A little Japanese flair for the next Nissan Rogue?Jan. 15
Nissan's Rogue an ongoing surpriseJan. 8
Nissan's 'Star Wars' sequelNov. 11, 2017
NISSAN: Rogue sales surge, but Infiniti streak endsNov. 1, 2017
Nissan broadens Rogue reach with SportJune 3, 2017
Rogue pushes Nissan sales upJune 1, 2017
Rogue leads crossovers' surge as cars continue fallApril 10, 2017
Nissan seeks sequel to 'Rogue One' campaignJan. 21, 2017
First Shift: A keener Camry, a techy OdysseyJan. 10, 2017
Automakers reset product plans for new crossover, SUV waveJan. 10, 2017
Nissan feeds Rogue demand with smaller SportJan. 9, 2017
Nissan will offer a smaller version of the popular Rogue crossover -- dubbed the Rogue Sport -- in a bid to capture shoppers now considering compact sedans. The Sport is a Nissan Qashqai imported from Japan, and 12 inches shorter than the U.S.-market Rogue.
Nissan dealers feel the force of Rogue campaignDec. 29, 2016
Some dealers say Nissan's marketing strategy aimed at Star Wars fans is building brand awareness and enthusiasm around Nissan and the Rogue, though they suspect it may be the popularity of the Rogue crossover alone driving actual sales.