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2013 and earlier Nissan Rogue Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • we just bought a 2010 SL today with teh Bose premium package, bluetooth, moonroof, spoiler, mats, roof rack, red alert, and clear coat for 24,200 OTD- This was for a model with 239 miles but I felt like i was not getting screwed- especially with 2.9 financing.
  • That sound pretty fair. My financing was higher and no moonroof for me. still liking the car after several weeks.
    Good luck with it!
  • vpallsvpalls Posts: 2
    I Just bought 2010 Nissan Rogue S AWD With 360 Degrees Package From Oregon Dealer for $19800(Inclusive of DMV Title charges, No Tax in Oregon), Is This a good Deal?

    Please reply any one,

  • I don't have the car. The day we drove it home the airbag light started flashing and they will have it for a few days. This is probably nothing but it doesn't instill confidence.
  • Hi vpalis, from which dealership did you purchase your rogue? I am interested in the same package. Thanks for your help!
  • vpallsvpalls Posts: 2

    I bought it in Beaverton Nissan, good luck for your new purchase.

  • Bought an SL loaded (leather, SL Package, Sunroof), with a back up camera added for $26,500.
  • You got a very good deal. My purchase was in 2008. Purchased the same vehicle with the same equipment in a Pearl, SL AWD. I paid the same price give or few dollars. You got more bang for your bucks as the 2010 SL AWD has more standard options. So start shifting! BYW - I luv the paddle shifters and the fun the 170HP delivers!!!
  • My experience is that the dealer prices are not set in stone like Toyota. I've purchased two Nissan's, a Rogue for myself and a Versa for my son. The dealer in Tulsa came way off the sticker. The bottom line was that they were not going to let us walk away and bent over backwards to make the deal.
  • yoda5yoda5 Posts: 1
    Krystal, what dealership did you get the car from in Chicago?


  • alluallu Posts: 1

    I got a quote of 27000 (before TTL) for a Nissan Rogue SL with AWD package and Leather Package from a dealer in Minnesota, is this a reasonable price?

  • pete4123pete4123 Posts: 4
    edited February 2010
    2010 SL AWD
    Premium PKG
    Leather PKG
    Splash Guards
    Kick Plate
    Floor Mats\Cargo Area Protector
    Roof Rail Crossbars
    Rear bumper Protector
    23800 + 600 dealer "Doc" fee + sales tax(~1800) + Tag and title fees
    With 0.00% 36 Month finance
  • that's not bad of a deal... especially 0.00!
    they have boat loads of them here in NJ

    I'm looking at the same thing for my wife

    plus the moonroof and kick plate and slash guard

    the MSRP is like $29600, if I get then like $24500 then I'll buy it!
  • I only found 2 in Georgia, Alabama, and Northern Florida configured like I wanted: SL AWD, Leather, Premium, but NO moonroof. I'm just under 6' and the moonroof cuts down the headroom by one inch.

    Here in GA, I could have done without the AWD, but I wanted the Xenon lights( had them on previous car, really liked them), and the AWD premium is the only way to get them....the AWD will be useful on rare occasion for me

    Even with the AWD, still cheaper than the:
    RAV4(no Xenon offered, short on legroom, death on wheels issue),
    CX7( Xenon only avail on Grant Touring model which seemed kind of thirsty and on top of that takes premium gas),
    CRV( No Xenon, every car I've ever owned(3) are hondas, was in a car rut)

    Here in Georgia, there is a 1000 Nissan rebate if you take the finance deal( 750 if no finance, a little weird but true ) and Nissan ran an additional 500 Presidents day weekend rebate. Just to be clear, the price DID include the Nissan rebates.

    More than anyone wanted to know about my car buying decision....
  • flightnurseflightnurse 35K feetPosts: 2,066
    Regarding the sunroof, I'm 6' tall and the sunroof doesn't bother me. Infact this last Dec we took a 4 day trip and had 4 adults in our Rouge (I sat in the back) and was surpised that I had plenty of head room. You might be able to get a better deal if you took one with a sunroof.
  • pete4123pete4123 Posts: 4
    edited February 2010
    Yep, I agree, I test drove one with a sunroof and it was NOT that bad. I coming from a car that has plenty of headroom, and the Rogue with the sunroof just felt a little low for me, but NOT a big deal overall and I'm sure I would have got used to it.

    Several other reasons I did not really want a sunroof were (as you pointed out) cost( ~950 list price extra ), one more thing to break\leak( I drove my last car for 15 years ), I've had a sunroof before and I really did not use it after the first few weeks.
  • my wife likes the krom edition

    they are asking $26 and change...

    I only like the center exhaust and that's it... and I think the car is ugly as sin!

    it costs more but it doesn't have more HP

    worth it??
  • mib99mib99 Posts: 1
    Pete, Which delaership did you visit in Atlanta? The dealer in Tx quoted 25.5k plus TTL doc which is roughly 2k on top of the said price. My quote includes moonroof against yours... 1.6k more than yours... Which looks kinda high...
  • stldon1stldon1 Posts: 2
    Looking for a Rogue SL AWD, with Moonroof and possibly premium package--any recent pricing experience?
  • lak3170lak3170 Posts: 1
    edited April 2010
    I just leased a 2010 Nissan Rogue and long story short - I love it but really regretted trading in my old car (2007 VW NewBeetle Convertible). I finagled my finances to get my old car back and now I have both. I am not the type of person that can really afford both although I wish I were. I really need to get out of this Nissan if possible. I leased it however and I contacted to see what my options are - I would either have to get someone to take over my lease but stay on the account as a secondary (NMAC policy)- this is credit suicide in my opinion or I can list it with swapalease as a sale - and they help me sell it to someone else which they can do because they have a dealers license. I think the rep has the payment figured per month at about $550 to $575 but if a person has really great credit it could be even better than that and it also would depend on the terms you wanted. So my question - would you be interested at all in mine? It's a pearly white color, moonroof, heated seats, bluetooth, AWD, etc. and it's AWESOME. Only 225 miles on it so far and I've had it for exactly one week and one day. If you're interested at all please let me know. I'm in La Crosse Wisconsin but I would help get it to you if you're interested at all. It really is a nice, nice vehicle and I wish I could just keep it - I just can't afford two car payments plus insurance, etc.
  • netak1netak1 Posts: 21
    Anyone have any insight into pricing in the NJ area for a 2010 SL AWD w/ the leather, premium, and sunroof options? According to Consumer Reports, the bottom line price looks like it's 26,538.

    Also, thoughts on the 0.9 for 60 months extending beyond today into next month?
  • njusernjuser Posts: 5

    I just bought one in NJ yesterday for 28K OTD with 0.9% for 60 months:

    SL AWD
    Splash guards
    Kick Plates
    Roof Rails

    Sticker on the car was 29,600.
  • rkrocksrkrocks Posts: 1
    I just closed the same deal - 28k OTD here in MA on an SL AWD with sticker of 29,830...add bumper protector and floor mat/cargo protector to njuser's list of options. Our sales tax is a little less so all in all we paid about the same. I paid a bit more than I planned on because the dealer has to "go out and find" the Iridium Graphite/grey leather combo I want - I couldn't find that combo within 200 miles online....Nissan makes it, but seems no one sells it! Could only find Iridium with back leather. Who wants black w/red accented leather in a grey/brown/purplish car? - YUK! (nevermind how HOT it gets in the summer!)
  • dad2bedad2be Posts: 57
    Still shopping for a small SUV for a family member. Seeing prices on the Rogue S / SL in MD and PA for $1900 under invoice minus the $1500 in customer cash. Anyone know what type of dealer cash is available? An example of a price quote I got on an S all wheel drive with the 360 package, floor mats, splash guards, and kick plates:
    MSRP: $23990
    Invoice: $22804
    Price: $19404 (includes $1500 in customer cash) + TTL (tax is 6%, doc/lic fees are $215 total)
    Similar pricing can be seen on and Seems like a great deal and a good value for the money (better than the FWD Santa Fe that's also being considered), but I always like to understand the math behind the numbers. Anyone here "in the know"?
  • What dealer in MD quoted you those prices. Herb Gordan said they were no haggle via online but they are a little higher.
  • dad2bedad2be Posts: 57
    Go to and enter zip code 20879. Pick the right trim and your options then the price will be displayed (still the same price as of today.) Click on Locate your Dealer and it gives you a link to the dealer with the lowest price. I followed up on this and was routed to Brown's Nissan. Used this information to get a matching quote in eastern PA.
  • Just bought a Rouge S with 360 package(plus the standards mats, bumper guard, etc.) for $19814 plus GA sales tax(7%). I had been quoted a SamsClub no hassle price at another dealer for $19,921 + tax earlier, but that dealer was 100 miles away.

    Some points for your info.

    The Nissan website talks of $2750 in rebates for this package, but the $1000 off the 360 package is already reflected in the sticker MSRP price.

    Rogues with the 360 have been rebadged as a Rogue 360 instead of a Rogue S.

    The dealer is going to try to say the lowest possible price is "Invoice minus rebates".

    I took the cash rather than the low apr and was prepared to write a check for the car. Strangely the dealer turned down my cash offer and I had to finance with them to get this price. I paid $3000 down and finance the rest at 2.54 % for 48 mo.
  • Thanks for the overstock tip! I went to Norris Nissan West and got the following deal:

    SL AWD Black
    Premium package
    splash guards
    kick plates
    rear cargo weather mat
    cross bars

    $23,900 (includes destination) + tax tag
    They also beat carmax trade in value by $200
  • rkjindalrkjindal Posts: 12
    edited July 2010
    Just bought my Rogue today.

    S with 360 package
    Splash Guards

    OTD was $19,898.55 (Includes a $500 college grad discount).

    Any thoughts? My local Northern VA dealer would not even match.
  • pavlonpavlon Posts: 9
    Just got one last night in CA. Black, AWD, SL with leather package, premium package, moonroof, floor mats, trunk cover, splash guards, roof rails for $23,500 + TTL. (includes destination, and without the college grad rebate). OTD came out to $26,300.
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