Nissan Rogue crash test results don’t impress NHTSA expertsFebruary 20, 2021
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (one of the regulatory agencies in the United States) has aired the 2021 Nissan Rogue crossover for safety.
Based on the results of all tests, the Nissan model scored only four stars overall and received a meager two stars when assessing the safety of the front passenger. At the same time, it is emphasized that the problem with a low rating applies only to cars that rolled off the assembly line of a plant in Kyushu, Japan before January 28 of this year.
This is about 50 thousand compact SUVs. The company has now improved the front passenger restraint system on all new Rogues. NHTSA specialists have not yet tested such an upgrade. The new Rogue will be tested again in May.
In general, in the latest crash tests, the Rogue has withstood accidents in a side impact with dignity, gaining excellent points in all tests.
In rollover tests, the crossover received four out of five stars. Another advantage of the novelty is the ProPilot active safety system.
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