How long does a Nissan Rogue last?

I am thinking of buying a used Nissan Rogue. However, I don’t want to buy a used car that will only last a few years. I need to know how many lifetime miles I can expect. So, how long does a Nissan Rogue last?

Nick Kunze · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The average
Nissan Rogue
has a life expectancy of 200,000 miles—which equates to about 13 years based on the average U.S. driver.
However, it is not uncommon for a Nissan Rogue to last as long as 250,000 miles before expensive repairs become necessary, and some owners have reported even higher mileage on their Rogues! 
Regardless of age, there are ways to extend your car’s lifespan:
  • Stick to a regular
    maintenance schedule
    : This includes things like regular oil changes, tire rotations, and topping off fluid levels—but you should be able to find a car-specific maintenance schedule for the Nissan Rogue in the owner’s manual. 
  • Invest in the right
    car insurance
    policy: The average cost of full-coverage insurance on a Nissan Rogue is about $1830 per year, although rates can vary based on the vehicle’s age, mileage, and other factors like your driving record and location. 
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