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What you must know before buying the Nissan Rogue
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  • All-new model remains in extremely high demand
  • MSRP and real-world prices have increased recently
  • No current special purchase or lease offers available
  • Compare with the Nissan Rogue Select

Extremely high demand means no special incentives:

Nissan has completely redesigned its popular Rogue compact crossover for the 2014 model year, now with better fuel efficiency and the latest in interior technology to go along with modern styling. Apparently they hit all the right notes, because the new model has proven so popular with buyers that dealers have reported delays of 1-2 months on factory orders with those cars currently available continuing to fly off of lots.

Base pricing has increased by around 1%, with real-world pricing at the dealer level increasing as well in recent months. Some initially available incentives on the new Rogue have been pulled back due to demand, so if saving money is a top priority you might want to put off your purchase for a little while.

Know your Nissan: 2014 Rogue vs Rogue Select:

Nissan continues to sell the previous-generation Rogue new for the 2014 model year, now rebadged as the Rogue Select. Base MSRP pricing for the Select is around $2,750 lower, but special offers and dealer-level discounts have opened that pricing gap even further. While the new 2014 Rogue is an improved all-around car, the Rogue Select is still a strong choice and has now become the top value buy among compact crossovers.

No special lease offers presently available:

Again due to extremely high demand, Nissan is not currently offering any advertised lease specials on the Rogue. Shoot for a payment of around $250 per month for 36 months with $2,999 due at lease signing, but don’t hold your breath for too great a deal until demand has been given a chance to cool a bit. Also note that available special lease offers on the Rogue Select have improved this month, now coming at a payment of just $179 per month for 36 months with $2,599 due at lease signing.

Extremely high demand means no special incentives:

Nissan has completely redesigned its popular Rogue compact crossover for the 2014 model year, now with better fuel efficiency and the latest in interior technology to go along with modern styling. Apparently they hit all the right notes, because the new model has proven so popular with buyers that dealers have reported delays of 1-2 months on factory orders with those cars currently available continuing to fly off of lots.

Base pricing has increased by around 1%, with real-world pricing at the dealer level increasing as well in recent months. Some initially available incentives on the new Rogue have been pulled back due to demand, so if saving money is a top priority you might want to put off your purchase for a little while.

Know your Nissan: 2014 Rogue vs Rogue Select:

Nissan continues to sell the previous-generation Rogue new for the 2014 model year, now rebadged as the Rogue Select. Base MSRP pricing for the Select is around $2,750 lower, but special offers and dealer-level discounts have opened that pricing gap even further. While the new 2014 Rogue is an improved all-around car, the Rogue Select is still a strong choice and has now become the top value buy among compact crossovers.

No special lease offers presently available:

Again due to extremely high demand, Nissan is not currently offering any advertised lease specials on the Rogue. Shoot for a payment of around $250 per month for 36 months with $2,999 due at lease signing, but don’t hold your breath for too great a deal until demand has been given a chance to cool a bit. Also note that available special lease offers on the Rogue Select have improved this month, now coming at a payment of just $179 per month for 36 months with $2,599 due at lease signing.

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Incentives & Rebates

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Nissan is not offering incentives on the S 4dr All-wheel Drive at this time.

Lease Deals

It costs a bit more to lease SUVs, as a rule, and the Rogue is no exception. But $239 for 36 months with a $2,599 initial payment is still much less expensive than financing the full price of a Rogue.

If you think you'll drive more than 12,000 miles a year, pay a bit more to have that negotiated into your lease payment; that way you'll avoid penalties at the end of the lease.

ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
Select S FWD$20936$2,599$21,185