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Nissan's best-selling model has been given a makeover. Here is what we know about the new 2021 Nissan Rogue so far:

Engineered To Make Family Life Easier

The newly redesigned 2021 Nissan Rogue offers a wide variety of family-friendly features. The “family hub” provides comfort and utility for everyone in both the front and rear seats. Nissan Intelligent Key has been expanded to the rear doors as well as the front. This means that a driver or passenger can now unlock a rear door with the touch of a button. By offering more room in the backseat, there is more space for car seats as well as a more comfortable ride for backseat passengers. 

Advanced Technologies

Getting information is now easier than ever in the 2021 Rogue. Inside the 2021 Rogue, you will find three high-tech digital displays. The combination of full-color 10.8-inch head-up display, 12.3-inch “Digital Dashboard” and a floating 9.0-inch touch screen display allows drivers to customize and enhance their driving experience. Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, while high-end features such as in-dash navigation or a Bose stereo system are optional. 

Safety Features

Safety is a key component in a vehicle, especially one that is known for being family-friendly. The 2021 Rogue will include the Safety Shield 360 suite of assistance systems on all models. Rear automatic braking, lane departure warning, radar-based blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, high-beam assist, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection will all be standard. 

Exterior

At first glance, you will notice Nissan's big chrome “V” grille sitting upright. According to Autoblog, it blends into upper daytime running lights, and below those are large LED headlights. The roof is available in a contrasting color fitting the design trend of the day. Nissan has also increased use of high-strength steel and has added aluminum doors, fenders, and a hood, all of which allows the SUV to weigh about 100 pounds less than the previous Rogue.


“The all-new Rogue was purposely designed to meet all of the needs of today's young families,” said Mike Colleran, senior vice president, Nissan U.S. Marketing and Sales. “Rogue is playing to win in the midsize crossover game with the ideal mix of expressive design, advanced technology, safety, comfort, and versatility.”


The new 2021 Nissan Rogue will arrive at dealerships in the fall of 2020.


 

 

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