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The award-winning Rogue returns to Duluth with a host of terrific updates that have already attracted a lot of attention from critics and shoppers alike. Most notable, the Rogue gains a hybrid model this year, offering even more fuel efficiency to eco-conscious buyers. The compact SUV also adds even more amenities and safety tech to its long list of available features.
To learn more about the newest incarnation of this popular family SUV, continue reading our review of the 2017 Nissan Rogue in the Atlanta area below.
The Rogue undergoes a facelift for the new model year, which includes a new V-Motion grille design, reshaped headlights and an updated front fascia with integrated foglights. Inside, the Rogue sports redesigned features, including updated upholstery, shift knob, center console, and door and instrument panel finishers. A new Platinum Reserve interior package, as well as a heated steering wheel, driver seat memory functions, a hands-free liftgate and remote ignition, also join the long list of options available for the SUV.
Versatility is one of the SUV's strong suits, according to 2017 Nissan Rogue reviews. Available in both two-row/five-seat and three-row/seven-seat configurations, the Rogue can be customized to your specific needs. EZ Flex Seating and an available Divide-N-Hide Cargo system offer a variety of storage options. Available in three trims--S, SV and SL--the Rogue is equipped with standard Zero Gravity seats, Bluetooth connectivity, a 5-inch media interface and a USB port.
The gas-powered Rogue features the same peppy 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque. The all-new 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid in Duluth is equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and 30-kilowatt electric motor, which results in a total output of 176 horsepower. Both versions of the Rogue are paired with a continuously variable transmission with driver-selectable modes, and come with standard front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive with hill descent control.
In addition to the standard safety features like a rearview camera and hill-start assist, the Rogue can be had with various driver-assist systems called Safety Shield technologies. 2017 Nissan Rogue reviews are excited that the SUV is newly available with intelligent cruise control and forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection. Other available safety systems include lane departure warning and prevention, a 360-degree camera system and blind spot warning.
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