2021 Nissan Rogue
The 2021 Nissan Rogue is set to undergo massive changes from its 2020 avatar and with the SUV set to hit dealerships in the fall of 2020, there’s a great deal of noise that’s in the air with regards to what the car will offer to buyers. While Nissan is yet to announce prices for the various trims, there are several features that the manufacturer has announced, which you can get to know if you read on.
When the 2021 Nissan Rogue does arrive at dealerships, do visit us at Bruce Bennett Nissan in Wilton, CT, for a closer look and feel of the SUV. Our location makes us ideal for car owners and prospective buyers living in Danbury, New Haven, and Fairfield.
Trims On Offer
Going by what Nissan had to offer for the 2020 edition of the Rogue, you can expect four trim levels, but you’ll have to wait for Nissan’s confirmation. The 2020 edition had four trims; S, SV, SL, and Platinum. While the S was recommended for budget buyers, the SV and SL trims combined relatively reasonable prices and top-notch features. However, the Platinum was the standout trim, with a plethora of luxury features.
Engine and Performance
The 2021 Nissan Rogue is set to have the same engine as the 2020 edition - a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 181 HP. Front-wheel drive and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) are set to be standard, with all-wheel drive being optional. While the 2020 edition faced criticism for its below-par handling and acceleration, only time will tell if the 2021 edition fares better on those two fronts.
Some of the highlights of the 2021 Nissan Rogue’s design include a squared-off shift knob, storage cubbies, and a bi-level dashboard. Genuine leather upholstery is a feature available in the high-end SL and Platinum trims, while the SV model features standard cloth seating.
Driver Assistance and Safety Features
The 2021 Nissan Rogue is set to feature driver assistance in the form of the ProPilot Assist driving mode developed by Nissan. Some of the notable safety features would include pedestrian detection, automated emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.
The car’s infotainment system is also set to be top-notch, and we can certainly expect the 2021 Rogue to be a much-improved successor to its 2020 edition. To view the Rogue first-hand when it arrives, visit Bruce Bennett Nissan in Wilton, CT, near Fairfield, New Haven, and Danbury.