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Among compact crossover SUVs, the 2022 Nissan Rogue resides on the larger end of the spectrum with generous room for five passengers and plenty of cargo space. It comes only with a turbocharged engine, front-wheel or all-wheel drive, and plenty of modern technology.

2022 Nissan Rogue Review Configurations

There are four versions of the 2022 Rogue from which to choose:

  • Rogue S — The least expensive version of the Rogue includes 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights with automatic high-beam operation, dark-tinted rear privacy glass, and power-adjustable and folding exterior mirrors. Inside, the SUV features cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, satellite radio, and smartphone mirroring. In addition, Nissan Safety Shield 360 installs numerous driving assistance and collision avoidance systems
  • Rogue SV — Choose the SV for larger 18-inch alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, passive keyless entry with push-button engine starting, remote engine starting with climate cabin pre-conditioning, and an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat. The Rogue SV also has more stereo speakers, NissanConnect services including Wi-Fi access, and ProPilot Assist with adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assistance systems
  • Rogue SL — Leather seats are standard in the Rogue SL, which also has 19-inch wheels, roof rails, a panoramic glass sunroof, and a hands-free power liftgate. A heated steering wheel is standard, along with triple-zone automatic climate control, a surround-view camera system, and a Divide-n-Hide cargo compartment storage system
  • Rogue Platinum — Quilted premium leather and a premium sound system help to define the Rogue Platinum. This version also has digital instrumentation, a 9-inch infotainment touchscreen, navigation, and wireless smartphone charging. Heated rear seats are standard, as well as a traffic sign recognition system and an exclusive front-center airbag

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What’s New for the 2022 Nissan Rogue?

Just one year after giving the Rogue a complete redesign, Nissan swaps the previously standard 2.5L four-cylinder engine for a new turbocharged 1.5L three-cylinder. The turbo powerplant uses Nissan’s variable compression technology, which the automaker claims can improve fuel economy and performance by varying engine compression depending on the driving situation. This “VC-Turbo” technology first debuted in the Infiniti QX50, applied to a 2.0L four-cylinder engine. The Infiniti’s engine is also available in the Nissan Altima.

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Nissan Rogue Competitors for 2022

The Rogue is one of the more popular models in its class, and in many ways, it competes on equal footing with the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. However, both of those best-sellers are available with electrified powertrains, while the Rogue is not. Other alternatives to the Nissan include the Chevrolet Equinox, Ford Escape, GMC Terrain, Hyundai Tucson, Jeep Cherokee, Kia Sportage, Mazda CX-5, Subaru Forester, and Volkswagen Tiguan. Also, the redesigned 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is based on the Rogue but has a superior warranty.

2022 Nissan Rogue Review Features


Nissan’s popular Rogue gets a power boost for 2022, making it more appealing than ever. Roomy for people, pets, and cargo, the Rogue offers everything from a basic but functional mode of transportation to a near-luxury experience. If you want an electrified powertrain, however, you’re out of luck.


  • Nissan Safety Shield 360 — Standard collection of driving assistance and collision avoidance systems
  • Blind Spot Warning — Standard feature warns the driver when other vehicles are in the Rogue’s blind spots
  • Blind Spot Intervention — Available feature* adds steering input to help prevent an unsafe lane change
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor — Available* 360-degree surround-view camera
  • ProPilot Assist — Available* hands-on highway driving assistance system with adaptive cruise control and lane-centering assistance


  • Infotainment system — Standard 8-inch or available 9-inch touchscreen display
  • Door-to-Door Navigation — Available feature* that continues to provide directions after leaving the vehicle parked some distance from the destination
  • Digital instrumentation — Available feature* with a 12.3-inch display screen
  • Remote engine starting — Available feature* that includes climate control cabin pre-conditioning
  • Head-up display — Available feature* with a 10.8-inch viewing area

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  • 1.5L three-cylinder engine
  • 201 hp
  • Continuously variable transmission
  • Front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive
  • 32 mpg to 33 mpg in combined driving

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  • Zero Gravity seating — Standard feature designed to relieve pressure on your spine
  • Leather and premium leather seats — Available feature*
  • Heated front and rear seats — Available feature*
  • Tri-Zone Climate Control — Available feature*
  • Divide-n-Hide — Available compartmentalized storage system*

*Availability is subject to specific trim level selections

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Christian Wardlaw
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Rogue Features

  • Seats
    • Pass-Through Rear Seat
    • Bucket Seats
    • Rear Bench Seat