2021 Nissan Rogue


Nissan Rogue, which will come with a 2.5 atmospheric gasoline engine with a power of 181 hp, is built on the company’s CMF-C / D platform. Although it looks more imposing and muscular, the vehicle is actually more compact, 38mm shorter and 5mm lower than its predecessor. The front of the vehicle features a larger V-Motion grille and split headlight design. At the top, thin LED daytime running lights, which look quite compatible with the grille, are used at the bottom, with corner lights that look like they are integrated with vertical air inlets. When we look at the 2021 Nissan Rogue from behind, we see that the sharp lines in the current model are replaced by softer touches. In this area, a spoiler supporting the sporty appearance of the vehicle and new taillights are noteworthy. Black plastic and bright gray attachments used at the bottom of the bumpers and skirts are also combined with metallic roof rails.

The safety package called Safety Shield 360 in the vehicle is standard at all equipment levels. Features include automatic emergency brake with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning system, lane departure warning, rear cross traffic warning, and high beam assist. In addition, driver fatigue detection and the adaptive cruise control that comes with ProPilot Assist are also available in safety technologies. The vehicle looks more premium with the materials used, while the 8-inch infotainment screen is included as standard, while the higher-resolution 9-inch screen has been added to the option list. The 7-inch digital display screen on the front of the driver comes as standard. There is a 12.3 inch digital display screen and 10.8 inch color heap-up display system at the upper hardware levels.

Engine: 2.5-liter 4-cylinder
Power: 181 hp
Torque: 181-lb-ft
Transmission: Cont variable automatic
0-100 kph: 7.5-8.7 sec
Weight: 3,350-3,650 lb


2021 Nissan Rogue
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