Go on your next adventure with the reimagined Nissan Rogue. The 2021 Nissan Rogue sports a gorgeous redesign, remote start, and lane departure warning, which is perfect for 1st time buyers and experienced buyers alike.
The Nissan Rogue is offered in three trim levels: S, SV, and SL. All models, including the Rogue Hybrid, come with options for either front-wheel drive or the more winter-friendly all-wheel drive and the flexible Divide-n-Hide rear-cargo-storage system. New for the Rogue SV trim level is a motion-activated liftgate, while the SL trim gains lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. The SL also adds the ProPilot Assist driver-assist technology. Designed for highway driving ease, it helps steer the Rogue, keeping it centered in the lane while maintaining a specific following distance behind the vehicle ahead, which is especially helpful for managing stop-and-go traffic.
While the Rogue may have lost its 3rd-row capabilities,it makes up for it with the optional EZ Flex Seating System, which is great for expanding cargo space. With this system, every seat, except the driver’s seat, folds down toward the rear, making it possible to haul items such as a surfboard or ladder. Another optional package for the Rogue is the SV Sun and Sound Touring Package. This Rogue S model upgrade adds features such as a panoramic sunroof, an around-view monitor and navigation. The SL Premium Package adds LED lights and a power panoramic moonroof to the SV, while the SL Platinum Package brings an electronic parking brake, ProPilot autonomous system, Intelligent Cruise Control and 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Standard on SL models and optional on SVs is the Rogue’s motion-activated power rear liftgate that responds to a kick under the rear bumper to power the gate open or closed.</p
As for under the hood, there have been no reports of any significant changes to the powertrain. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine featured in the 2021 Rogue generates 181 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque which is more than satisfying, providing strong acceleration and a great fuel economy for the class. However, there have been rumors, but no official reports that the 2.5-liter engine may be updated, offering similar specs to that of the Nissan Altima coming out in 2019. This would mean that the Rogue could generate as much as 188 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque – but that’s a big IF. Regardless, most drivers aren’t likely to find the new Rogue disappointing when it comes to performance.
One of the best things about the Rogue is how generous Nissan is with standard features. The 2021 Nissan Rogue offered a standard 7-inch display infotainment system with smartphone integration, Bluetooth, a four-speaker audio system, and satellite radio. It also came with driver assistance features like blind-spot monitoring, forward collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and automatic emergency braking. Expect most, if not all of these features to return in the 2020 model. The vehicle also offers a spacious cabin and cargo area which should also carry over into the 2020 model. With the seats folded down, the 2021 Nissan Rogue can provide up to 70 cubic feet of space.
Current Offers And Incentives
For customers looking to pick up a Rogue, there are some great deals that can be had. Currently, Nissan is doing a Thrill Of The Drive Sales Event where you can lease a new Rogue for $229 per month for 36 months with $4,259 due at signing. If you are looking to purchase there are some great options as well. Currently, you can get up to $500 NMAC Cas as well as $500 Cash Back and $500 if you belong to the military.