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2018 Nissan Rogue Hybrid Gets Slightly More Expensive

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Nissan is bringing back the Rogue Hybrid, this time with a slightly higher price tag. Starting at $27,995, the 2018 Nissan Rogue Hybrid benefits from a number of upgrades also seen on the gas-only model, including standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

That's a $380 price hike from the base 2017.5 Rogue Hybrid from September 2017. Buyers who opt for all-wheel drive on the base SV hybrid will pay at least $29,345, also up $380 from last year. Upgrading to the SL trim level, which brings along a 7.0-inch display, navigation, satellite radio, and nine-speaker sound system, costs $33,355 with front-wheel drive or $34,705 with all-wheel drive. These prices are up $820.

In addition to standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the updated Rogue Hybrid now features an extra USB port inside the center console box. The base model also adds a standard motion-activated liftgate. On the SL grade, intelligent cruise control is now standard as is lane departure warning, intelligent lane intervention, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

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Like last year when it debuted, the Rogue Hybrid isn't much more expensive than the standard Rogue. The base hybrid is only $1,000 more expensive than the gas-only SV trim, for instance. Hybrid models achieve an EPA-estimated 33/35 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive or 31/34 mpg with all-wheel drive. However, our Real MPG tests last year showed that this crossover's real-world performance was much lower at 27.8/29.9 mpg when paired with all-wheel drive.

The Rogue Hybrid still uses a 2.0-liter gas engine and a 30-kilowatt electric motor to make a combined 176 hp. That drivetrain is backed by a continuously variable transmission. The all-wheel-drive model hit 60 mph in a leisurely 9.1 seconds in our tests last year.

Source: Nissan

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