2024 Nissan Rogue


MSRP* $28,850 - $40,630
Invoice* Information not available


City 28 - 30 Hwy 34 - 37

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2024 Nissan Rogue Overview

Nissan is refreshing its award-winning Rogue compact SUV for the 2024 model year with an updated face and overhauled infotainment system. A first for the brand, the new Rogue uses the Google Built-In interface.

Facelift, Inside and Out
Outside, the new model wears an updated version of Nissan’s V-Motion grille along with redesigned taillights and badging. The SV trim also gets a new 18-inch alloy wheel design, and the Platinum variant adds gloss-black exterior trim and a new 19-inch wheel design.

Inside, the cabin gets refreshed with new colors, textures and trim for the door panels, seats, center console and passenger-side dashboard, plus newly available Chestnut brown leather upholstery. New standard features for the SL include a wireless device charging pad, 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.


One of the highlights of the model-year 2023 Rogue is its easy touchscreen infotainment system, with its large knobs, responsive screen and clear menu structure. For 2024, the Rogue gets a clean-sheet redesign, with Google taking over the operating system on the uplevel SL and Platinum trims. The system uses a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen, and Nissan says it allows for seamless connection to a user’s Google account without pairing or plugging in a phone. When signed in, users can automatically access things like addresses or points of interest saved on Google Maps, as well as connect to Google Play and talk to the Google Assistant to navigate to their next destination, listen to music, or call or text a contact.

Other automakers, such as GM and Acura, are also adding the Google Built-In interface on their vehicles, but with mixed results. For example, we found the system glitchy in the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado. However, Nissan says users will still be able to access the familiar Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems via a wired connection on S and SV trims and wirelessly on the SL and Platinum. And not everyone gets access to the new Google system: The S and SV trims use a standard 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is a bit smaller than the 2023’s standard 9-inch screen.

How you will connect your phone also changes for 2024. The Rogue is the first Nissan in the U.S. to exclusively feature USB-C ports, with two front USB-C ports standard on the base S trim; SV and higher trims add two charge-only ports on the rear of the center console.

Also on the tech front for the 2024 model, SL and Platinum variants get access to the Amazon Alexa system, which gives users access to music, audiobooks and connected smart home devices via voice command.

Lastly, Nissan upped the free trial for its NissanConnect Services; it’s now free for three years instead of six months. The telematics system is standard on SV and higher trims and gives users access to remote door lock and unlock, remote engine stop-start, vehicle health report and emergency calling functions via an app.

Carryover Powertrain
The 2024 Rogue will again be available in S, SV, SL and Platinum trims. The sole powertrain from the 2023 model carries over: a 201-horsepower, turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission. All trims are again available with front- or all-wheel drive.

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