New Car Preview: 2024 Nissan Rogue with Refreshed Looks

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Nissan has unveiled the upcoming 2024 Nissan Rogue, which boasts a refreshing facelift and a few other updates to keep the popular crossover fresh. This compact crossover, known as the X-Trail in other markets, stands as Nissan’s best-selling product in the United States, and it’s about to receive a mid-cycle update just a little over three years after the current-generation model hit production lines.

The exterior of the 2024 Nissan Rogue receives a subtle but stylish makeover. The front end features updated bumpers and a new take on the corporate V-motion grille, now adorned with a more intricate design. At the rear, the taillight graphics have undergone a subtle transformation. To add a touch of elegance, the badges now have a satin finish. If you opt for the SV grade, you’ll enjoy fresh 18-inch wheels, while the top-tier Platinum trim will come with new 19-inch alloys and glossy black body accents. Additionally, for the 2024 model year, Nissan offers a palette of new colors, including Deep Ocean Blue Pearl, Baja Storm, Everest White Pearl, and various two-tone finishes with a contrasting black roof.

The most significant changes can be found inside the cabin of the 2024 Rogue. It marks a milestone as the first Nissan model to feature Google built-in, bundled with a five-year plan. This technology is available alongside an upgraded infotainment system, showcasing a generous 12.3-inch touchscreen in the SL and Platinum models. This integration offers access to essential services like Google Maps, Google Assistant, and Google Play without the need to pair your smartphone with the vehicle.

For those who prefer Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, they are available on the S and SV grades, with wireless connectivity for the SL and Platinum. The two lower trim levels sport a slightly smaller eight-inch touchscreen for their base infotainment system. In terms of audio, all four trims come equipped with SiriusXM, with the SL and Platinum models offering SiriusXM 360L, which opens doors to a more extensive selection, including popular platforms like Pandora.

To ensure your devices remain charged and ready, the Rogue doesn’t disappoint. The base S model features two standard USB-C ports, while the SV, SL, and Platinum trims offer an additional pair located at the back of the center console. Stepping up to the SL or Platinum rewards you with a wireless charging pad conveniently placed in front of the gear lever. Regardless of the chosen trim, all Rogue models are equipped with the Nissan Safety Shield 360 array of safety systems as standard, underlining Nissan’s commitment to safety.

Under the hood, the 2024 Rogue remains consistent with the 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine introduced in the 2022 model year. This variable-compression turbocharged (VC-Turbo) engine has proven itself as a worthy successor, outperforming the old 2.5-liter unit with an impressive boost of 11 percent in horsepower and 24 percent in torque. The engine delivers a confident 201 horsepower and 225 lb-ft of torque, channeled to the road through a continuously variable transmission that has been enhanced for quicker and smoother shifting.

Car enthusiasts and Nissan fans can anticipate the 2024 Rogue to hit the market in the United States early next year. It will be available in four distinct trims: S, SV, SL, and Platinum. While exact pricing details are yet to be disclosed, the outgoing 2023 model was available at a starting price of $27,910 for the front-wheel-drive S model, with the all-wheel-drive Platinum topping the range at $38,990. With its refreshed looks, enhanced technology, and Nissan’s renowned commitment to safety, the 2024 Nissan Rogue is sure to capture the attention of both loyal fans and newcomers to the brand.


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