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Mike Ditz

The 2017 Nissan Rogue: Rogue One Limited Edition is more than a badge

This small-batch package costs just $1,990, and you get a surprising amount of stuff for that price.

I'm partial to the white one, myself.


Despite the fact that there are no cars in the Star Wars universe, Nissan went ahead and built a 2017 Rogue as part of the promotional campaign for the upcoming film "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." And it's actually pretty neat, especially if you're a big fan of the films.

The changes are purely aesthetic. The exterior features LED headlights, a black grille and lower trim piece, black rear door trim, black roof rails and D-pillar badges for both the Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire. There's also "Rogue One" branding on the front doors. It's available in just two colors -- black and white.

Inside, there are unique carpeted floor mats, illuminated doorsills with the Star Wars logo and interior accent lighting. The cup holders feature Alliance and Empire logos, as well.

That's not all, though. Along with all those visual upgrades, buyers receive a proper Star Wars collectible -- a full-size Death Trooper helmet. If you're keen on this film franchise, the helmet alone might pull your attention toward this package.

Adding this package to the Rogue costs $1,990, and it's only available on one specific trim -- the 2017 Rogue SV, equipped with the Sun and Sound Touring Package, which adds a panoramic moonroof and a Bose audio system. It's available in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. It's packing the same engine as always, a 170-horsepower I4. Blind spot monitoring and push button start are both included, as well.

Nissan will build just 5,400 Star Wars-themed Rogues -- 5,000 for the US, and a paltry 400 for Canada.