Nissan Rogue
aka Nissan Qashqai (Europe)
Nissan Dualis (Japan)
Production 2008-present
Class Compact crossover SUV
Body Style 5-door FF layout SUV
Length 182.9 in.
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase 105.9 in.
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission 6 speed Manual
Xtronic CVT™, FWD (optional AWD)
Engine 2.5 litre DOHC I4, 16-valve
Power 170 hp @ N/A rpm
175 lb.-ft. of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Honda CR-V
Hyundai Santa Fe
Mitsubishi Outlander
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)
The Nissan Qashqai is a new compact crossover SUV to be released in early 2007 for the 2008 model year by the Japanese automaker Nissan. The Rogue will be sold in North America and will replace the Nissan X-Trail in Canada as Nissan's smaller crossover SUV, as the Murano continues to grow in size and price. The Nissan Rogue will make its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January 7, 2007. 

2014 Nissan Rogue Select (USA)


2015 Nissan Rogue (USA)

And for you automotive history buffs, Rambler used the Rogue nameplate in mid-1966 on a "performance" edition of the American.

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Recent ChangesEdit

  • For MY 2010-2011, the Qashqai, Rogue and Dualis receives its first mid-cycle facelift.[1][2][3]




  • For 2009, Nissan adds a 7-seat LWB variant to the Qashqai (and JDM Dualis) range tentatively called the Qashqai+2. Expected to debut at the 2008 London Motor Show, the crossover is now extra long by 211 mm or 8.3 in to 4,526 mm or 178.2 in over the 5-seater. The wheelbase has also grown by 135 mm or 5.3 in. – taking it to 2,765 mm or 109 in. It is also extra higher by 38 mm (now 1,643 mm or 64.7 in) due to the roof being reshaped. Headroom benefits all around. All this extra real estate has taken a toll on the vehicle. It now sports a porky extra 100 kg or 220 pounds of weight so Nissan has seen it fit to overhaul the suspension settings and retune steering assistance. In Europe, the fat will be shoved along by a choice of two gas/petrol and two diesel burners:
    • 1.6 litre Petrol 115 Hp FWD + 5-speed Manual
    • 2.0 liter Petrol 140 hp Nissan ALL-MODE 4WD + 6-speed Manual (optional Nissan CVT)
    • 1.5 liter Diesel 106 hp FWD + 6-speed Manual
    • 2.0-liter Diesel 150 hp Nissan ALL-MODE 4WD + 6-speed Manual (optional 6-Speed Auto)

Styles and Major OptionsEdit

  • platform Nissan C platform
  • Premium Package (SL 2WD) $1,900
  • Premium Package (SL AWD) $2,200
  • Leather Package (SL AWD) $1,800
  • Moonroof (SL) $800
  • splash guards $125.


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  • RECALL ALERT: On Oct 15 2008, Nissan issued a recall affecting 200,000 Nissans including all 2007 and 2008 Rogues due to a faulty front passenger side airbag sensor that could fail to detect the presence of a passenger, thus, preventing the deployment of the airbag. Owners are urged to contact 1-800-647-7261 or their nearest dealer to get the system replace free of charge. [4]

Basic Drivetrain Roadside Rust
3 yr. / 36,000 mi. 5 yr. / 60,000 mi. 3 yr. / 36,000 mi. 5 yr. / Unlimited mi.


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Exterior ColorsEdit

  • Phantom White
  • Gotham Gray
  • Silver Ice
  • Venom Red
  • Orange Alloy
  • Indigo Blue
  • Iridium Graphite
  • Wicked Black

Interior ColorsEdit


  • Gray Cloth (S)
  • Gray Cloth (SL)
  • Black Cloth (S)
  • Black Cloth (SL)
  • Black & Red Cloth


  • Gray Leather
  • Black Leather

Main CompetitorsEdit

The Nissan Rogue's main competitors include the Subaru Forester, Mitsubishi Outlander, and Jeep Compass.

Hybrid ModelsEdit

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Current Generation: (2007–present)Edit

The Nissan Rogue is still in it's first generation, as it is a new model. The Rogue shares the same platform as the X-Trail, the car being replaced in Canada. Compared to the X-Trail, they both have the same wheelbase and ground clearance but the Rogue is just 315 mm shorter than the X-Trail.

In Europe, Nissan revealed in 2009 a Qashqai+2, an MPV version of the Qashqai. The only difference compared with the mainstream Qashqai is that it sits on a longer wheelbase.

In 2010, the Rogue received a mid-life facelift.


The Rogue and other Asian bound Qashqais come from Japan whereas European bound Qashqais and the Dualis (destined for Australia) come from the Sunderland plant in England. The two trim levels for the Dualis are the ST and the top-of-the-range Ti with a choice of 2WD or AWD.

Design quirks and odditiesEdit

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2010 Drive Best People Mover (Dualis +2) (Nominee)

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