2013 Nissan Rogue S AWD Review: Models and Prices
The 2013 Nissan Rogue is positioned as an affordable option for those in the market for a compact family vehicle, and its entry-level S trim's MSRP of $22,610 reflects this philosophy. The vehicle is also available in a more expensive, and better equipped SV edition, which stickers for an MSRP of $25,050.
The vehicle that we had parked in our driveway for a week was a 2013 Nissan Rogue S AWD, which came with available all-wheel drive and a single options package. Base equipment for our Rogue S included amenities such as cruise control, a CD player, a trip computer, power windows and door locks, and air conditioning, while the Special Edition package added 16-inch alloy wheels in place of the stock steelies, a moonroof, keyless entry and ignition, different interior lighting, and fog lights. As our vehicle was a Canadian-market car, the Special Edition package did not include the 4.3-inch LCD screen for the stereo system found in America., and Bluetooth connectivity and parking sonar were installed free of charge. The total MSRP of our Rogue came out to $25,110.