• HORSEPOWER 170 HP @ 6,000 RPM
  • TORQUE 175 LB-FT @ 4,400 RPM
  • FUEL ECONOMY(L/100KM) 9.4/6.4 City/Hwy L/100 km*

Get more space than you’d expect from a small crossover SUV with the 2020 Nissan Rogue. You’ll be able to fit everything from snowboards to kid’s seats thanks to the innovative seating system, including split second-row seats so you can mix and match cargo with companions. Some of the Rogue’s trim packages also come with a Motion-Activated Power Liftgate so you’ll never struggle with the trunk again.

The Rogue keeps your cargo safe with six standard air bags, including a dual-stage supplemental front airbag system with occupant-classification sensors. Some trim models also feature roof-mounted curtain side-impacted supplemental airbags with a rollover sensor. Even the least confident driver will get a boost in the Rogue thanks to ProPILOT Assist, featuring technology like Steering Assist and Intelligent Cruise Control.

Steering assist makes staying the course easier on long drives by automatically adjusting your steering when you drift over lane markers. Nissan’s Intelligent Cruise Control makes stop and go traffic easy by detecting the flow of traffic and keeping your pre-set distance from the car ahead. It can even bring the vehicle to a complete stop when it feels traffic slow to a standstill.

Anyone interested in a small SUV, packed with technology, need not look any further.

2020 Nissan Rogue at Agincourt Nissan
dual zone automatic in the 2020 Nissan Rogue


Select 2020 Rogue packages feature the Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control System, which allows the driver and passenger to adjust the level of air conditioning on their side of the vehicle independently from the other. Nissan’s engineers made the Rogue an even more comfortable ride by including their Zero Gravity front seats. The space travel-inspired seats give better back support and include Quick Comfort heating, which focuses on quick warming by targeting specific parts of the body



Nissan’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive makes all driving conditions feel like ideal driving conditions. During slick conditions, or tight corners, the optimal amount of power is transferred to the wheel that needs the most grip, before transferring the energy back again once the Rogue is back up to speed. The system is so responsive it actually adapts 30 times faster than the blink of an eye.

dual zone automatic in the 2020 Nissan Rogue



The 2020 Rogue makes it easier to keep your eyes on the road, even while using your hands-free devices. The Advanced Driver-Assist Display is found between the speedometer and RPM gauge, making it less distracting than the center-mounted infotainment displays many vehicles have now. You’ll be able to see your incoming calls, directions, drive modes and more in a less distracting space.