Nissan revealed the updated RogueSeptember 10, 2016
As part of a major revision for the 2017 model year, the popular Nissan Rogue crossover now includes the widest range of available advanced technology features ever.
Nissan Rogue is still equipped with a 170-horsepower 4-cylinder engine capacity of 2.5 liters and 237.3 Nm of torque. But buyers can now choose a hybrid setup, which included running 4–cylinder engine capacity of 2.0 liters. The total capacity of the system is 176 hp It is equipped with a stop-start function and brake energy recovery system.
According to Nissan the average consumption of the hybrid front-wheel drive crossover in city mode will be 7.13 liters per 100 km on the highway 6.72 liters and 6.92 liters in the combined cycle with front wheel drive. For all-wheel drive variants these figures are 7.59 / 6.92 / 7.13 liters, respectively.
The hybrid propulsion system is offered exclusively for the 5-seater version of the SV and SL crossover assembly.
Externally, the updated Rogue differs modified grille V-Motion, gives it similarities with the new Nissan Murano. The crossover also received an upgraded optics and bumpers. Access to the boot is facilitated thanks to the electric drive door is activated by movement.
Two additional Safety Shield technologies that are newly available for 2017 are Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) and Forward Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection. Intelligent Cruise Control uses radar to maintain a set distance between the Rogue and the vehicle ahead, even braking to help maintain that distance.
Both Intelligent Cruise Control and Forward Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection are optional for Rogue SL as part of the new Platinum Package – along with Lane Departure Warning, Lane Departure Prevention and new 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.
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