New Nissan Rogue for Sale Denver | Lease & Finance Specials

New Nissan Rogue for Sale in Denver
Lease for $239/mo.*
Roll your windows down and cruise around Denver in the new Nissan Rogue. With an estimated 33 hwy mpg and 32 cubic feet of storage space you can go long distances with all your toys without breaking the bank. It also comes with emergency braking with pedestrian detection, hands free liftgate, adaptive cruise control with forward collision mitigation, remote ignition, a heated steering wheel, driver seat memory funcions, and surround-view camera system to keep you and your loved ones safe on your adventures. Those are just some of the reasons the new Rogue was named the Family Car of the Year by Cars.com

The new Nissan Rogue near Denver is the ideal car for families. With a 2.5 liter engine that generates 170 horsepower and 175 lb-feet of torque, the Rogue has enough power to cruise down any road but also comfortable enough to keep both driver and passengers happy during the trip. Check out the new Nissan Rogue near Denver today!

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Why the Nissan Rogue doesn't need to try to make its sales numbers

Let's be clear about that: the Rogue has such stellar sales numbers within the Nissan lineup--across regions and demographics--that Nissan doesn't have to try very hard to move its product. They practically sell themselves. But, why? There are few areas in which the Nissan Rogue is best-in-class, except in total available seats (seven, to the rest of the segment's five), and its starting price, while being competitive and affordable, certainly isn't the cheapest. So, why are Rogue SUVs flying off of dealer lots? 

You may be surprised. But, if you've ever driven in one, likely not.

The Nissan Rogue's top strength, and secret weapon, isn't doing any one thing better than other cars, but in doing everything better collectively. It doesn't have the largest cargo space, but it does have the most flexible. It doesn't have the most horsepower, but it gets around efficiently and feels great. It doesn't have the lowest price, but it gives you a lot for your money. And, if you really need to carry seven passengers in a compact crossover SUV, you won't find better than this. The Nissan Rogue is the #1 seller among Nissan vehicles, and is even in the rankings for top sellers across the entire country. If you don't know why, you're about to find out.

Trim levels and configurations

Strength #1: variety in options. And not just by throwing a dozen choices at you, like Nissan is occasionally guilty of doing with its sedans. No, the Rogue is limited to just four trim levels, but each has a very specific purpose and value. The Rogue S is the base, entry-level model that's still pretty well-equipped for the price; solid and practical. The Rogue SV is the "biggest-bang-for-buck" model, with a larger range of features and standard options; sporty and fun. The Rogue Midnight Edition is technically a design package tacked onto the SV trim, but brings exclusive M.E. styling; dark and mysterious. The Rogue SL is what you buy when you have a little bit of extra walking-around money, with lavish tech and comfort features but a higher price point; the splurge model.

Exterior

Strength #2: it just looks really cool. It's not conventional and it's not quite avant-garde, but the distinctly Nissan flavor of the Rogue reminds you of feisty sports cars like the GT-R, without going overboard and without compromising on available interior space. The Rogue relies heavily on a blanket of Nissan's "V-Motion Language" that's typically found in the sleeker and smaller cars, but translates surprisingly well to crossovers like the Rogue and the Murano; this includes a "floating roof design", a flattering tucked waist line, boomerang-styled headlights, and an attractive, subtle kink at the rear side windows. 

The strong influence of these brand-specific designs is noticeable from every angle, and at a distance, which makes the Rogue a little loud visually. But in a segment where competition is fierce and mimicry is common, standing out a little is a smart idea, and it's paying off for the Nissan Rogue.

Seating and interior space

Strength #3: this is one of the places where the Rogue really shines, and even puts some of its competitors to shame. There seems to be this idea among compact SUVs that, if you're buying one, you're only ever going to travel alone or with one or two others--and that you're not really going to need to utilize the full space inside of your crossover. Nissan called out that nonsense for what it was, and did a really good job of making the Rogue one of the most versatile lineups of small crossovers in the entire industry. The standard two-row, five-seater Rogue boasts a wide and comfortable second row for your passengers, and can even be equipped with smart new Zero Gravity seating up front to help fight fatigue on long trips. Fold that second-row flat when you're driving solo or with a partner, and you'll get up to 70 total cubic feet of cargo space, that can be customized with Nissan's Divide-N-Hide Cargo System.

The available three-row Rogue offers some body-exclusive options for seating and space that you won't find in the standard model. You can split, fold, tilt, and slide seats to make interior room work for you and your carpool, thanks to Nissan's slick new EZ Flex Seating System. A nine-inch-long track built into the second row even lets you move the middle seats far forward to make loading up into the back easier, and to allow for a bit more leg room for your rear passengers. (That third row does come at a price, and is only available on Rogue S, SV, and Midnight Edition, so if you think you won't need it, consider the two-row model.)

Performance and All-Wheel Drive

Eh. Limited power options and a non-standard all-wheel-drive system mean that performance isn't really a top strength of the Rogue--but, it isn't a disappointment or, by a long shot, a deal-breaker. A standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is equipped on every model in the lineup, and the Rogue--like many other compact SUVs--doesn't offer any upgrade to a turbocharged four or a robust six-cylinder. If 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque just can't do it for you, although its more than enough for casual daily driving and the occasional jaunt out onto some back roads, the Nissan Murano does offer an available V6 engine.

Don't jump away from the Rogue just yet, though--because with its practical and city-friendly engine, it can see up to 33 mpg on the highway. Equip one of these sleek new SUVs with Nissan's tough and easy-to-ride all-wheel-drive system, and you've got a fuel-efficient, versatile commuter that can still knock around confidently in even the worst weather.

So, what about the Rogue?

If you're looking for the only compact SUV to offer three rows of seating, you've found it in the available seven-passenger Rogue. But, if you're just looking for a solid, well-balanced, and comfortable small crossover that fits your lifestyle--well, you've still found it in the Rogue. You just may not want to spring for those extra seats.


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Lease Disclaimer* Vin: JN8AT2MV0HW267343 2 or more at his price. Lease a 2017 Nissan Rogue S AWD (stock number HP592355) for $239/mo. for 36 months. With $999 due at signing which includes first months payment. Lease allows for 12,000 miles a year. No security deposit due. Lessee may be responsible for additional charges upon the expiration of the lease term based upon the difference between the residual value in the vehicle and its realized value. Based on MSRP example of $27115. With approved credit. All prices include $599 dealer handling fee, plus tax, title, and license. Offer ends 1/2/18.