Photo of semi-autonomous ProPilot steering wheel button courtesy of Nissan.

Photo of semi-autonomous ProPilot steering wheel button courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan will add its semi-autonomous ProPilot Assist driving feature to its Rogue Sport subcompact SUV by the end of the year. Nissan added the feature to the 2018 Rogue that arrived earlier this year.

The feature debuted on the 2018 Leaf that arrived in January.

Nissan will also offer the feature on the Qashqui in Canada.

ProPilot Assist helps a driver maintain lane control, navigate stop-and-go traffic, maintain a set speed, and set a distance from the vehicle ahead.

Nissan is offering a late model year Rogue Sport with a 2018.5-MY designation that adds a few features, including automatic emergency braking and other driver-assisting features.

Related: Nissan Adds Standard Automatic Braking to Rogue Sport

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