2013 Nissan Rogue Price Starts at $23,135
By Jake Lingeman
Nissan released pricing for the 2013 Rogue crossover on Aug. 20. The base model with front-wheel drive costs $23,135, including $825 in destination and handling charges. The top trim—Rogue SV with SL package and all-wheel drive—costs $30,775.
Upgrades for 2013 include additions to the Special Edition Package. It adds Bluetooth and two more speakers, for a total of six. The package is available on Rogue S models for $1,200. SV models include the new electronics as standard equipment.
Also, the Premium Edition will replace the SV-only Premium Package for 2013. Fog lights and a Bose stereo system with seven speakers join navigation, automatic temperature control, a power sliding moonroof and automatic headlights. The new Premium Edition Package costs $2,500.
The 2013 Nissan Rogue is on sale now.
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