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2020 nissan rogue vs 2021 nissan rogue

2020 nissan rogue vs 2021 nissan rogue

For the 2021 model year, Nissan decided to completely redesign its most popular vehicle. The Nissan Rogue has long been one of the best-selling crossovers, and with a much-needed update premiering in 2021, Nissan is taking advantage of that popularity. With a redesign, it is obvious when the exterior styling has been updated, but it can be difficult to determine what other improvements have been added to a vehicle. Here is a comparison between the two model years.

 

Nissan Rogue Styling

 

Nissan Rogue Styling

 

The 2021 Nissan Rogue is chunkier than the 2020 model, but that is not a bad thing. It is an inch and a half shorter than before, but its more upright stance and heavier proportions make it seem somehow more imposing. The new Rogue styling is solid.

 

The front of the Rogue features a double V-Motion grilled which now features split headlamps unlike the 2020 model. This puts the daytime running light signature on top and the standard LED headlamps into their own pod below.

 

The 2021 Rogue also offers something completely new--two-tone colour combinations. Buyers can choose from five new tone-tone colour combinations to allow their Rogue to have an even more striking figure.

 

Family-First Nissan Rogue

 

Family-First Nissan Rogue

 

Building off some of the features of the 2020 model, the 2021 Nissan Rogue overhauled its interior to focus on a "Family Hub" design that makes the second row as comfortable as the front row. Zero Gravity seats now come standard for both front and rear passengers, there is more leg and headroom in the back, as well as standard reclining seatbacks.

 

In the cargo area, drivers will find a lever that allows the rear seats to fold down quickly in a redesigned version of Nissan's Divide-n-Hide cargo area that offers improved storage and hauling flexibility.

 

Nissan Rogue Entertainment

 

entertainment

 

The 2021 Nissan Rogue introduces a 9-inch NissanConnect infotainment screen that is the largest center screen in the compact crossover class. Drivers also have the ability to chose an optional 10.8-inch colour head-up display and either a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster or a 7-inch multi-information display .

 

The updated display will also feature four USB ports (two type C and two type-A) split between the two rows, so drivers and passengers can charge their devices while on the go. There is also an optional 15-watt wireless phone charging pad for drivers who want to skip the cord. In addition, Apple CarPlay connectivity will also be coming to the lineup.

 

Nissan Rogue Increased Performance

 

Performance

 

The 2021 Nissan Rogue comes equipped with a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine that provides 181 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque, which is 11 horsepower and 6 lb-ft more than the 2020 model year. Fuel economy is also slightly improved for the 2021 version.

 

2020 Nissan Rogue vs. 2021 Nissan Rogue

 

The 2021 Nissan Rogue redesign is an improvement on an already great vehicle. With minor touches here and major upgrades there, it perfectly addressed what was lacking on the 2020 version without straying too far from what made it popular in the first place.

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