2025 Nissan Rogue Adds Burly All-Terrain Rock Creek Edition

2025 nissan rogue rock creek
2025 Nissan Rogue Adds Burly Rock Creek EditionNissan
  • The Nissan Rogue gains an off-road-oriented Rock Creek variant for 2025.

  • The Rock Creek gets gloss black accents, an assertive grille, and a standard roof rack.

  • The 17-inch wheels are shod in Falken all-terrain tires and the Rock Creek gains hill descent control.

As SUVs have come to dominate the U.S. family car market, off-road-focused trims have become a trendy way for automakers to distinguish their crossovers from the crowd. Nissan first joined the fad with the Pathfinder Rock Creek, and for 2025 the smaller Nissan Rogue—which was just refreshed for 2024—adds its own butch Rock Creek edition to do battle with the likes of the Hyundai Tucson XRT and the Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road.

2025 nissan rogue rock creek

The Rogue Rock Creek separates itself from lesser Rogues with a bold gloss black grille that sports three silver-accented rectangular trim pieces above a red Nissan logo. Lava Red accents also appear on the front bumper, the standard roof rack, and the 17-inch black wheels. Those wheels are wrapped in 235/65R-17 Falken Wild Peak all-terrain tires. The Rogue's menacing look is further accentuated by gloss black side-view mirrors. Four colors are available: Everest White, Super Black, Boulder Gray, and Baja Storm.

On the Inside

The Rock Creek's seats are decked out in a water-repellent leatherette wearing Lava Red stitching and a Rock Creek logo. The dashboard features piano black trim, and the all-terrain special also gains heated front seats and a 12-volt outlet in the cargo hold. The camera system has a new Off-Road View that works at speeds up to 12 mph to help drivers avoid pesky rocks and other hindrances, and the Rock Creek also adds hill descent control. An optional package brings extra goodies such as a wireless charging pad, heated steering wheel, auto-dimming rear mirror, and interior LED ambient lighting.

2025 nissan rogue rock creek

For 2025, the Rogue also receives ProPilot Assist 2.1, Nissan's latest driver-assistance suite. Optional on the SL and Platinum grades, the system allows for hands-off single-lane freeway driving where the Rogue modulates acceleration, steering, and braking. A lesser version of ProPilot Assist—which uses adaptive cruise control and steering assist—is standard on the SV and Rock Creek, while the SL and Platinum have the same setup but can use navigation information to adjust the speed based on the road ahead.


The 2025 Rogue SL and Platinum also get an upgraded surround-view camera system that improves visibility thanks to 3D rotation around the vehicle. An optional Technology package can also add two extra vantage points: a wide 176-degree front-facing view and Invisible Hood View, which uses the cameras to project a view of the roadway under the engine bay on the screen.

The 2025 Nissan Rogue will go on sale later this summer, with pricing to be announced nearer to the Rogue's arrival at dealerships. The Pathfinder Rock Creek is roughly $18K more than the base S model, so we expect the Rogue's off-road edition to bear a price tag in the high $40,000 range.

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