2020 Nissan Rogue Intelligent Mobility & Driver Assist


Stay safe in the 2020 Nissan Rogue on the streets of Neptune, NJ, with Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility and Driver Assist features. 





Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility system can help you stay confident, connected, and more protected while you’re driving, offering greater awareness of the road. Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility system engages in monitoring what’s in front of you, what’s behind you, and what’s on either side so that you can be safe. 


Standard features on the Rogue SV and above as part of Nissan’s Safety Chield 360 include the following: high beam assist, lane departure warning, rear automatic braking, blind-spot warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and rear cross-traffic alert. Such driver-assist innovations go a long way to prevent accidents. 


Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection will let you know when you need to slow down based on speed and distance between you and the car in front. It also directly engages the brakes so that you can avoid frontal collisions and even put a stop to movement on detecting a pedestrian in the crosswalk. 


Blind-spot warning ensures hidden zones are monitored so that you will know if there’s another vehicle there. Intelligent lane intervention prevents you from straying out of your lane while automatically activated high beam assist guides your driving. Rear automatic braking can protect the bumper, while rear cross-traffic alert can guide you in backing out of a space more easily. 


Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist offers assistance in highway traffic as well as on the open road, by steering, accelerating, or braking for you. On the open road, you can stay in your lane, and in highway traffic, the ProPILOT Assist will enable you to keep a safe distance from the car in front of you based on traffic flow. It can even bring your Nissan to a stop or bring you back to speed based on the traffic. Four cameras form a part of the Nissan Intelligent Around View Monitor, which provides rear, front, side, and overhead views. 


Dynamic drive technologies can also help you to deal with bumps, hills, and curves and include hill start assist, active ride control, intelligent engine brake, and intelligent trace control.