Nissan's ProPILOT Assist technology, available on some 2018 vehicles, could be the basis for future autonomous vehicles, according to Mossy Nissan of San Diego.
The 2018 Rogue SL, S and SV packages offer ProPILOT Assist. ProPILOT Assist will be available on the Leaf early this year as well. This safety feature helps navigate stop-and-go traffic, enabling a set distance between the Rogue and the vehicle in front of it. It also offers assistance steering and braking in single lanes of highway drives. Nissan expects this feature will be able to be added within four years for all sorts of driving environments, including city drives.
"Customers are delighted when they realize they can afford technology usually reserved for high-end, expensive luxury vehicles (like Tesla). Bringing unexpected value is core to the Nissan brand and our Nissan Intelligent Mobility mission," Michael Bunce, vice president of product planning for Nissan North America, said. "The new ProPILOT Assist technology is a perfect example of how we can make drivers feel more confident and more connected to their vehicles."
The Rogue also has the EZ Flex Seating System and Divide-N-Hide Cargo System, customizable to your needs for hauling people or cargo.
The 2018 Rogue also has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity for all trim levels.