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Nissan is hard at work on redesigned versions of its Armada and Murano crossovers, but it can't forget the smaller Rogue. And luckily it hasn't, with the automaker revealing a healthy set updates for its popular compact crossover. The most notable changes include a rugged new face and, you guessed it, more screens.





Exterior changes aren't drastic, but they mostly center around creating a more rugged appearance. The updated V-Motion grille takes after those seen on the latest Versa and Sentra sedans, replacing its chunky chrome outline with thinner slats on the grille. The front and rear bumpers have been cleaned up with reworked intakes, and the LED signatures on the taillights have been tweaked slightly. Meanwhile, the range-topping Platinum trim makes for an even tougher look with gloss black accents on the bumpers, wheel arches, and side skirts, along with blacked-out 19-inch wheels. The SUV's color palette adds Everest White Pearl, Deep Ocean Blue Pearl, and Baja Storm, and there are some snazzier two-tone paint options to choose from.





Inside, the Rogue is the first Nissan to offer Google Built-in within its enlarged infotainment system. This means that apps such as Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the Google Play Store come pre-loaded onto the vehicle. It's reserved for higher trims, however, as it only comes standard on the SL and Platinum trim levels. Models with Google Built-in also benefit from a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital gauge display, along with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless smartphone charger, and 4 USB-C ports. Cheaper S and SV trims, meanwhile, make do with the older 8-inch display, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto require a cord. All Rogues come with the Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite of safety features, while the fancier trims benefit from even more equipment.




Powertrains go on untouched, with the same turbocharged 1.5 liter four-cylinder engine under the hood. This powerplant makes 201 hp and 225 lb-ft of torque, which is sent through a CVT transmission to either the front wheels or all four, depending on which trim you choose. The new Rogue still holds out from offering a more efficient hybrid powertrain, even though it's already offered in the visually-identical X-Trail that's sold overseas.


While pricing hasn't been announced just yet, we'll find out closer to its launch in early 2024.


Image Credits: Nissan
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Oct 20, 2023
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2024 Nissan Rogue Gets A Rugged Facelift, Adds Google Built-In Tech

The updated Rogue will reach dealer lots by early 2024.

Nissan is hard at work on redesigned versions of its Armada and Murano crossovers, but it can't forget the smaller Rogue. And luckily it hasn't, with the automaker revealing a healthy set updates for its popular compact crossover. The most notable changes include a rugged new face and, you guessed it, more screens.





Exterior changes aren't drastic, but they mostly center around creating a more rugged appearance. The updated V-Motion grille takes after those seen on the latest Versa and Sentra sedans, replacing its chunky chrome outline with thinner slats on the grille. The front and rear bumpers have been cleaned up with reworked intakes, and the LED signatures on the taillights have been tweaked slightly. Meanwhile, the range-topping Platinum trim makes for an even tougher look with gloss black accents on the bumpers, wheel arches, and side skirts, along with blacked-out 19-inch wheels. The SUV's color palette adds Everest White Pearl, Deep Ocean Blue Pearl, and Baja Storm, and there are some snazzier two-tone paint options to choose from.





Inside, the Rogue is the first Nissan to offer Google Built-in within its enlarged infotainment system. This means that apps such as Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the Google Play Store come pre-loaded onto the vehicle. It's reserved for higher trims, however, as it only comes standard on the SL and Platinum trim levels. Models with Google Built-in also benefit from a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital gauge display, along with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless smartphone charger, and 4 USB-C ports. Cheaper S and SV trims, meanwhile, make do with the older 8-inch display, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto require a cord. All Rogues come with the Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite of safety features, while the fancier trims benefit from even more equipment.




Powertrains go on untouched, with the same turbocharged 1.5 liter four-cylinder engine under the hood. This powerplant makes 201 hp and 225 lb-ft of torque, which is sent through a CVT transmission to either the front wheels or all four, depending on which trim you choose. The new Rogue still holds out from offering a more efficient hybrid powertrain, even though it's already offered in the visually-identical X-Trail that's sold overseas.


While pricing hasn't been announced just yet, we'll find out closer to its launch in early 2024.


Image Credits: Nissan

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