2022 Nissan Rogue Review: Little Engine Makes a Big Difference

The two-tone orange/black paint job is a $745 option.

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The gets a major improvement this year, but it’s not something you’ll notice right away. Peep under the hood and you’ll find a brand-new 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-3 engine — a small but mighty powerplant that gives
best-selling SUV a nice bump in power while also returning better fuel economy.


  • Excellent turbo engine

  • Solid fuel economy

  • Comfortable interior

  • Good list of standard driving aids

Don’t like

  • No hybrid or plug-in option

  • Outdated infotainment tech

This new triple uses the same variable compression technology as Nissan’s larger 2.0-liter turbo I4, an engine that’s optional in the sedan and standard in the and QX55 crossovers. Basically, varying the compression ratio allows the 1.5T to deliver more power at low revs and operate more efficiently while cruising. It’s a trick bit of win-win tech.

The specs back up these merits: The 1.5-liter I3 is rated at 201…

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