The Nissan Rogue naturally reconnects you with the joy of driving. It offers you a new sense of driving capabilities with its versatile interior, adaptable driving performance and stunning appearance that fits in everywhere. It all begins once you take a seat inside. The Rogue's interior cabin balances modern style with refined luxury by offering you plenty of passenger and cargo space, a collection of intuitive tech and adjustable seating. Once on the road, with each tap of the pedal, you'll feel its responsive acceleration and passing performance. By combining it with its available All-Wheel Drive system you can take on even more daring journeys with an enhanced sense of handling and traction. Of course, you'll be doing all your traveling in style as well. The Rogue's eye-catching appearance is defined by a sleek design and a variety distinct features that are located throughout its entirety.
The 2017 Nissan Rogue saw a number of updates from the previous year: While the 2016 model offered a power tailgate, the 2017 version has a Motion-Activated Liftgate. You will also see updated fascias, integrated fog lights, the V-motion grille, chrome side moldings, and revisions to the rear combination lights that include LED signature taillights in a boomerang shape. Nissan also enhanced the body to minimize all types of noise, vibration, and harshness. Inside, the front-center console has been redesigned, and the trim finishes, cloth seat materials, and D-shaped steering wheel are all new. You can now opt for a heated steering wheel and memory seats. To further enhance comfort, models at the SV and higher levels come with remote engine start and heated cloth seats, plus there is a new sport mode shifter.
Under the hood, the big news for the 2017 Nissan Rogue is the new hybrid model. This gas-electric vehicle has 176 net horsepower and a regenerative braking system. It works with the Nissan Intelligent Dual Clutch system. Another area with a long list of updates for 2017 is the Rogue's safety. The available Forward Emergency Braking now includes Pedestrian Detection, and Blind Spot Warning now comes standard on the SV trim. New features for 2017 include Intelligent Cruise Control, Lane Departure Prevention, and Lane Departure Warning.
Nissan introduced the Rogue for the 2008 model year, giving drivers a new way to look at compact SUV crossovers. It was designed to stick to the road, but available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive. The Rogue used a 170-horsepower 4-cylinder engine and came standard with cruise control, air conditioning, power controls, keyless entry, ABS, traction control, and more. For 2011, the Rogue was revised to include updated styling in the front and rear, along with more premium accessories and improved fuel economy. The exterior became sportier while the interior got higher end materials. Newly available features included a backup camera, navigation, iPod connectivity, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a USB port. The 2012 Rogue Special Edition gave drivers signature wheel designs and a backup camera.
2014 saw another new design, along with a long list of standard features. It was completely new both inside and out and got more interior space, thanks to a longer wheelbase. Just some of the standard and available features included hands-free phone, heated seats, navigation, satellite radio, vehicle dynamic control, and anti-lock braking. The forward emergency braking system and NissanConnect Services were added for 2016.
Drivers love the Nissan Rogue because it is safe, compact, and stylish. For a chance to experience several different models and get your questions answered by friendly professionals, visit Chris Myers Nissan in Daphne, AL. We are happy to help you through the process from selection to financing and long-term care for your vehicle. Contact us - or better yet, stop in to take a model for a test drive today.