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2021 Nissan Rogue: What You Need to Know

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By John M. Vincent of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 13:   Nissan recently pulled the curtains back, unveiling a complete redesign of their most popular model in the U.S. The 2021 Nissan Rogue takes on a bold new look, while adding a vast array of standard and available technologies for both drivers and passengers.    All 2021 Rogue models will come equipped with what Nissan calls the most standard safety technologies in the class, featuring their Safety Shield 360 included on all trim levels. Upper trim levels can be fitted with the company’s ProPilot Assist partially automated driving system.    The 2021 Rogue’s interior has been fully revamped, with the focus on making the ride better for both front and rear seat passengers. The compact SUV seats five in two rows.    We’ll look at the new Rogue in detail on the following pages. Note that the information from the launch event is preliminary, and specifications may change as the Rogue gets closer to production.

Nissan Redesigns Their Top-Selling SUV

Nissan recently pulled the curtains back, unveiling a complete redesign of their most popular model in the U.S. The 2021 Nissan Rogue takes on a bold new look, while adding a vast array of standard and available technologies for both drivers and passengers.

All 2021 Rogue models will come equipped with what Nissan calls the most standard safety technologies in the class, featuring their Safety Shield 360 included on all trim levels. Upper trim levels can be fitted with the company’s ProPilot Assist partially automated driving system.

The 2021 Rogue’s interior has been fully revamped, with the focus on making the ride better for both front and rear seat passengers. The compact SUV seats five in two rows.

We’ll look at the new Rogue in detail on the following pages. Note that the information from the launch event is preliminary, and specifications may change as the Rogue gets closer to production.

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