2013 Nissan Rogue currently in full a process of review of 5 of the most popular models. After the Altima, now the Rogue crossover that will receive a whole new generation.
In Europe, consumers have the right to the Nissan Qashqai, which is being reviewed by the Japanese manufacturer. In North America, Nissan Rogue through our roads. These two vehicles will be reworked to inherit a look more modern, aggressive and muscle version on the big brother, the Nissan Murano.
After the Altima, we were able to admire the next Pathfinder, which was presented at the Detroit Auto Show 2012. Now, it is looking forward the next generation of the Nissan Rogue.
At the last Geneva Motor Show, the Japanese manufacturer introduced its Hi-Cross, a 7-seat crossover concept, which could herald the next generation of the Rogue. It was equipped with a hybrid engine (with a small electric motor) and a continuously variable transmission.
The new Nissan Rogue should not receive the same type of drive-train, but it should be tracing on the engines of the new Altima: a 4-cylinder 2.5-liter 180 horses and 270 horsepower 3.5-litre V6. This concept is a vision of the future for the crossovers of the mark. The constructor announced to want to “sit their leadership” in the segment of the crossovers “by exploring new opportunities”. It has been developed to cover the following Nissan vehicles: Juke, Qashqai, Rogue and Murano.
Scheduled to arrive only from 2013-2014, the new generation of the Nissan Rogue should be even more attractive than before. No other information could be filtered and it is hoped that our perspective on the next concept. And for the first time in its career, the new Nissan Rogue will be built at the United States in the Smyrna plant in Tennessee.