But don't worry, Nissan isn't going Rogue.
The Rogue is Nissan's best selling vehicle across its lineup as well as one of the top ten best-selling cars in the US last year. The 2020 model year of the compact family SUV gets Nissan's Safety Shield 360 system as standard equipment on the top of the line SL model and optional on the SV trim with features include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, rear automatic braking, and blind-spot monitoring.
The Rogue is also one of the few Nissan models to currently run the ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous safety feature, available for 2020 models as standard on Rogue SL and optional on SV models. And now, Nissan has revealed the pricing for the 2020 Rogue.
The increase across the board is far from dramatic. Front-wheel and all-wheel drive S and SV trims are getting a $180 price bump, while the SL trim jumps up just $100. That means $25,200 is the starting price for the base front-wheel-drive S models, $26,620 gets you into the SV trim, and getting into an SL model will start at $31,590. All-wheel-drive adds $1,350 to the starting price, bringing the S trim to $26,550, the SV to $27,970, and the SL model up to $32,940.
All 2020 Rogue models come with Nissan's 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine rated at 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque and mated to the Xtronic transmission with Sport Mode and Eco modes. Fuel economy is rated at 26 mpg city, 33 mpg highway and 29 mpg combined for front-wheel-drive models, while all-wheel-drive comes in at 25 mpg city, 32 mpg highway and 27 mpg combined.
Nissan is still clearly getting as much practicality as possible into the Rogue for family use and pushing safety hard. The 2020 Rogue also has Nissan's Divide-N-Hide cargo as standard as well as Rear Door Alert to remind people up front if they may have left valuables, dry cleaning, groceries, or small family members on the back seats.