2012 Nissan Rogue Gets $70 Price Bump, Krom Edition Discontinued

Looking through the 2012 model year changes across the range reveals an endless list of PR talk about new exterior colors, special editions and added chrome bits, with the exception of the GT-R, which impresses us with its extra 45 horsepower.
The Japanese automaker has also made a few changes to one of its core models, the Rogue. Not much to very little has changed, and the big news is that the base model gets a $70 price bump. In addition, Nissan has announced a new Special Edition package on the Rogue SV, while the Rogue Krom Edition has been removed from the 2012 model range.

All this moves point to a release of a new generation of Rogue, most likely next year as a 2013 model. This is especially true seeing as Nissan is currently developing a new Quashqai in the UK, a model that could underpin the Rogue as well.

When customers arrive at dealerships, they will now be greeted by a base price of $22,340 for the Rogue S with front wheel drive, while the SV AWD top off the list at $26,030.

As for the Special Edition, that brings 16-inch alloy wheels, a premium audio system with 4.3-inch color display and USB connectivity, satellite radio, and adds $1,200 to any model’s price.


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