50 Cars That are Plummeting in Value


#4 – Nissan Rogue SV

Class: Compact Crossover SUV
Production: 2007-Present
Starting Price: $25,487+
Depreciation Rate: 14.1%

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The Nissan Rogue was first introduced in 2007 as a sportier alternative to more practical models from Toyota and Honda that didn’t reflect the overall Nissan market or Nissan’s loyal customers. Still in production today with three updates between 2011 and 2014 before Nissan introduced its second generation, the Nissan Rogue is the manufacturer’s best-selling vehicle in the United States thanks to its affordable price tag starting at $25,487.

Although the Rogue remains popular for Nissan thanks to editions like the Rogue Sport, the newest model updates in 2017 and 2018 have caused the vehicle’s value to slip with depreciation rates now hovering at 14.1%, which is a drastic increase compared to its former 5% depreciation rate. Today, a pre-owned Nissan Rogue in good condition with low mileage is worth around $21,895 with its true cost to own, according to Edmunds, at $34,674 after five years.