2014 Nissan Rogue Values
Select a 2014 Nissan Rogue trim level
2014 model year changes
After its introduction in 2008, the Nissan Rogue went on to become Nissan's second best-selling vehicle. For 2014, it receives its first major redesign. The Rogue is all new inside and out, with updated styling and more interior space. Though the new Rogue is not really any bigger than the outgoing model, the wheelbase is longer and the vehicle is taller while the front overhang has gotten shorter. Styling is modern confident and sleek, while the interior has been updated and now features plenty of features; much of it advanced technology that has been steadily trickling down from luxury cars.
Affordable; high-tech features; optional third row seating; available all-wheel drive
Special features for 2014
The Nissan Rogue is a small SUV/Crossover, offering a more car-like driving experience than the more hard-core Nissan Xterra. This puts the Rogue in direct competition with vehicles like the Toyota Rav4 and the Honda CR-V, two vehicles with several generations and years of success under their belts. In order to remain competitive, Nissan has endowed the Rogue with a bevy of features and some very reasonable base prices. The Rogue starts at just under $22,500, while even the top trim model with all-wheel drive can be had for under $30,000. With available three row seating, the Rogue is possibly one of the most versatile vehicles available at such a low price.