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New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots – Nissan’s popular compact Crossover SUV was last redesigned for 2014 and updated to 2017, so this redesigned version should be bent over in the next 6-12 months.

We are currently expecting it to be sold at the end of 2020 as model 2021. In some markets, it will be an X-Trail, like the current generation.

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots
New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Concept, Spy Shots

Nissan Rogue is one of the most popular SUV in America, and it’s about to get RedOne. New, the third-generation Rogue will soon replace the current, second-generation Rogue, which has existed since 2014. Based on this photo, it will introduce the boxier styling and it will probably grow a bit in size. We also hope it will increase the dynamics of driving the excited and follow a new exciting trail of the Nissan Altima Sedan, with which Rogue might share some mechanical components.

This prototype is very camouflaged but the influence of the Nissan Xmotion 2018 concept can be seen peeks. Also obviously seen is taking the latest Nissan V-Motion Grille, which is now wider and sports several horizontal blades.

The Platform is likely to be the latest version of the CMF Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance design. The modular debut Platform in Rogue is currently launched for 2014 and is found in several Renault and Nissan vehicles.

The choice of powertrain should consist of inline-4 units paired with continuous variable transmission and offered with either front or all-wheel-drive configurations. Hybrid options can also be returned. Rogue currently receives a hybrid option with the 2017 update, although this option is only dropped to 2020.

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Spy Photos

New Nissan Rogue 2021 Spy Photos
New Nissan Rogue 2021 Spy Photos

Nissan Rogue 2021 Engine

A naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline-four will likely be the base engine, but we think the newer PR25DD engine of the Altima will replace the old Rogue QR25DE motor. The front and all-wheel-drive versions will be available, and the continuous automatic variables (CVT) must remain the only transmission option. Nissan can choose to offer an inline-four 2.0-liter variable-compression-ratio turbocharged in Rogue to match competitors ‘ more powerful upgrade engines, but that is not a sure bet. A Rogue hybrid model should continue, to do battle with the Toyota RAV4 hybrid.

The new Rogue seems a little higher than before, and the blunt front end reminds the concept of Xmotion from last year. Although the camouflage blurs many details, it appears as if the lights might be divided into two elements, imitating the Nissan Juke and Jeep Cherokee controversial designs. New Rogue form chunkier can cause more interior space, and it is possible that Nissan will reintroduce the third line of choice; Previously there was a seven-version passenger from Rogue available, but that option was dropped for the US market a few years ago.

Nissan doesn’t say anything official about the new Rogue yet, but we have to hear more about this new model either at the end of 2019 or the beginning at 2020, with the car going to be sold in the next year.

2020 Nissan X CrossMotion SUV

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