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Nissan Rogue | Improvements, Upgrades, & Changes for the 2021 Model

The popular Rogue was due for some upgrades and Nissan certainly delivered. A boxier almost truck like exterior styling, a slight increase in power to 181 HP and available AWD for around $1,400 are just the beginning.  They even completely redesigned the interior.

Critics have said the SV model provides the best mix of new features for the money with 18" aluminum wheels, 8-way power driver's seat and a 360-degree camera system. We like the SV Premium package which gets you a panoramic sunroof, roof rails and a power liftgate with an optional luxurious feeling faux leather interior upholstery. Finally, The SL and Platinum Rogues have leather interior, heated front seats and steering wheel, and three-zone climate control.

The infotainment systems and connectivity have received some serious upgrades with Android Auto ™ and Apple CarPlay ® now standard and a larger 9" digital touch-screen available in the SL and Platinum editions. The 12.3-inch digital dashboard display is unique to the Platinum model and it gets bundled with a 10.8-inch heads-up display and wireless phone charging pad.

Nissan was out to impress in the compact SUV category against the competitors like Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. Rogues new Safety features, increased investment in interior technology, and new interior design make it a better option than most other compact SUVs for the money. Do not be fooled by some manufacturers with bigger jumps in prices to add in the options that come standard on vehicles like the 2021 Nissan Rogue.

Take A Walk Around the New Rogue
 
 
The panoramic sunroof in the 2021 Rogue


All-Wheel Drive Rogue Model on a dirt road

2021 Nissan Rogue Digital Dashboard and Touch screen


Nissan Rogue For Sale With Intelligent All-Wheel Drive

You can opt for the AWD and experience the enhanced traction control and stability on challenging terrane that Rogue's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive provides. It has five modes including; Sport Mode for sharper throttle and precise steering, Off-Road for better performance in gravel or sand, Snow Mode for icy or snowy surfaces, Auto Mode to adjust to your every situation, and Eco Mode that will maximize efficiency. The Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) has a new manual mode and drivers can enjoy increased control using the wheel mounted paddle shifters. Rogue's CVT features step shifting with an increased gear ratio promoting a smoother experience.  The AWD and FWD Nissan Rogue are for sale at Anchor Nissan now!



Cool New Technology and Infotainment Systems

The new available technology satisfies the modern techy desires with available wireless charging and Apple CarPlay ®, an 8" touchscreen and 12" digital dashboard, combined with seamless connectivity known as Nissan Intelligent Mobility ™.

You have control like never before with 3 digital displays.  Head-Up Display can assist with speed, navigation and what is playing. The digital dashboard lets' you customize gauges and show maps.  Lastly, our favorite, the touch-screen display satisfies your pinching and swiping needs while giving you great options like variety of navigational tools including Nissan Door to Door Navigation, Google Maps or Waze.

Integration with your mobile device including NissanConnect Services will even allow use of voice services thru Alexa or Google Assist granting access to a variety of tasks like starting your vehicle or honking the horn from virtually anywhere!  One impressive feature most compact SUVs lack these days is the ability to connect wirelessly to Apple CarPlay®.  Nissan Rogue delivers there!

Compare 2021 Nissan Rogue Trim Levels

All 2021 Nissan Rogue Trim levels get up to 27 MPG City and 35 MPG Highway with the 2.5 DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl engine with 181 HP and 181 lb.-ft of torque. All trim levels can tow up to 1,350 lbs. Each model also has 36.5 cu. ft. maximum capacity with the rear seats in the upright position (without moonroof) and up to 72 ft. of cargo space with the rear seats down.

 New Rogue S FWD image  2021 Nissan Rogue SV trim level     
 ROGUE S  FWD
ROGUE SV  FWD ROGUE SL FWD
 ROGUE PLATINUM
 Starting MSRP $25,650
 Starting MSRP $27,340
 Starting MSRP $32,000 Starting MSRP $35,430
  • Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
  • 17" Aluminum-alloy wheels
  • Towing up to 1,350 lbs.
  • Safety & Convenience: Standard Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®
  • ProPILOT Assist
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor
  • 18" Aluminum-alloy wheels
  • Safety & Convenience: Blind Spot Intervention
  • 19" Aluminum-alloy Wheels
  • Motion activated liftgate
  • Dual Panel Panoramic Moonroof
  • Safety & Convenience: NissanConnect® with Navigation and Services and heated steering wheel
  • ProPILOT Assist with Navi-link
  • Quilted semi-aniline leather seats
  • Digital Dashboard with fully digital gauges
  • Safety & Convenience: Front, far, side and rear Parking Sensors, mood lighting
 

All New Nissan Rogue | Answers to the most searched questions

1. When is the 2021 Nissan Rogue for sale at dealerships?

The 2021 Rogue is expected to hit dealer lots in 2020 around late October to early November. Anchor Nissan's first New Rogue arrived on October 30th. Come down and check out the newest features!  We expect more to arrive in the coming weeks.

2. Which Rogue has leather seats?

The 2021 Rogue SL and Platinum trim levels have leather interior seats.  Optional faux leather upholstery is available for the SV Premium trim level.  A brand new 2021 Nissan Rogue has just arrived at Anchor Nissan in North Smithfield.  You can check it out in the showroom!
3. Where is the Nissan Rogue Made?
The Rogue is made in the US at the Smyrna plant in Tennessee. Nissan has four manufacturing plants in the United States. Three between Smyrna and Decherd Tennessee and one in Canton, Mississippi. The Smyrna plant that assembles the Rogue is the largest of Nissan's plants in the US and also produces the Nissan Altima, Maxima, LEAF, and Pathfinder models.

4. What Nissan Rogue has All-Wheel Drive?

For just $1,400 more you can have the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) version of any of the four Nissan Rogue trim levels.  Rogue Intelligent All-Wheel Drive automatically enhances traction by seamlessly transferring the balance of power between the front and rear wheels.  

5. Can Nissan Rogue tow?

The towing capacity of a new Nissan Rogue is 1,350 lbs.  The 2021 Nissan Rogue can tow 248 lbs. more than the previous models.  Features like hill start assist and Rogue's continuously variable transmission will help make light towing easy.

We recommend only towing loads like a small boat, lawn tractor, or you family's bikes and kayaks.  If you really need to tow more, you should consider checking out the Nissan Titan pickup.

6. How is the Nissan Rogue in the snow?

The Rogue All-Wheel Drive models provide great traction and can be fun to drive in the snow.  The five AWD driving modes available are Auto, Off-Road, Sport, Eco, and Snow Mode.  Choose the best option for the road you plan to travel and enjoy the driving experience.

7. Can the Rogue go off road?

The new Nissan Rogue AWD models can go off road. Rogue's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD) has five performance modes including Off-Road for better traction in dirt, gravel, and sand.

This AWD SUV will balance the transfer of power between the front and rear wheels for increased traction control in off-road conditions. Use your wits though, Rogue is no monster truck! 

The redesigned Rogue steps up it's game against competing models

Fuel Economy

The New Nissan Rogue  FWD is for sale with a combined 30mpg rating which ties as best in class with the Ford Escape and the Toyota RAV4.  If you buy it with All-Wheel Drive you only lose combined 1 mpg bringing it to 29mpg.  In the non-hybrid category that AWD rating ties the Honda CRV and the Subaru Forester for the best overall fuel economy in the class!

Cargo Capacity

Nissan's new boxier almost truck like body for the Rogue helps it rank third overall in its class with 74.1 cubic feet of cargo capacity with the rear seats down.  That's more cargo capacity than Toyota RAV4 (69.8 cu ft), Chevy Equinox (63.9 cu ft), and the Hyundai Tucson (61.9 cu ft).

Front Interior Head Room
Rogue's interior head room remains one of it's most comforting features.  Nissan was seeking to improve driving performance and give it a fresh look.  So the SUV's overall height did come down slightly but the interior head room still measures at 41.3 inches which ranks better than Toyota RAV4 at 37.7 inches and Honda's CR-V at 40.1 inches. 
Comparing The New Nissan Rogue to the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V
Features & Measurements 2021 Nissan Rogue 2021 Toyota RAV4 2020 Honda CR-V
Front Legroom 41.5" 41" 41.3"
Wireless Apple CarPlay® Available Not Available Not Available
Intelligent Around View® Monitor Available Not Available Not Available
Head-Up Display Available Not Available Not Available
Fully Digital Dashboard Available Not Available Not Available
USB-C Connectors Standard Not Available Not Available
Blind Spot Intervention® Available Not Available Not Available
Blind Spot Warning & Rear Cross Traffic Alert Standard Available Available
Standard Rear Automatic Braking Standard Not Available Not Available
Rogue has generous cargo capacity
Rogue cargo capacity with seats down can fit a bike