For the price paid (4-5K off MSRP and 0% financing, plus other stuff) I think its a pretty good deal. For those of you who are comparing this to a CR-V and Rav-4 etc.. keep in mind that the 2019 Rogue has the same physical footprint (but 2 inches more narrow) than a 2014/2015 Kia Sorento. This isn't a super compact vehicle (although it feels like one) .. it's just as big as CUV's from a few years ago. Granted, the Sorento has a lot more interior hauling room, the Rogue has incredible 2nd row seats and space for passengers there.
The tech on the Rogue is pretty phenomenal. If you can afford it, I suggest going with the 2019/2020 premium package that gives you a sunroof AND darn good LED headlights. Stock headlights are pretty poor in the rain... as are most vehicles.
I'm only around 300 miles on the vehicle but its a great Nissan for sure.
To put this into perspective, we were looking at Honda Passports (so darn close to buying that) and CR-Vs (90' doors and tons of interior trunk space), Toyota Rav4 (finally looks pretty good again) and Highlander (meh), and the Kia Telluride (drool) and Sorento (can't stand the new dash bump out flow .. I really liked the dash from 2014/2015). The Rogue was a one off "we should probably take a look at what Nissan has to offer". It was an instant win for the wife and I. Granted, it isn't going to tow anything at all compared to a V6 and the roof rails seem a bit weak at 100lbs each) but it is a great all around vehicle. The 170HP 4 banger does pretty well and I can overlook the CVT feeling of yore by putting it into sport mode or driving with the shifters.