For 2018, Nissan has rolled out its latest driver-assist technology, ProPilot Assist, in two vehicles: the 2018 Nissan LEAF electric vehicle and the 2018 Nissan Rogue crossover. We spent a week in the new Rogue to test how useful and safe this new tech really is in the real world. Overall, we were pretty impressed.
The 2018 Nissan Rogue is already a pretty great crossover that remains largely unchanged from the 2017 model – it’s great enough that it’s Nissan’s volume seller in the United States. The Rogue Sport, a slightly smaller version of the Rogue, is known as the Qashqai most everywhere else in the world. Overall, the Rogue is a good-sized, well-established crossover.
Aaron is an automotive journalist living in Wyoming, USA. His background includes technology, mechanics, commercial vehicles, and new vehicle evaluations. Aaron is a member of several automotive media groups and writes for many well-known publications.