2022 Nissan Rogue Models
The four 2022 Nissan Rogue models have rolled in sporting family-oriented, safety, and comfort features. This series has quite a large price range starting at a modest $28,998 and up to $42,000. So which of the trims hit the ideal "features-to-price" balance?
The 2022 Nissan Rogue models series has strong trims all the way through. Even the basic Rogue S model has all the essential safety features you could ever need. After that, it’s all about bigger budgets and more perks. Let’s compare each model.
Don’t let the low price tag fool you. The $28,998 Rogue S trim already comes with neat perks like LED daytime-running, intelligent headlights, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, and 17” aluminum-alloy wheels.
This model doesn’t disappoint tech-wise, either. Starting with its 8” touchscreen, the Rogue S also has a USB-C port, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.
Lastly, this model keeps the family safe with two main features: First, the Rear Door Alert, which reminds the driver to check the back of the vehicle after getting to your destination. Second, the Nissan Safety Shield, which includes automatic emergency brake and rear cross-traffic warning.
Alright, so take the previous model and add the following: 18" aluminum-alloy wheels, Panoramic Moonroof, ProPILOT Assist, Lane Intervention, Blind Spot Intervention, and push ignition. Add an Intelligent Around View Monitor and a Wi-Fi Hotspot for final touches.
That’s the Rogue SV. Sounds great, right? The only catch is that you also have to add $7,000 to the price tag, quite a hike: $35,598. But is it worth it? Keep reading to hear our take on this.
At $39,998, the SL trim is slightly better adapted for driving the whole family around in frostier climates. The heated rear seats, Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, and LED fog lights will keep your kids warm and safe, no matter the weather.
Aside from that, the SL also has a Motion Activated Liftgate and Divide-N-Hide Cargo System: ready for vacation and grocery trips.
With a price tag of $41,998, what sets the Platinum trim apart? If you ask us, neat tricks and not much else.
Aside from the Head-up Display and the Nissan Door-to-Door Navigation system, it’s mostly aesthetic: ambient LED lighting, wireless charger, digital dashboard, remote folding rear seats, and a 10-speaker, dual woofer Bose Premium Audio System.
If you’re looking for a music production studio on wheels, this is it.
For a model series that strides towards versatility and practical utility, all the 2022 Nissan Rogue trims have a pretty consistent set of features. The Platinum model's ambient LED lighting, and Bose Audio System may interest you if you prefer convenience and style. Yet, the Rogue S, the most basic trim, is already a robust, well-rounded model. While the Platinum trim does have several additional esthetic features, we are not sure it justifies its staggering $10,000 price jump. Instead, we recommend going for the balanced SV model. That way, you end up with safety features that truly make a difference and not just esthetic perks.