What is the Nissan Rogue Towing Capacity?
When you think of vehicles that can tow, you might picture light-duty or heavy-duty trucks. But there are plenty of SUVs with this ability as well. The 2018 Nissan Rogue, which starts at $24,800 MSRP, is one such SUV with towing capabilities. Let’s take a look at the details of the Nissan Rogue towing capacity.
Nissan Rogue Towing Capacity Specs
The 2018 Nissan Rogue has a towing capacity of 1,102 pounds and a payload capacity of 900 pounds. There’s also the available class I tow hitch receiver, ball, ball mount, and four-pin tow harness.
Nissan Rogue Performance Features
The standard Nissan Rogue engine is a 2.5L I-4 that’s paired with a 2-speed CVT auto-manual transmission that gets an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26 mpg for city driving and 33 mpg for highway driving. The Nissan Rogue horsepower is 170, and it delivers 175 lb-ft of torque.
This compact crossover has standard front-wheel drive or available all-wheel drive. It also features standard 17-inch alloy wheels and an independent rear multi-link suspension with anti-roll bar.
Test Drive the Nissan Rogue at Beau Townsend Nissan
If you’d like to know more about this SUV, explore our inventory online or visit our showroom in Beau Townsend Nissan to speak to a member of our sales team, take a test drive, and compare it to other models like the Nissan Murano.
Learn More About the Nissan Rogue Features
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