Nissan launches fourth generation RogueSeptember 25, 2020
Nissan has launched the fourth generation of the Rogue crossover.
The model is assembled for the United States market at the brand’s local facility in Smyrna, Tennessee. Virtual reality technologies, as well as robotization of the assembly process, enable the company to free employees to perform complex and qualified tasks. As a result, all this improves the build quality and also reduces the number of defects. Note that the premiere of the crossover took place at the beginning of this summer.
The car has largely changed in appearance, and also received more options and became one of the most technologically advanced models of the Japanese brand. The car is built on a new platform that will make it more comfortable and safe. There will be only one unit, namely a 2.5-liter gasoline “aspirated” with a return of 181 hp, which is paired with a continuously variable variator and front or all-wheel drive.
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