• 2010 Nissan Rogue S Krom Edition prices announced

The Japanese automaker Nissan has just announced pricing for the special edition 2010 Rogue S Krom, a supped up CUV that gets a few cosmetic upgrades to set itself apart from ordinary crossovers and is now available in dealer’s showrooms across the country with prices starting at $23,940 for the base model Rogue S FWD Krom Edition and climbs all the way up to $25,140 for the Rogue S AWD Krom Edition.

The new Nissan Krom edition is based on the 2010 Rogue S and adds a set of brilliantly finished aluminum alloys wrapped in 225/60 Continental Conti 4x4 Contact tires before adding a unique grille to match the rims along with an aggressive front fascia complete with integrated fog lights. In the back, the Nissan Rogue Krom edition includes a boldly styled rear sport fascia with integrated center exit exhaust down low and a color matched rear spoiler up top. The body colored theme continues with the power side mirrors on the exterior while on the inside a Krom emblem and steering wheel mounted audio controls complete the Krom equipment modifications.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today announced pricing for the 2010 Nissan Rogue S Krom(TM) Edition, a special sporty version of Nissan’s popular crossover SUV. The new Rogue S Krom(TM) is on sale now at Nissan retailers nationwide, joining the 2010 Nissan Rogue lineup that went on sale in late August.

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices are:

  • Rogue S FWD Krom Edition - $23,940 USD
  • Rogue S AWD Krom Edition - $25,140 USD

The new Rogue S Krom(TM) Edition is designed to offer a unique dimension to traditional compact sport utility vehicles with its aggressive sport styling, exclusive 17-inch wheels and a center-exit sport-tuned exhaust. Built on the solid foundation of the Rogue S, the Krom(TM) Edition adds 17-inch brilliant finish aluminum-alloy wheels with P225/60R17 Dunlop ST20 Grandtrek or Continental Conti 4x4 Contact tires and a unique grille embedded in an aggressive front fascia with integrated fog lights.

In the rear, the Krom(TM) Edition includes a boldly styled sport fascia with integrated center-mounted exhaust, a body-colored rear spoiler and rear privacy glass. Body-colored power outside mirrors, a Krom(TM) emblem and steering wheel-mounted audio controls complete the Krom edition equipment modifications. The Rogue S Krom(TM) Edition is offered in three exterior colors - Venom Red, Wicked Black and Gotham Gray.

Like every 2010 Nissan Rogue, the new Krom(TM) Edition is offered with a standard 170-horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, Nissan’s advanced Xtronic CVT(TM) (Continuously Variable Transmission), Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), 4-wheel disc brakes with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and six air bags. Rogue fuel economy is rated at 22 mpg City/27 mpg Highway for 2-wheel drive models and 21 mpg City/26 mpg Highway for all-wheel drive models.

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  (592) posted on 11.30.2010

Isn’t 23 grand a little bit too expensive for a small CUV that only runs for 22 mpg? I mean compare it to Toyota’s 2008 Rav 4. It may not be faster but it goes cheaper and runs longer. Although its performance is not as comfortable and its luggage room is quite the same, since most SUV lovers are moms, who needs the power?

  (417) posted on 03.21.2010

Honestly, I didn’t like the rogue. Nissan has killed the reputation build by X-Terra.

  (406) posted on 02.14.2010

I don’t think that people will be going for this car for that price. If I had that much money, I’d probably go for a Rav 4 or a CRV. Well, I don’t know, must be just my choice.

  (763) posted on 01.11.2010

I don’t think it’s too expensive on a SUV car by the way and I don’t think a car like this is for the moms out there ONLY. I mean for what I know big boys love it especially when pulling someone off, you know what I mean. Anyways the color seems to be good but I think it’s better if it’s covered on a high glossy finish.

  (569) posted on 12.14.2009

Good price for a car that is so nice. Although the design and chassis is common, the performance and the durability is there. On some point, I will throw few bucks for customization of this car.

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