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You can find 26 different trims for the Nissan Rogue and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2008 through to 2020 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
Nissan’s compact crossover offering, the Rogue, first entered the market in 2007. It has also been sold as the X-Trail since 2013.
Since its initial release, there have been a total of three generations. The latest of these was unveiled in 2020.
It currently represents the best-selling model in the Nissan family for the United States. This has meant that it competes with its own sibling, the Nissan Murano. Competition from outside of the family has typically come from models like the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-50, and Volkswagen Tiguan.
There have been a number of trim packages offered for the Rogue over the years. These include the base S, followed by the SV, SV Midnight Edition, and SL.
There has also been the Rogue Sport since 2017. This was essentially a facelifted version of the Nissan Qashqai released for the US market. While there has only been a single generation of this model, it did receive a facelift in 2020.
There have been fairly limited engine options offered by Nissan for the Rogue. These have typically included one or two petrol engines per each generation, typically ranging from a 1.5 L inline-3 through to a 2.5 L inline-4.
As of 2022, only a turbocharged 1.5 L inline-3 has been offered.
There has never been a diesel variation offered as of yet. There has been the Rogue Hybrid though. Of course, this was a variant fitted with a hybrid powertrain that was released in 2017.
Interestingly, the Rogue has been fitted exclusively with continuously variable transmissions since its release.