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2021 Nissan Rogue review has seen a lot of improvements

2021 Nissan Rogue review

2021 Nissan Rogue review has seen a lot of improvements


The Nissan Rogue is one of the many new or redesigned Nissan cars to hit the market in 2021 that continues the remarkable development of the Japanese brand


New in the 2021 Nissan Rogue

The new Nissan Rogue arrives as a complete redesign for 2021. By riding on an all-new platform, Rogue is elegantly designed with 1.5 inches shorter than the model it replaces. It boasts a more luxurious cabin with available features such as padded seats in semi-aniline leather, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and a 10.8-inch screen, a first for Rogue. The driver assistance kit included in the Nissan Safety Shield 360 Package includes Blind Spot Monitor, Automatic Rear Braking, and Lane Departure Warning. Although powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine as before, the latest Rogue model has seen an 11-horsepower and six-foot-high increase in torque compared to its predecessor

The advantages of 2021 Nissan Rogue

  • Handsome styling
  • Quiet, high-quality cabin
  • Smooth ride and improved maneuverability
  • Comfortable Zero Gravity seats
  • Many standard safety features
  • Offers plenty of value

The design of the 2021 Nissan Rogue


Nissan's aspirations to Rogue are bold, and that is immediately reflected in the new visual design. Nissan's signature floating roof and the latest version of the V-Motion grille add sophistication to the angular, crowded design. New headlamps and "U" body highlights complement the new V-Motion grille to create an ultra-sleek design that is instantly recognizable from the front. Unique LED taillights at the rear and a distinctive "U-shaped" body design complete the aesthetic transformation. Base models rest on 17-inch alloy wheels, but increase to 18 and 19 inches higher in range. LED headlights and rear privacy glass are standard, while available features include an electric panoramic sunroof and motion tailgate. New "3D" tire deflectors complement the air curtain system while the active grille shutter helps control air flow into the engine compartment

Dimensions 2021 Nissan Rogue



Nissan bucks the trend of a new model being bigger than the one it replaces. The new Rogue is 1.5 inches shorter and 0.2 inches lower than its predecessor. Key dimensions are a length of 183 inches - concealing a 106.5-inch wheelbase - a width of 72.4 inches, and a height of 66.5 inches. The Rogue crossover has a minimum ground clearance of 8.2 inches. In terms of curb weight, the lightest Rogue is the base S in FWD guise at 3,371 pounds, while the heaviest version is the Platinum equipped with AWD which weighs 3,633 lbs

2021 Nissan Rogue performance

Nissan has stuck with a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder naturally aspirated power plant for the 2021 Rogue that delivers acceptable performance rather than leading in its class. It's mated to a continuously variable Xtronic transmission with paddle shifters and a manual transmission mode, with power transmission to the front or all four wheels. Outputs are now rated at 181 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque, which is roughly average for the segment but well below the power offered in the turbocharged version of the Mazda CX-5. We expect 0 to 60 mph to come in under 10 seconds, but that's not as good as many of its main competitors including the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. The Rogue is rated to pull up to a maximum of 1,350 pounds, which is an improvement over its predecessor but still not the top of the class, especially when the RAV4 manages up to 3,500 pounds in specified trims

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