Nissan Rogue VIN Lookup

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Latest Generation


The 2021 redesign marked a significant upgrade with a 181-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a CVT. This generation saw improvements in interior space and material quality, although the third-row seat option was removed. The Rogue became more solid and substantial with a composed ride and responsive handling. The Platinum trim introduced luxury features, and standard safety systems included advanced driver assist features. The 2024 Rogue is known for its roominess and user-friendliness. It features a new 201-hp, 1.5-liter turbo three-cylinder engine, more responsive than its predecessor, with some vibration at idle. The AWD version achieves 25 mpg overall. The Rogue feels solid and substantial, offering a composed ride and nimble handling. Its interior is generous in space and the controls are simple to use, though the electronic gear selector might require some getting used to. The Platinum trim adds upscale elements like quilted leather seats and an upgraded infotainment system. Standard safety features include AEB with pedestrian detection and blind-spot warning.

Previous Generation


The 2014 redesign transformed the Rogue into a bigger, better, quieter, and more refined vehicle with a better ride than most small SUVs. An optional tiny third-row seat and a standard backup camera were new additions. The SV trim with the Premium package included various advanced safety features. The 2018 update brought standard forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.


The first-generation Rogue, derived from the Sentra sedan, offered a compact size with limited cargo capacity. Its sleek styling restricted rear visibility, making a rear-view camera a desirable feature. It was powered by a 170-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that averaged 22 mpg, paired with a well-functioning CVT. The Rogue's ride was supple, and handling was fairly nimble. It included keyless entry and a unique cargo organizer, but some controls, particularly the climate controls, were inconveniently placed.