The Nissan Rogue crossover SUV is a fun car to drive around town. In this car, you experience the luxury comfort of a SUV and the fuel economy of a car. The Rogue has great functionality. Its stylish exterior design, muscle engine and finely tuned suspension set this car apart from others in its category. It has a small cargo space but tremendous towing ability. Extra capacity can be achieved by attaching a trailer to the back of the car. For this to occur, you need a trailer hitch from CARiD to connect the car to the trailer. CARiD carries different types of trailer hitches including weight-distribution hitches, weight-carrying hitches, Gooseneck hitches and 5th wheel hitches. Your choice will depend on your vehicle’s towing capacity. Avoid towing above your cars weight class as this increases the risk of damaging your vehicle.
Nissan Rogue trailer hitches are durable and resilient products. They have a black powdered coating that prevents corrosion from taking place. Trailer hitches are also strong enough to withstand the pressure that comes from traveling on rough terrain. They are suitable for use under situations of extreme weather such as heavy snow and extreme heat. Trailer hitches are designed to fit specific vehicle makes and models in a precise manner. They are designed to bolt right onto your vehicle with minimal resistance. They come fully welded and require no adjustments to install on your vehicle. All you need is a set of the right tools to set up successfully. Furthermore, the manufacturers provide an instruction manual with each purchase and carry an assortment of accessories considered vital for the installation. They also provide a nationwide limited lifetime warranty guaranteeing against defects in quality and workmanship in the product. This means that they are ready to defray the costs of repair or replacement should defects arise during the warranty period.
Here at CARiD we have a loyal set of customers, and they are very involved with their cars. That means using them in many ways, or racing them or towing them to car shows on trailers. They know towing, is what we’re saying. And 1 of them left a number of reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. We know you’ll feel the same way after towing your toys around, whether it’s a race car, a trailer full of quads or motorcycles or personal watercraft or full-on camper. CARiD has the parts you need to support your hobby!
- Bully® - Chrome Hitch Cover with Nissan LogoStarting at: $27.24$27.24
- Draw-Tite® - Class 3 Max-Frame Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $144.98$144.98
- Reese® - Class 3 Professional Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $144.98$144.98
- Hidden Hitch® - Class 3 Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $144.98$144.98
- CURT® - Rear Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $140.24$140.24
- Autogold® - Chrome Hitch Cover with Nissan LogoStarting at: $33.40$33.40
- Cequent® - Class 1/2 Ball Mount for 1-1/4" ReceiversStarting at: $24.95$24.95
- CURT® - Class 1/2 No Drop Ball Mount for 1-1/4" ReceiversStarting at: $17.87$17.87
- Bully® - Black Steel Ball MountStarting at: $18.00$18.00
- Smittybilt® - Chrome Class 3 Hitch Ball with 1" ShankStarting at: $8.99$8.99
"Took a little longer than expected to arrive, but my guess is that it was due to the heavy weight of the box. Item arrived undamaged, though I doubt it would have made a difference in this case. Installation was mostly straightforward except for one issue, a muffler bracket was slightly in the way preventing the holes from lining up perfectly. I had to use a grinder to notch the corner of the bracket to accommodate, but 10 minutes later after the notch and a blast from a can of rustoleum spray paint the first side was bolted in no problem. On my Rogue particularly one side of the existing frame holes were rusted and took quite a bit of cleaning out to be able to thread the provided bolts, but that was my car's issue and nothing to do with the product. All in all, installation on this is definitely above beginner as the need for breaker bar to loosen old rusted bolts and need to slightly modify the product with tools that the average Joe may not have puts this solidly in the "intermediate" category in my opinion. Otherwise the item is solid and well built, definitely can take the rated load, and once modified fit perfectly to the existing bolt holes in the frame. I'm completely satisfied with the product at the price paid."