In a day and age where you can get the news, entertainment, and even your groceries at the tip of your fingers, why should your car be any different? With the Nissan Rogue, it doesn’t have to be. The Rogue was completely redesigned in the 2021 model year to have more technology and connectivity than ever.
Touch Screen Display
The Rogue comes standard with an 8-inch touchscreen that houses Apply CarPlay® and Android Auto to bring all of your favorite apps into your car. You’ll be able to navigate around Ft. Walton Beach via your preferred maps app like Google or Apple Maps or even Waze. The touchscreen uses familiar touch gestures like swiping, pinching, and tapping to navigate through the menus and apps. If you opt for a higher trim level of the Rogue, you’ll get a 9-inch touchscreen that has even more space for in-car entertainment.
Thanks to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant integration, you can accomplish tasks with just a word. You’ll also be able to connect with your Rogue via the NissanConnect Services app which lets you turn on the lights and sound the horn, lock and unlock the doors, and even start and stop the engine all from your smartphone.
The app also allows you to keep a virtual eye on your Rogue when you aren’t behind the wheel by setting alerts that let you know when your car travels outside a certain boundary, exceeds a set speed limit, or is out and about past curfew. As if this wasn’t enough, you can also use the app to search for locations by voice and have the directions sent straight to the navigation system in equipped Rogue models.
Digital All The Way
For those who want the full digital experience, the Rogue can be had with a 12-inch digital gauge cluster, a head-up display, and a wireless phone charger. Both the digital gauge and head-up display help bring pertinent information about your speed, entertainment, directions, and active safety features right into your line of sight.
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