Nissan Rogue Comes with a New Face: Also Includes Google Integration
Rogue, Nissan's best-selling model, draws attention with its new design and technology. The facelift version of the current model, released in 2022, offers innovations in both exterior and interior. The compact crossover, known as X-Trail in Europe, carries Nissan's V-motion grille in a more sophisticated way. Additionally, thanks to Google integration, drivers can benefit from Google services without needing their smartphones.
Light Makeup in Exterior Design
Nissan Rogue appears with a slight make-up in its exterior design. At the front, the V-motion grille, which has a more complex design, attracts attention. This grille is shaped harmoniously with the renewed bumpers. The headlights have also gained a sharper appearance. At the rear, the inner graphics of the stop lamps have been revised.
Google Integration in Interior
Nissan Rogue also offers a significant innovation in the interior. This innovation is Nissan's first model to offer Google integration in its interior. This feature comes with the 12.3-inch touch screen that comes standard on SL and Platinum models. In this way, drivers can access services such as Google Maps, Google Assistant and Google Play without connecting their smartphones to their vehicles.
No Technical Change
No significant technical changes have been made under the Nissan Rogue. At the heart of the vehicle is a three-cylinder, 2022-liter turbocharged engine that has still been used since the 1.5 model year. This engine produces 201 horsepower and 306 Nm of torque and is offered with a continuously variable transmission that transmits its power to the road quickly and smoothly.
Prices Will Be Announced Closer to Launch
The renewed Nissan Rogue will be available in America in 2024 with S, SV, SL and Platinum trim levels. Prices will be announced closer to the launch. What is the vehicle that will be sold under the name X-Trail in the European market? zamThe future is not yet clear.