We typically have a bunch of used Nissan models for sale here at Briggs Supercenter, and many of those are often Nissan Rogue models. The Nissan Rogue has been a popular member of the brand’s lineup for many years, originally making its debut for the 2008 model year. It has steadily built its reputation in the ever-growing compact crossover segment and is today one of the stalwart members of that class. If you’re looking to bring home your own compact crossover here in Manhattan, Kansas, you should definitely consider checking out our selection of used Nissan Rogue vehicles.
As mentioned, the Nissan Rogue made its debut in 2008, but those particularly old models are less likely to show up in our inventory. First generation models were built until 2013, then the second generation ran from 2014 to 2020 with the third generation just being introduced a couple of years ago in 2021. At the time of this page’s creation, we had 14 models in stock and they ranged from 2016 to 2021.
There have been a few variants and unique special edition models introduced through the years, though these are less likely to make appearances as well. They include the short-lived Rogue Hybrid, the special Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition and the Rogue Select, among others. The current generation of Nissan Rogue is available in five trim levels: S, SV, Midnight Edition, SL and Platinum.
The Nissan Rogue has won numerous awards throughout its history, including plenty of Top Safety Pick designations from the IIHS and high ranks in reliability. The vehicle has a great reputation in both of these areas – safety and reliability – plus it’s well known to be a spacious and stylish vehicle despite its size as a compact crossover. If you have any questions about the model, don’t hesitate to ask.
One thing it’s important to note is that, despite the similar names, the Nissan Rogue Sport is actually a completely separate model. In other global markets the Nissan Rogue Sport is called the Nissan Qashqai, but the company wanted to pick a more fitting name for the North American market and decided to capitalize on the popularity of the Rogue nameplate. If you’re interested in a used Nissan Rogue of your own, be sure to get in touch with us right here at the sales desk!