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Nissan Adds Semi-Autonomous Driving System to Rogue Sport

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.

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Nissan's 2018 Rogue Hybrid Starts at $27,995

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.

Nissan Adds Standard Automatic Braking to Rogue Sport

Nissan has added automatic emergency braking as a standard feature on its Rogue Sport subcompact SUV, which it will offer as a later model year entry with a 2018.5 model year designation.

2018 Nissan Rogue with ProPilot Assist

The 2018 Nissan Rogue arrives as a very familiar vehicle with a few updates, including a semi-autonomous driving feature called ProPilot Assist that could help combat drowsy driving.

Nissan's 2018 Rogue with ProPilot Assist

Nissan's Rogue compact SUV returns for 2018 with a new semi-autonomous driving feature called ProPilot Assist that enhances the company's top-selling vehicle. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

2018 Nissan Rogue Sport Starts at $22,615

Nissan’s 2018 Rogue Sport compact SUV retails with a starting price of $22,615 and is currently on sale at dealerships nationwide, Nissan has announced.

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Nissan's 2017 Rogue Sport is based on the European Qashqai, and shares only a limited number of cosmetic components with its larger Rogue sibling.

Driving the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Nissan hosted a ride-and-drive event for its 2017 Rogue Sport compact SUV in the Nashville, Tenn., area in late April to show automotive journalists how the vehicle is different from the Rogue. For pricing, click here. Photos by Paul Clinton.

Nissan's 'Winter Warrior' Concepts

Ahead of the Chicago Auto Show, Nissan has given a Pathfinder, Murano, and Rogue an aggressive makeover, equipping them with heavy-duty snow tracks. The custom heavy-duty DOMINATOR Tracks from American Track Truck, Inc., are 48 inches long, 30 inches high, and 15 inches wide, and replace the vehicles' wheels and tires. The suspensions and wheel wells were modified to fit the snow tracks, but otherwise all drivetrain components, including the engines and Xtronic transmissions, are standard.

Nissan's Second-Generation Rogue

The Nissan Rogue is the No. 2 selling vehicle in the automaker's lineup, behind the Nissan Altima, and sales for the crossover have nearly doubled from the 2008 model-year to 144,921 units sold through September 2013, with 2013 sales up 13.6 percent to date.