Tech-Centric Crossover | 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum Full Tour & Winter Review

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2m Dec 21, 2020

We drove the previous generation Nissan Rogue, but this new-for-2021 model takes this crossover to the next level. We go over everything you need to know about the 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum!

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Back in 2018 we featured the Nissan Rogue Platinum, one of the first Nissan vehicles we drove on TestDrive. That crossover came with the newly developed ProPILOT Assist driving aid system along with some other goodies for a compact consumer crossover. Flashforward 3 years and we're looking at the next generation Rogue with an all-new image, and packed with technology. Our Spotlight is on this 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum AWD featuring this two-tone Caspian Blue paint and tan leather interior. We go over everything that's new for this model year including the powertrain updates, suspension and mechanical, pricing, and the important features buyers want to know.

We go over some of they key features that make this new Rogue stand out, and why we feel it went from pretty much the bottom of the segment to the top of it. We take the 2021 Nissan Rogue Platinum AWD on a comprehensive road test to talk about it's real-world fuel economy and how it compares to popular crossovers like the 2020 Mazda CX-5 Signature, 2020 Jeep Cherokee Altitude, and 2020 Honda CR-V Touring. We talk about our experiences behind the wheel in terms of the ride, drive, and handling, along with the rest of what this Nissan Rogue has to offer.

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