Nissan has yet to confirm whether the Rogue will get ProPilot Assist, but who's kidding whom?

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ProPilot Assist is activated by thumbing the blue button, -then tapping "Set" on the cruise control. Easy-peasy.

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The center stack lets you know whether ProPilot Assist is active, and you can set the amount of space you want between you and the vehicle you are following.

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Over 50,000 miles of testing has been done on ProPilot Assist, much of it out of Nissan's suburban Michigan test center.

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Cunningly disguised test vehicle.

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ProPilot is a hands-on system. Take your hands off, and the system will grow increasingly angry with you before slowing the car to a stop.

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