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The 2021 Nissan Rogue Boasts Almost Three Square Feet of Screens

As if the standard 8.0-inch touchscreen mounted to the dashboard on the 2021 Nissan Rogue isn’t enough, the automaker offers almost three square feet of display space including a high-resolution setup on higher-trim versions.

The 8.0-inch screen alone is pretty good tech for the entry-level version of a five-seat SUV like the Rogue. Rivals typically start much smaller, like the 5.0-inch display fitted to the base Honda CR-V and the 6.5-inch screen Subaru includes on its base Forester. Additionally, the Rogue comes standard with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, as well as two types of USB inputs – Type-A for conventional devices, and the smaller Type-C for newer devices. Type-C is becoming more and more common, and is just starting to trickle into cars. Both ports are illuminated, too, and all but the base Rogue S include a pair of additional ports for rear-seat riders. Read our 2021 Nissan Rogue Review

Optional on the Rogue SL and standard on the Platinum is a 9.0-inch screen with a high-resolution display that offers crisp imagery. Wireless Apple CarPlay compatibility comes with this setup, too, eliminating the need for a cumbersome cord. This larger display is paired with a Bose audio system with a subwoofer as well as a standard navigation system that can work directly with the ProPILOT Assist driver-assistance system, too. Input a destination and the ProPILOT Assist system can automatically slow the Rogue down for highway exits, or it can lower the Rogue automatically if it detects a change in the posted speed limit.

The standard Rogue instrument cluster features a wide digital display for numerous trip computer and settings functions. It’s located between the electroluminescent analog gauges that relay vital data to the driver.

Opt for the Rogue Platinum and Nissan swaps in a fully digital instrument cluster measuring 12 inches at its widest. This user-configurable display changes its appearance based on the selected drive mode, and it can be dimmed for more comfortable nighttime driving.

You may not think of your windshield as an additional screen, but it can be one with the head-up display Nissan includes on the Rogue Platinum. This system projects information such as your current speed, the posted speed limit, and various driver assistance system data directly in front  of the driver’s eyesight. The head-up display isn’t visible to passengers, and its semi-transparent display isn’t distracting. Find a 2021 Nissan Rogue on Autotrader

Andrew Ganz
Andrew Ganz
Andrew Ganz is an author specializing in helping in-market consumers get the most bang for their buck -- and the best car, while they're at it. When not virtually shopping for new and used cars, Andrew can probably be found under the hood of a vintage classic that's rapidly losing fluids.

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