Nissan Rogue Class III CURT 13471 Trailer Receiver Hitch


  • Rated to a gross trailer weight of 3,500 pounds and a tongue weight of 525 pounds
  • Designed specifically for each vehicle to ensure a perfect fit.
  • Main body hidden for an OE appearance and easy interaction with the vehicle
  • SAE J684 safety testing was performed.
  • Exact welding for greater strength and fit
  • With a high-gloss black powder coating to keep it scratch-resistant and long-lasting.
  • Inside and out, co-cured in a liquid A-coat that resists corrosion.
  • a receiver with an open back for simple cleaning
  • Lifetime limitation on warranties
  • Made in America


The maximum weight ratings for trailer hitches are those specified by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
includes hardware for installation


How to Install a Trailer Hitch on a Nissan Rogue

A Curt 13471 trailer hitch, a few simple tools, and a little length of time are all that are needed to install a trailer hitch on a Nissan Rogue. Both the trailer hitch and the installation method described here are compatible with the Nissan Rogue of the 2021 model year.

To start using your Nissan Rogue now for towing trailers and other sorts of hitch-mounted equipment, just follow these essential guidelines.

Tools required:

Safety glasses, a 19 mm socket, and a flathead screwdriver

Step 1

The first step in installing a hitch on a Nissan Rogue (2021) is to remove the plugs from the underbody.
Before beginning the process of installing the hitch, you will need to take out the two plugs that are situated on the underbody of the car. To create the space necessary for installing the hitch, unscrew the push pins using a screwdriver that has a flat head.

Step 2

Raise the hitch into the appropriate position. You may lift your hitch now that the pins have been removed. In order for the hitch to work properly, the side plates will need to be aligned on the outside of the vehicle’s frame, just next to the two connection points.

Step 3

Set up the physical components. Install the hardware that was given to fasten the hitch to the frame of the vehicle after it has been placed in the correct location. The package includes two conical toothed washer bolts.

Step 4

Pull and turn the hitch until it is tight. Utilizing the torque wrench and the 19mm socket, ensure that all of the installed hardware is both tight and torqued in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

Step 5

Replace the push pins in their holes. To complete the installation, you will need to replace the push pins that were removed in step 1.

You should now be able to go on to the next step of hooking up your trailer hitch to your Nissan Rogue.

How much does it cost to add a hitch for a Nissan Rogue ?

Between $160 and $190 is the pricing range for a hitch that may be used with a Nissan Rogue. Rack Strap Go!  sells a variety of various types of hitches and provides a variety of sizes to meet receivers ranging in size from 114 to 2 inches. U-Haul provides hitch installation services at neighborhood U-Haul Moving Centers® and may even deliver your hitch directly to your residence.

What is the price to put a hitch on a Nissan Rogue ?

The price of installation is typically around $100, but you should confirm with your nearby U-Haul Moving Center® since charges may vary depending on your location, the brand of hitch you are fitting, and your vehicle. With more than 1,500 U-Haul locations around the nation, you can have your hitch put and back on the road quickly.

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