Nissan has updated the infotainment system and now features standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The facelifted version includes a new signature on its LED daytime running lights.
The front fascia has been redesigned and now it includes a V-shaped form borrowed from the Murano range. A new design was adopted also for the hood, and it involves a more aggressive and bolder look. Yet, it is not such a scary vehicle to see in the rear-view mirror. More like a fast SUV which will go, more often, bellow the speed limit on the freeway and on the HOV lane.
New design features mean new colors, including a beautiful Orange Metallic and a Lime Metallic, plus a new set of 19” wheels. Being designed as an all-rounder vehicle, compact-size SUV, the safety package was put on top of manufacturer’s priority. Thus, it includes the advanced automatic braking system, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, radar-based blind-spot monitor and high-beam assist.
The engine is the same 2.0-liter unit with four cylinders as before, which delivers 141 HP. The Nissan Rogue Sport is offered exclusively with an AWD system and a continuously variable transmission, called X-Tronic.. This ensures the best gear-ratio for each speed, leading to a very low fuel consumption, up to 32 MPG (7,3 l/100 km).