- The carryover 2014 Nissan Rogue Select, an entry-level model that slots below the redesigned 2014 Nissan Rogue, starts at $20,850.
- The uplevel 2014 Nissan Rogue Select with all-wheel drive starts at $22,200.
- The Nissan Rogue Select is on sale now.
The uplevel 2014 Nissan Rogue Select with all-wheel drive starts at $22,200, including shipping.
The Nissan Rogue Select is on sale now.
When Nissan announced last year that it would offer two versions of the Rogue — the current-generation version and the redesigned version — it promised that the Rogue Select would have a base MSRP of less than $20,000. But it stopped short of announcing formal pricing. That pricing was recently posted on Nissan's vehicle configurator.
In comparison, the redesigned 2014 Rogue starts at $23,350, including shipping.
The automaker said, "There is an opening for a low-cost, high-content offering, which is a gap that the Rogue Select will fill."
The Rogue Select is built in Kyushu, Japan, while the 2014 Rogue is built in Smyrna, Tennessee.
Edmunds says: The Rogue Select slots in at around $20,000, a critical price point for many car shoppers.