2022 Nissan Rogue Prices: MSRP vs Dealer Invoice vs True Dealer Cost w/Holdback
MSRP | Invoice Price | Destination Fee | Holdback | Dealer Cost
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How to Calculate The Dealer Cost of a Nissan Rogue
Formula for Calculating Dealer Cost:
- Example: Base Nissan Rogue invoice price + the dealer Invoice price of all the options + destination - Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
- What is Holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price.
Total Dealer Cost - Rebate and Incentive + Taxes / Licensing Fees = True Dealer Cost. (You can get rebates and incentives here)
The Nissan Rogue is a nice option for anyone looking for a reasonably priced and well-equipped SUV. It has two rows of seats and is packed with technology, which is a main reason why it stands out in a crowded market.
In previous years, the Rogue ran on a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine. This engine made 181 horsepower. For this model year, Nissan has swapped out that engine with a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. Though it's smaller and only has three cylinders, the fact that it has a turbocharger is a very important one. This allows it to be quite capable. It can generate 201 horsepower and 225 pound-feet of torque. Having more than 200 horsepower is a notable feat for a modest two-row SUV.
Every one of the four trims is available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive costs an extra few thousand dollars. Because it provides better traction in slippery conditions, it could definitely be worth the cost for certain consumers.
The Rogue uses an Xtronic continuously variable transmission, a system that average drivers will be pleased with. For those times when drivers want to exert a little more control, they can use the manual mode and paddle shifters.
Sport mode is something else to consider, as it makes the Nissan feel more responsive and a little more aggressive. The opposite mode would be Eco, which maximizes fuel efficiency. Those models equipped with all-wheel drive have Snow and Off-road modes as well.
Fuel economy is pretty good. The front-wheel-drive versions get an estimated 30/37 (city/highway) miles per gallon. All-wheel-drive models are a bit less efficient, earning an estimated 28/35 miles per gallon.
Every Nissan Rogue has driver-assist technologies. These allow the SUV to sense potential issues, warn drivers about problems, and help them avoid accidents. If the Rogue is approaching another too quickly or coming upon a pedestrian in the road, the vehicle will alert the driver and be ready to take action if necessary. If the vehicle is veering out of position, a warning will be issued and the Nissan could help correct steering. Rear cross traffic alert and blind spot monitoring are also standard, and so is rear automatic braking.
Beyond this, the Rogue has a driver alertness program. It it seems like the driver isn't focused on the road, then the vehicle will issue an alert to prompt the driver to refocus his or her attention where it should be. Active ride control and hill start assist are included with the basic package, too.
On higher trims, there could be intelligent blind spot intervention, an all-around monitor, parking distance alerts, and ProPILOT Assist. This last feature is a type of cruise control that maintains a set distance with the leading vehicle, and it can make small adjustments to steering to keep the vehicle centered in a lane.
Out of the four trims, three of them have eight-inch color touchscreens. The touchscreen comes with voice recognition, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It also features SiriusXM, Bluetooth, and a hands-free text messaging assistant. This equipment makes so many things more convenient.
The most advanced trim, the Platinum, has a nine-inch touchscreen instead. This larger touchscreen has integrated navigation and can provide real-time traffic updates. In addition, this trim provides a wireless charging pad, and the area behind the steering wheel is a modern dashboard with all-digital gauges.
The S is the first option. Aside from the infotainment system and driver-assist safety suite already described, many basic components are found in this trim, such as cloth seats and manually adjustable front seats. It does, though, offer push button start, which is nice to have.
There are some extras associated with the SV trim that will be appreciated by many. To start, it has a smart key entry system, remote engine start, and heated side mirrors. It includes a power-adjustable driver's seat and dual-zone climate control, so it feels more high-tech than the S does. Further, it has four USB ports in comparison with the S's two USB ports, and it can act as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Next is the SL. It seems more refined since it has leather upholstery and a dual panel panoramic moonroof. This moonroof lets in a ton of natural light and is one of those features that is so noticeable. Both of its front seats are power adjustable, and its driver's seat can be programmed to remember a favorite position. That memory system works on the side mirrors, too. It's easier to stay comfortable in the SL, thanks to its heated front seats, heated steering wheel, and tri-zone climate control.
The price jump between the SV and SL is greater than the one associated with moving from the S to the SV. From a budget standpoint, the SL might not be as attractive as the lower trims. In many ways, though, it feels like a luxury model, so it's an intriguing choice.
The Platinum offers an even more upscale experience. Its cabin is set up with interior accent lighting, and its seats are trimmed in beautiful quilted semi-aniline leather. People in the back will be well taken care of, as there are heated rear seats and rear sunshades. This is the trim that has the larger touchscreen, navigation, and the most comprehensive safety package.
Note: All Nissan Rogue MSRP, invoice and dealer cost dollar figures above are subject to change without notice.
A note about rebates: Most rebates are subtracted from the "on the road" figure. In most cases, you can have the rebate if you are arranging your own financing or you are paying cash. If you decide to use the manufacturer’s low interest financing, you do not usually get the rebate. Ask your dealer for details.
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