2018 Nissan Rogue Kansas City MO

There's a reason behind why the Nissan Rogue has been the best-selling Nissan vehicle in 2017. This Nissan crossover has quickly cemented itself as the top vehicle in its class with its incredible space, safety, power and reliability. Now that the features for the 2018 model have officially been announced by Nissan, it is obvious that this reputation will continue on.   Continue reading to see some of the new and exciting features of the 2018 Nissan Rogue. If you work or reside in the Kansas City area, and are already considering purchasing a new Nissan Rogue, you can follow the link below to our inventory. 


The 2018 Nissan Rogue has multiple sleek and practical, but underrated exterior features that are definitely worth exploring. For example, features like wide-opening rear doors, motion-activated liftgate and more can be incredibly helpful in your day-to-day. Additional exciting exterior features include heated outside mirrors, roof rails, panoramic moonroof and much more.


There are also countless interior features in the 2018 Nissan Rogue that are perfectly designed for luxury and comfort. One of the most exciting interior features is the adjustability of the seats for cargo. Between the back and front seats, there are 18 seat variations that are possible. Additionally, the zero gravity design front seats are designed for optimized lumbar support, and are climate controlled for ultimate comfort.


One of the most exciting aspects of the 2018 Nissan Rogue is all of its state-of-the-art technological features, both for entertainment and for safety. As far as entertainment features, the 2018 Rogue has added compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. These programs allow you to sync your smartphone to the car, which makes it possible to almost fully operate your smartphone from the touchscreen of the new Rogue. As far as technological safety features, the 2018 Rogue has added the incredible feature of the advanced ProPILOT Assist system. To put it simply, this system is about as close to a self-driving car as you will currently find on the market. It reduces the amount of effort the driver needs to put forth in optimal driving situations with just the push of a button.