The popular Nissan Rogue has undergone some extensive updates for the 2021 model. These updates are designed to make the Rogue more stylish and advanced than ever before. These updates are intended to make the Rogue a top small SUV choice in its segment. Powdersville drivers will love everything it has to offer.

A Comprehensive Redesign

On the Rogue's exterior, the small SUV receives sharper lines to give it a more futuristic appearance. That includes updated LED lights and a bolder expression of Nissan's V-Sport grille.

On the inside, the Rogue has updated the center console to provide a more upscale appearance. The floating touchscreen is placed into the dash and below the touchscreen is the AC controls. At the bottom of the center console is an electronic shifter that allows for more room for smartphone devices. You'll stay better connected when commuting from Simpsonville to Anderson, SC.

More Passenger Space

While the overall length of the updated Rogue has shrunk by 1.5-inches, the interior actually offers more space for passengers. For example, the rear seat passengers now have more knee room and more headroom than the previous generation. Overall, the Rogue continues to offer seating for up to five passengers.

Advanced Tech Offerings

The refreshed 2021 Rogue offers more advanced tech features on higher trim levels. While the Rogue comes with a standard eight-inch touchscreen, there is a nine-inch touchscreen available on higher trim levels. Also, a head-up display system is available on the Rogue Platinum trim. Standard on the Platinum trim is the new 12.3-inch digital driver's cluster display.

Style Updates

One of the most important updates to the 2021 Rogue has to do with the vehicle's overall style cues. On the exterior, one can opt for a two-tone exterior finish that includes a black roof. On the interior, the Rogue offers quilted leather seats on the Platinum trim. These features are excellent for Greenville, SC drivers looking to stand out amount the crowd.

Advanced Driver Assist Features

Finally, many more driver-assist features are now standard on the base model. On higher trim levels, the 2021 Rogue will offer Nissan's ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous system.

You can now take a test drive of the 2021 Nissan Rogue at Benson Nissan of Easley near Piedmont, SC.

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