New Nissan Rogue Signals First Shot In Comeback Campaign
After 20 months of internal and external disruptions, Nissan seeks smoother terrain with its third generation edition of its best-selling Nissan Rogue compact SUV.
The new 2021 Rogue is a few inches shorter than the current model, with a stocky exterior providing solid SUV curb appeal. Up front the signature Nissan V-motion grille is accompanied by new lighting design which separates and inverts the arrangement with the headlamps below and the daytime LED lights up top.
The 2021 Rogue reprises the earlier model 2.5 liter inline 4 cylinder plant, with 11 extra horses giving this compact contender a nice 181 horsepower kick, and modest improvement in fuel economy.
Inside the Rogue gets familiar features like signature zero-gravity seating throughout to reduce extended drive back, leg and butt fatigue.
The comprehensive infotainment system is centered in a 12.3 inch digital command cluster and topped with a sharp and brightly colored 7” or 9” screen.
The Nissan ProPilot Assist suite has been updated for Rogue upper trims, with a convergence of adaptive cruise control, advanced lane-centering steering and other features for a notably responsible approach to mainstreaming autonomous driving technologies.