2023 Nissan Rogue wins Cars.com Compact SUV Challenge

Up to the Challenge

The 2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum has been named the winner of the Cars.com 2023 Compact SUV Challenge. Cars.com editors tested six popular compact SUVs over the course of a week, evaluating handling, fuel efficiency, driver-assist and safety features, value for money, ease of installing car seats and other attributes.

2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum

“Exceptional visibility, useful in-cabin storage, comfortable seating, upscale amenities and a fuel-efficient drivetrain are just some of the standout attributes of the 2023 Nissan Rogue Platinum,” said Mike Hanley, Cars.com senior road test editor. “This well-rounded compact SUV outpaced five other models in our weeklong comparison test to earn it the honor of Cars.com’s best compact SUV of 2023.”

Rogue also won the 2021 Cars.com Compact SUV Challenge.

The 2023 Nissan Rogue is functional for family life and packed with helpful technology, featuring striking design and providing impressive value for crossover drivers. Rogue has the most standard safety features in its class with standard Nissan Safety Shield 360. In addition, it offers available ProPILOT Assist that makes long drives on the open highway easier. It features best-in-class gas-engine fuel economy and standard torque5 with an advanced 1.5-liter Variable Compression (VC) Turbo engine.

Rogue also boasts an array of connectivity technology, including standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on a standard 8-inch or available 9-inch touchscreen, with available wireless Apple CarPlay.


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