Nissan's Rogue Hybrid increases $780 for the 2018 model-year, and it will add several new features including Apple CarPlay and a few driver assisting features on the top trim model. The vehicle is on sale now.

In its second year, the front-wheel-drive Rogue Hybrid will be available in the SV and SL trim grades with optional all-wheel drive on either one. The base model Rogue Hybrid SV FWD retails for $27,995, which includes a $975 delivery fee.

For 2018, the vehicle is adding the NissanConnect infotainment system with CarPlay and Android Auto across the lineup and an additional USB port inside the front center console box. The new model also offers a motion-activated liftgate.

The SL grade adds adaptive cruise control (Intelligent Cruise Control), a lane departure warning, a lane keeping system (Intelligent Lane Intervention), and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

Related: Nissan Rogue Hybrid Starts at $27,180

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