Nissan Rogue Refreshed for 2024, Adds Google ServicesOctober 16, 2023
The Nissan Rogue is receiving a refresh for the 2024 model year, and with the new styling comes built-in Google services.
The ‘24 Nissan Rogue is the first vehicle from the brand to feature Google built-in, including services like Google Assistant, Google Maps and other apps available via the Google Play store. Google built-in is offered as standard on the Rogue SL and Platinum grades, integrated into the 12.3-inch infotainment display.
These features can be accessed without needing to pair a device to their Rogue; however, smartphone integration is standard, be it Apple Carplay or Android Auto (wired on the S and SV trims, wireless on the SL and Platinum). If you opt for the entry-level S or next-step SV, it’s all relayed through an 8-inch infotainment system instead.
The front and rear fascias have both been altered for the new model year, the front sporting a new iteration of Nissan’s “V-motion” grille and the rear seeing new inner taillights. Satin-finished badges can be found all around. A new wheel design can be had on the SV and the Platinum, the latter also receiving a gloss-black trim pieces and a new “Chestnut brown” leather interior. The SL receives more features like a wireless charging pad and a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel to match the infotainment screen.
And that about does it. The refresh is certainly noticeable, but not exhaustive. The 2024 Nissan Rogue will start arriving at US dealerships early next year, and pricing should be confirmed as we get closer to launch.