The 2020 Nissan Rogue is a practical, value-heavy crossover that comes with advanced technologies, an array of safety features, and a brawnier look. The 2020 Rogue’s new features have given it plenty of traction in today’s marketplace.
The 2020 Nissan Rogue has a neat and practical appearance. Window lanes are high and elevate smoothly to the roof. The classic V-shaped grille is present in this lineup as well. The liftgate buttons are well-placed and easy to use. Overall, in terms of exterior, the Rogue has kept things straightforward and clean. All the new additions are thoughtfully placed, which drivers will appreciate.
The interior of the Nissan Rogue is comfortable as well as attractive. Top SL trim comes with the Platinum Reserve Interior Package, which gives an overall feel of luxury. The zero gravity front bucket seat offers optimum comfort and comes with power adjustments. The passenger seat and rear seats are also comfortable and offer adequate legroom. The lineup ranks impressively high in quality and comfort. While higher trims come with heated seats as standard, you can add these seats in base versions by paying a little extra if desired.
Additionally, the vehicle offers 39.3 cubic feet of cargo space and, when you fold the seats, the space expands to 70 cubic feet.
Engine and Performance
The 2020 Rogue comes with a four-cylinder engine, which generates 170 horsepower and comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Contrary to the 2019 lineup, there will be no hybrid engine in the 2020 models. It comes with exceptional suspension, allowing you to have a comfortable and relaxed driving experience.
The standard infotainment system in the Rogue is a seven-inch touchscreen, which is referred to as Nissan Connect. It also provides Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integrations. The menu and other buttons within the display are well-organized and designed to provide ease of use. And, as a part of a dealer-installed accessory, you can integrate 4G LTE Wi-Fi as well.
The 2020 Nissan Rogue managed to bag a rare four-star Federal Crash Test rating. In all other safety tests, the Rogue continued to perform well. Some of the most prominent safety features in the lineup include lane control, automatic emergency braking, rear-cross traffic alerts, blind-spot monitors, and high-beam assist. These safety features are integrated into all the trims of the 2020 Nissan Rogue.
The higher SV and SL models sport an expanded suite, including driver assistance features and automatic emergency braking. While they come in handy when the driver is momentarily distracted from the road, these features are far from being hands-free.
You will also find a ProPilot assist feature that helps in accelerating, braking, and steering. While it does make long drives more comfortable, it is also not a hands-free option.
With a stylish exterior, thoughtful interior, and reliable safety features, the Rogue is one the most highly coveted crossovers on the road today.