Nissan Motor has redesigned its best-selling Rogue crossover, a key product in a global turnaround plan for the embattled Japanese automaker.
The third-generation compact crossover features a sleeker design, increased power and additional technology, including an enhanced version of the company’s “ProPilot Assist” driver-aid system. Nissan also added a new high-end trim to the Rogue lineup.
“It is one of, if not the most important product in our lineup,” Jared Haslam, vice president of product planning for Nissan North America, said during a Zoom media briefing. “This all-new Rogue is certainly fitting of that moniker, being the most important.”
The 2021 Rogue — available in the fall —…