Billing it as “the first-ever full-size production vehicle to include Star Wars- branded elements,” Nissan pulled the wraps off of its 2017 Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition model in Los Angeles. Created in conjunction with a marketing program to accompany the upcoming Lucasfilm release of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” Nissan’s Rogue One is actually a $1,990 package of subtle but distinctive enhancements on a Rogue SV with the Sun and Sound Touring Package. Rogue One buyers – 5,000 in the U.S. and 400 more in Canada – will have their choice of Magnetic Black or Glacier White paint and front- or all-wheel drive configurations. As a bonus, they’ll also receive a full-size, collectible replica of a stormtrooper helmet.

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Regardless of their exterior color, all Rogue One models feature LED headlamps and black 17-inch alloy wheel wrapped in 225/65 tires as well as blackout trim on the grille, roof rails, door handles and rear-door edges, “Rebel Alliance” and “Galactic Empire” decals on the D-pillar, a Star Wars logo clear rear bumper protector and a Limited Edition badge on the front doors. Inside, the Rouge One kit brings a Charcoal cloth interior set off with Limited Edition-logo front floor mats, Star Wars-logo illuminated kickplates, interior accent lighting and cupholder inserts festooned with “Rebel Alliance” and “Galactic Empire” logos.

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No mechanical changes were made to the Rogue One’s powertrain, which like its less-distinguished siblings consists of a 170-horsepower/2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine matched with an Xtronic CVT automatic. 

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