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Off-road packages have become a popular way for families to feel confident about tackling those shopping center parking lots in their SUVs. But in reality, taking these things off the pavement won't go very smoothly. Nevertheless, Nissan is now jumping the rather deceiving soft-roader bandwagon with a new Rock Creek trim for the Rogue, which takes after the larger Pathfinder Rock Creek with butched-up looks and a slew of off-road-focused features.




The Rock Creek distinguishes itself from other Rogues with a scary-looking gloss black finish for the front end, along with a trio of silver-painted trim elements on the grille. Nissan has also added Lava Red accents for the front bumper, standard roof rack, and exterior branding. The crossover rides on 17-inch black wheels with a hint of red, wrapped in 235/65R-17 Falken Wild Peak all-terrain tires. There are also side mirrors in gloss black, along with an exterior color palette consisting of Everest White, Super Black, Boulder Gray, and Baja Storm.




Inside, the Rock Creek features water-repellent leatherette seating with Lava Red stitching and Rock Creek emblems, along with heated front seats and a 12-volt outlet in the trunk. The SUV's camera system also adds an Off-Road View that's actually quite handy––at speeds of up to 12 mph, it activates to help drivers steer clear from obstacles. There's also a hill-descent control feature, and an optional package adds a heated steering wheel, wireless charger, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and ambient lighting for the cabin.


For 2025, the entire Rogue lineup benefits from the addition of ProPilot Assist 2.1, which is optional on the SL and Platinum trims and features a hands-free driving feature for single-lane highways where the vehicle handles acceleration, steering, and braking on its own. The SV and Rock Creek trims stick with the standard version of ProPilot Assist, which limits things to adaptive cruise control and steering assist. The SL and Platinum build on those features with extra assistance from the built-in navigation system.


The SL and Platinum trims also receive a new surround-view camera system with a 3D rotation feature, and buyers can also opt for the Technology package for a wide 176-degree front-facing view and an Invisible Hood View. The latter of which uses the aforementioned camera system to display a view of the road that the Rogue's engine bay would otherwise block.


The 2025 Nissan Rogue will hit dealers later this summer, with pricing to be announced closer to the model's release. We expect the Rock Creek edition to be priced at the higher end of the trim lineup.



Image Credits: Nissan
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Jul 10, 2024
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2025 Nissan Rogue Dials In On The Psuedo Off-Roader Trend With Rock Creek Edition

The Rock Creek isn't much more than an appearance package with upgraded tires.

Off-road packages have become a popular way for families to feel confident about tackling those shopping center parking lots in their SUVs. But in reality, taking these things off the pavement won't go very smoothly. Nevertheless, Nissan is now jumping the rather deceiving soft-roader bandwagon with a new Rock Creek trim for the Rogue, which takes after the larger Pathfinder Rock Creek with butched-up looks and a slew of off-road-focused features.




The Rock Creek distinguishes itself from other Rogues with a scary-looking gloss black finish for the front end, along with a trio of silver-painted trim elements on the grille. Nissan has also added Lava Red accents for the front bumper, standard roof rack, and exterior branding. The crossover rides on 17-inch black wheels with a hint of red, wrapped in 235/65R-17 Falken Wild Peak all-terrain tires. There are also side mirrors in gloss black, along with an exterior color palette consisting of Everest White, Super Black, Boulder Gray, and Baja Storm.




Inside, the Rock Creek features water-repellent leatherette seating with Lava Red stitching and Rock Creek emblems, along with heated front seats and a 12-volt outlet in the trunk. The SUV's camera system also adds an Off-Road View that's actually quite handy––at speeds of up to 12 mph, it activates to help drivers steer clear from obstacles. There's also a hill-descent control feature, and an optional package adds a heated steering wheel, wireless charger, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and ambient lighting for the cabin.


For 2025, the entire Rogue lineup benefits from the addition of ProPilot Assist 2.1, which is optional on the SL and Platinum trims and features a hands-free driving feature for single-lane highways where the vehicle handles acceleration, steering, and braking on its own. The SV and Rock Creek trims stick with the standard version of ProPilot Assist, which limits things to adaptive cruise control and steering assist. The SL and Platinum build on those features with extra assistance from the built-in navigation system.


The SL and Platinum trims also receive a new surround-view camera system with a 3D rotation feature, and buyers can also opt for the Technology package for a wide 176-degree front-facing view and an Invisible Hood View. The latter of which uses the aforementioned camera system to display a view of the road that the Rogue's engine bay would otherwise block.


The 2025 Nissan Rogue will hit dealers later this summer, with pricing to be announced closer to the model's release. We expect the Rock Creek edition to be priced at the higher end of the trim lineup.



Image Credits: Nissan

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