Affordability and availability are the 2020 Nissan Rogue’s most endearing qualities, and we reward those virtues here.
The Rogue lacks the panache and polish of some of its rivals, but its low starting price of $26,245 has an appeal all its own. Paired with Nissan’s generous incentives and sales efforts, more shoppers may consider a 2020 Rogue.
Those shoppers could do worse. Every Rogue gets life-saving safety tech that we cover above, a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and power features. Those are good features among small crossovers for Rogue’s starting price, $26,245, but we doubt many people will be asked to pay that much. On our feature scale, the Rogue gets points above average for its base features, value, and 7.0-inch touchscreen. It’s an 8.