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The Nissan Rogue 2024 is hitting the market with a series of improvements, starting with a new aesthetic signature. The brand\'s favorite model also receives an enhanced interior. Finally, the mechanical offering has been reduced to a single option, fortunately, the best one.

The 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine is no longer part of the Nissan Rogue\'s lineup, leaving us with the 1.5-liter 3-cylinder turbocharged engine as the standard powerplant. This is a very positive change because this engine surpasses its predecessor both in power and fuel economy. It produces 201 horsepower and 225 pound-feet of torque while maintaining an average consumption of 8.4 L/100 km in the city and 6.8 L/100 km on the highway, even in its most demanding configuration.

A Modernized Look

While the Japanese manufacturer\'s SUV retains the same overall shape, its new front end gives the impression that we\'re dealing with a completely new vehicle. The 2024 Rogue features a more elegant and sophisticated front, especially thanks to the V-Motion grille. As for the rear, it has a more balanced design. I must say I wasn\'t particularly a fan of the previous design where the rear looked like it had been put together in three parts. The new rear bumper completely changes the game, giving the 2024 Rogue a more complete and refined appearance. The Japanese manufacturer\'s SUV also offers new wheels. To top it all off, it\'s now available with a black roof.

The interior of the model also benefits from several improvements. The SL and Platinum versions now come with the Google system as standard, displayed on a 12.3-inch screen. For other versions, the 8-inch screen remains the standard. The Rogue also comes with two USB-C ports as standard.

The model\'s offering is enhanced at several levels, as the NissanConnect system trial is now offered for three years, compared to just six months previously.

The prices for the 2024 model have not yet been revealed. However, Nissan mentions that the first 2024 Rogue models should arrive at dealerships at the beginning of 2024.

Jean-Sébastien Poudrier

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