The Nissan Rogue has been a very popular vehicle since its debut in 2007 with the 2008 model year. This crossover SUV earned Consumers Digest Best Buy award in 2010, as well as NHTSA's highest side-impact rating (5 stars) the same year, propelling them to the forefront of the XUV market. With so many options out there, what tires should you buy to replace the Original Equipment when they wear out?
2008-2013 Rogue S: 215/70R16
This Continental tire has great ride quality and all-season traction; plus an impressive 70,000-mile warranty.
With best-in-class ride quality, a 65,000-mile warranty and great year-round traction, this option should be high on most driver's list.
2008-2013 Rogue SL or Krom Edition: 225/60R17
With amicable ride quality, fantastic all-season traction, low rolling resistance and an outstanding 90,000-mile warranty, this tire is a top candidate for any vehicle where it's a fit.
This is a favorite in the Grand Touring All-Season category. It's easy to see why with fantastic ride qualities, a 70,000-mile warranty and excellent traction year-round. You can't go wrong with this tire!
2011-2013 Rogue SL: 225/55R18
This new tire to the market is a real game changer. The ride quality is fantastic, and the wet traction and hydroplaning resistance is the best you can find. Even when the Premier A/S is half worn, the wet traction still beats out some competitors' new tires.
2014-2015 Rogue: 225/65R17
- This O.E. tire is the only 17" run-flat available for this vehicle at present time.
2014-2015 Rogue S/SV: 225/65R17
The aforementioned Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia, Continental TrueContact and Continental CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology are all available in this size, and are excellent choices. Other great options include the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring and General AltiMAX RT43. Both of these are similar in handling and traction levels, but the Goodyear is more comfortable/quiet, while the General (according to consumer surveys) lasts a bit longer.
2014-2015 Rogue SL: 225/60R18
The Michelin Premier A/S and General AltiMAX RT43 are available in this size as well, but take a look at the Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology. Its traction is very good and the ride quality is plush and smooth.