• Nissan calls mid-year update 2018.5
  • Emergency braking now standard
  • Pricing starts at $22,110

 

Nissan announced a mid-year update to its recently introduced 2018 Rogue Sport, adding some safety features as standard equipment. Among the new driver assists are automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning and rear cross traffic alert on all models that the division calls 2018.5 versions. Nissan is also making intelligent cruise control a part of the SV Technology package and makes the feature standard on SL models.

“We are making automatic emergency braking standard across all grades of our best-belling models, including the exciting and affordable Rogue Sport,” said Michael Bunce, vice president of product planning for Nissan. “It’s part of our comprehensive vision for helping reduce fatalities know as Nissan Intelligent Mobility.”

Nissan Rogue Sport is available in either front- or all-wheel drive variants in three trim levels, S, SV and SL. Front-drive S models start at $22,110, while AWD versions start at $23,460. The SV begins at $23,740, with the all-wheel drive version at $25,090. The range-topping SL is priced from $27,190, with all-wheel drive at $28,540.  Destination and handling adds $975.

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