Nissan Rogue Battery Size
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- Manufacturer: Nissan
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find the appropriate battery size for the Nissan Rogue to the left, just scroll to your year and check the trim.
The years available stretch from 2008 through to 2022 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
If you want to know which Nissan SUV is the most welcomed in the US, then you need look no further than the Rogue.
This compact crossover SUV is the North American equivalent of the popular X-Trail, and is the best-selling offering from Nissan in the US market.
It replaced big bulky off-road cars offered by the Japanese automobile manufacturer such as the Xterra.
The Rogue reached its third-generation model in 2020, which runs on a 2.5L gasoline engine and features a CVT transmission. It’s built in America at the Smyrna, Tennessee plant.
The new generation has a more characterful design, particularly at the front end where you can see some more angular features than models past.
Nissan says that this new generation of Rogue created for the 2021 model year is built on a brand-new platform, but dimensions are very similar.
The top-of-the-line Platinum trim level is the one to go for to see just how much this Nissan has to offer.
The interior contains a 12.3” digital instrument cluster, sumptuous quilted semi-aniline leather on the seats (which are also heated), and the convenient connectivity features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto - features people are demanding more and more frequently these days.
The story of the Rogue in the US has been one of very successful sales. The peak year was 2018, where 412,110 units were sold in the US alone. It has declined somewhat in 2019 and 2020, but that is actually a more general trend across all models, and says little about the Rogue as a popular SUV in the US.
It seems to be just as beloved as ever, otherwise why would Nissan invest so heavily in the new upgrades?