2011 Nissan Rogue Gets Mild Updates
The compact crossover segment is a crowded one, but Nissan had a winner with the Rogue and its $20,000 price tag when it debuted a few years ago. Now, Hyundai and Kia are fielding new, affordable redesigns. To keep up with the competition, Nissan has tweaked the Rogue for 2011 with a revised exterior and new trim levels and equipment offerings.
Less has been changed inside; however, there is a new optional navigation system that is integrated into the dashboard. The current model featured a third-party add-on that stuck out from the top of the dash. USB iPod integration is also standard.
Transmissions and engines remain unchanged. Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is optional on all models.
Shoppers will be offered three trim levels: base S, SV and S Krom Edition. We detail the three below using Nissan’s provided materials for time-saving’s sake, as well as more photos. We’ll have pricing info before the 2011 Rogue goes on sale Aug. 13.