The 2016 model year will bring some changes for the Nissan Rogue. Since the small SUV has been enjoying tremendous success since its last refresh, Nissan wisely chose to add a few simple things instead of reinventing the wheel.
There is a new S appearance package, which adds chromed door handles and body-coloured mirror covers with integrated turn signals. On the Rogue SL, a new motion-activated sensor that opens the rear hatch has been added.
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The Rogue also benefits from an improved blind spot monitoring system and Siri compatibility on the SL and SV Premium versions. A new emergency braking system is also offered; like on other Nissan products, it scans the road ahead and will apply the brakes if it detects that a collision is inevitable, in an effort to reduce the severity.