, an axillary port, keyless entry, power windows and air conditioning.

Optional extras featured the Nissan safety 360 package, chrome grilles and rear privacy glass. ‘Consumers Digest Automotive’ awarded the Rogue the title of ‘best buy’. The Garmin navigation system caused many vehicles to be recalled (the Rogue was one of these) due to overheating; and later, more Rogues were flagged as having improper electrical power steering fitted, this caused some of the SUVs to lose power and cause accidents.

The second-generation (2013) added an extra row of seating which was dropped in 2018 due to poor reception and to gain back lost space.

2020 saw the Rogue built on a brand new platform with a radical change to the aesthetics. This third-generation was much boxier and squared off than its predecessors. Nissan also scrapped the engines used in previous models in favor of the brand new direct-injected PR2 5DD engine paired with a CVT.