Nissan's 2019 Rogue adds new safety and driver assistance tech, and keeps the base model at 2018 pricing levels.
 - Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's 2019 Rogue adds new safety and driver assistance tech, and keeps the base model at 2018 pricing levels.

Photo courtesy of Nissan.

The retail price for Nissan's base 2019 Rogue remains unchanged, while the automaker's new Safety Shield 360 advanced driver assistance tech offered on the SV and SL trim grades adds about $200 to last year's comparable models. Nissan has also released pricing for its 2019 Rogue Hybrid.

Nissan is introducing its Safety Shield 360 on the 2019 Rogue, which includes six technologies. Three of these are standard equipment only on SV and SL. The base S includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive headlights (High Beam Assist), and a lane departure warning as standard equipment. SV and SL add rear automatic braking enabled by a sonar system, a blind spot warning, and a rear cross traffic alert.

Nissan's front-wheel Rogue retails for $25,795 for S, $27,215 for SV, and $32,385 for SL. All-wheel drive adds $1,350 to the price tag.

The 2019 Rogue also adds a new Special Edition package for S with styling upgrades and new Premium package for SV that adds the ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving feature and electronic parking brake. ProPilot Assist will be standard on SL. All models will add the new Rear Door Alert technology to alert drivers exiting the vehicle about objects on the rear seat.

Nissan will offer its Rogue Hybrid in four regions of the U.S. — West, Northwest, Mountain, and Mid-Atlantic — as an SV or SL model. The front-wheel model will retail for $28,595 for SV and $32,535 for SL.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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