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Next-gen 2021 Nissan Rogue to start at $25,650, just $160 more than the last-gen model

Redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue ups the ante but isn't revolutionary
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The redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue will have a starting price of $25,650, just $160 more than the 2020 Rogue. Traditionally, vehicles go up much more in price as part of a generational change. This price is higher than the starting MSRP of Rogue's top competitors, the 2020 Honda CR-V, 2020 Ford Escape, 2020 Mazda CX-5, 2021 Subaru Forester, and 2021 Toyota RAV4.

Nissan will sell the Rogue in four trim levels: S, SV, SL, and Platinum. All models come standard with front-wheel drive (FWD). All-wheel drive (AWD) is available across the lineup for an additional $1,400.

2021 Nissan Rogue Remote technology keeps you and your family warm or cool, right away. Photo courtesy of Nissan North America

"Rogue is the first of six new vehicles that will be in Nissan showrooms by the end of 2021," said Mike Colleran, senior vice president, Nissan U.S. Marketing and Sales. "As Nissan looks toward the future with dramatic new models like the upcoming Ariya electric crossover and the just-announced Z Proto, we're updating our model lineup with fresh, exciting and innovative vehicles that will thrill our customers."

Pricing for each trim level is as follows:

  • 2021 Nissan Rogue S FWD - $25,650
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue S AWD - $27,050
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue SV FWD - $27,340
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue SV AWD - $28,740
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue SL FWD - $32,000
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue SL AWD - $33,400
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum FWD - $35,430
  • 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum AWD - $36,830

Two optional packages are available: the SV Premium Package at $2,660 and the SL Premium Package at $1,320.

In addition to being more expensive at the onset, the Rogue tops out higher than most of its competition too. It doesn't have a focused off-road variant like the RAV4, nor a hybrid version (now available for CR-V, Escape, and RAV4).

The Rogue does have some class-leading and exclusive features. It is available with class-exclusive tri-zone climate control and pull-up sunshades, and has the most standard safety technologies in its class. Rogue's 9.0-inch infotainment screen is the largest infotainment screen in its class. It also has Nissan Zero Gravity seats in the front and back, which provided unparalleled comfort.

The 2021 Nissan Rogue will go on sale in late October.

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Jeep Jamboree events allow Jeep drivers to off-road and enjoy the comraderie that comes with owning the same style of vehicle.

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The dates and locations of the 2021 Jeep Jamboree schedule have been announced. The roster includes 31 events, with a new event in Ohio making the calendar as well as a three-day event in Missouri.

Jeep Jamborees are weekend events that have been a part of the Jeep lifestyle since 1953. It was then, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, that Mark A. Smith (now a member of the Off-Road Hall of Fame and the Explorers Club) arranged an off-roading expedition across the Rubicon Trail. The following year Willys, the original Jeep manufacturer got involved and the rest, as they say, is history.

Each Jeep Jamboree is a family-oriented four-wheel drive adventure that allows for fun for everyone from novices to experts. Organizers advise that any Jeep with a 4-LO transfer case can participate. The style of Jamboree varies by event: Classic, Select, Signature, and Adventure. Be sure you research the event style ahead of registering so you know what to expect, including the cost, which varies by event.

Jeep descending in Sedona, Arizona Jeep Jamboree events have guides to assist drivers when they encounter tricky terrain. Photo by Getty Images/Cavan Images RF

The Jeep Jamboree website has a helpful FAQs section that can help you navigate the ins and outs of the events.

2021 Jeep Jamboree events, dates, cities, and states:

  • March
    • March 4-6, 2021 - Table Mesa, Anthem, Arizona
    • March 18-20, 2021 - Texas Spur, Llano, Texas
  • April
    • April 22-24, 2021 - Arch Canyon, Blanding, Utah
    • April 29- May 1, 2021 - Palo Duro, Amarillo, Texas
  • May
    • May 6-8, 2021 - Tennessee Mountains, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
    • May 6-8, 2021 - Big Bear, Big Bear Lake, California
    • May 13-15, 2021 - Land Between the Lakes, Marshall County, Kentucky
    • May 20-21, 2021 - Badlands, Attica, Indiana
  • June
    • June 9-12, Top of the Ozarks, Seymour, Missouri
    • June 10-12, Tillamook, Tillamook, Oregon
    • June 17-19, Drummond Island, Drummond Island, Michigan
    • June 24-26, Penn's Woods, Bradford, Pennsylvania
  • July
    • July 8-10, 2021 - Killington, Killington, Vermont
    • July 15-17, 2021 - Northwoods-Mole Lake, Crandon, Wisconsin
    • July 22-24, 2021 - Silver Valley, Mullan/Wallace, Idaho
    • July 29-31, 2021 - Coal Mountains, Coal Township, Pennsylvania
  • August
    • August 12-15, 2021 - Rubicon Trail, The Rubicon Trail, California
    • August 18-22, 2021 - Beartooth Adventure, Cody, Wyoming
    • August 26-28, 2021 - Big Horn Mountains, Dayton, Wyoming
  • September
    • September 9-11, 2021 - Killbuck, Killbuck, Ohio
    • September 16-18, 2021 - Catskill Mountains, Monticello, New York
    • September 16-18, 2021 - Ouray, Ouray, Colorado
    • September 23-25, 2021 - Black Hills, Deadwood, South Dakota
    • September 23-25, 2021 - Ozark Mountains, Ozark, Arkansas
    • September 23-25, 2021 - Uwharrie, Troy, North Carolina
    • September 29 - October 3, 2021 - Emigrant Trail Adventure, Black Rock Desert, Nevada
    • September 30- October 2, 2021 - Maine Mountains, Bethel, Maine
  • October
    • October 14-16, 2021 - Gateway to the Cumberlands, Williamsburg, Kentucky
    • October 21-23, 2021 - Greenbriar Valley, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
    • October 21-23, 2021 - Moab, Moab, Utah
  • November
    • November 4-6, 2021 - Death Valley, Death Valley, California
Rolling registration happens December 7-11, 2020.

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