2018 Nissan Rogue. Nissan Rogue is still an attractive multi-purpose sports car crossover for everyone. Nissan Rogue, after three consecutive years of sales growth since the introduction of the second fully redesigned model 2014, another major step forward for 2018 with a new look, enhance the utility and an extended range of Nissan safety shield techniques.
In the expansion of the lineup, a new hybrid gasoline and electric hybrid power generation – available at two levels and a choice of front or four-wheel drive – is available for the first time in the history of Rogue. “There are many improvements made by 2018 Nissan Rogue, each designed to enhance its attractiveness with the fastest-growing sector of buyers,” said Michael Pons, executive vice president of Rogue.
In the industry “President, product planning, Nissan North America, Inc. ” The crowning achievement is the addition of the new 2018 Nissan Rogue hybrid, which increases the fuel efficiency without compromising passenger comfort or cargo utility. ” As in previous years, the Rogue 2018 provides optional 3-row / 7 passenger seats, combined with passenger flexibility and exceptional cargo with its innovative Seat Flex ™ seating system and David-N-Hyde® charging (not available with Rogue Hybrid).
The new Rogue offers an innovative exterior design – featuring a new front with integrated fog lights, bumper, Nissan V-Motion and revised headlamps with LEDs designed to enhance the strong and dynamic roving presence. In the rear, new bumpers and revised rear light lamps have been added with the distinctive Led Bumerang tail lights, while the new chrome side door moldings complement the fresh look.
New, aggressive 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels are also available on Si models, rounding off the upscale look of the Rogue. 2018 Nissan Rogue offers once again a desirable mix of compact overall size and ample interior. Details such as opening the rear door (77 degrees) rear doors to facilitate entry and exit to the rear passenger area add to their utility – along with one of the major additions of 2018, a new motion-activated motion door.
Standard on the Rogued SE and available on the 2018 Nissan Rogue SUV as part of the S-Premium package, it uses a kick sensor system to provide easy, convenient and safe operation – both open and close the rear door. Other rogue exterior features include heated body color outside mirrors with integrated turn signals available, rear spoiler, Glass privacy and roof rails. The Rogue system, which provides panoramic energy, offers a wide view of the outside world through its extended length.
Slides windshield panel inclined, while glass plate fixed wallpaper. When in open mode, the front panel chips under the second fixed plate. For a more precise engine experiment, a series of changes in the body structure was made to reduce wind, road and mechanical noise. These improvements include the preparation of additional damping materials and sound absorption materials in the ground areas and body cushions, to thicker seals, to increase the glass rear door thickness by 33 percent, as well as improved sealing, baffling sound and more.
2018 Nissan Rogue is presented in nine exterior colors: Midnight Jade, Silver Brilliant, Metal Gun, Magnetic Black, White Pearl, White Glacier, New Monarch Orange, Blue Caspian and Ruby Platte. Among the interior improvements found in the 2018 Nissan Rogue are the new D-shaped steering wheel and leather-boot sports – a shifter mode, available heated steering wheel, memory for driver seats and mirrors, remote engine start2.
Improved design features include new doors and new instrument panels, new knob design, revised central console, console cover, and new seat fabric. The result is a more premium look and feel. A new range of Platinum Regalior Interiors Pack (available on the Rogue C) is also available with leather tan seats with special padded leather accessories. The 2018 Nissan Rogue offers standard 2-row, 5-passenger and 3-row / 7 standard seats (not available with Rogue Hyper), which is possible thanks to the efficiency of internal packaging.
With its innovative Seat Flex ™ seating system, each seat except the driver folds easily down. The front passenger seat folds back, allowing the transfer of long items such as an 8-foot ladder when combined with a 40/20/40 foldable seat split second row. 2018 Nissan Rogue also provides a David-N-Hyde® innovative division system that offers 18 adjustable variations (models of only two rows, not available with the Hybrid Rogue) between cargo and passenger areas.
As I expected, the 2018 Nissan Rogue offers the same engine as its predecessor but there is one novelty – a new hybrid powertrain. The primary engine includes a powerful 2.5 liter drive system. It produces 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque. This engine comes in conjunction with the ZTronic automatic transmission with sport keys and EcoMod. Fuel economy is rated at 26/33/29 mpg for Vood and 25/32/28 mpg (City / Hue / Combined) for non-hybrid models.
The Hybrid Rogue comes powered by a combination of 2.0-liter 4-inline engine And 30KW electric motor. The engine alone delivers 141 horses and 144 lb-ft of torque while the total output system is 176 horsepower. Coupled with the ZTronic engine is good for 33/35/34 mpg (City / Hue / Combined) from fuel economy to the Vood model while I get fuel economy at 31/34/33 mpg.
Nissan car manufacturer did not issue official information on the launch date of Nissan 2018 promoted and price. However, many experts predict that it will be on the market in the fall of 2017. This crossover payment will be worth the wait. In terms of price, you should set up the same amount of money as its predecessor – about $23,000 for its basic type and about $35,000 for the fully loaded version. When it comes to the new 2018 Nissan Rogue hybrid you should pay about $3,000 on the standard model.