Nissan Rogue gets ProPilot Assist Feature its first US car with semi-autonomous driving


Nissan’s rogue crossover utility vehicle can come with the choice of its ProPilot Assist driver-assistance and other technology perks for the 2018 model year when it goes on sale later this month beginning just below $25,000. The rogue is Nissan’s top-selling vehicle for the 2017 model year.


ProPilot-1ProPilot Assist is Nissan’s foundation for future totally autonomous vehicles, providing assisted steering, braking and accelerating during single-lane highway driving, all with a two-button operation. it’ll come with the 2018 Rogue’s sl grade as a part of the platinum Package. coming standard on all versions is NissanConnect integration with Apple CarPlay and android auto, plus navigation services, via a 7-inch color touch-screen display. also available ar moving-object detection technology, radar-based blind spot warning, lane departure warning and standard automatic emergency braking.


The company is upgrading its midnight Edition Package, introduced earlier this year, with a black V-motion grille and black front and rear fascias, plus additional “blackout” features available later. It’s offered on the SV grade in Magnetic Black, Gun metallic and Pearl White exterior colours.


Inside, the 2018 rogue gets the EZ Flex seating system and Divide-N-Hide cargo system for storage, plus optional premium tan leather seats with special quilted leather inserts.


ProPilot2The rogue can come with standard front-wheel-drive or optional all-wheel-drive configurations. All models get a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 170 H.P. and 175 pound-feet of torque, constant as in previous models. It’s matched with Nissan’s Xtronic transmission in a standard Sport Mode and Eco switches. Fuel economy maxes out at a projected 26 mpg city, 33 mpg highway and 29 mpg combined for the front-wheel-drive versions, and slightly lower for AWD.


Nissan last redesigned the rogue for 2014 with 3 rows. The 2018 model goes on sale October. 24.


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