Like the drivetrain, the 2017 Rogue's suspension is unchanged for vehicles riding on 17-inch and 18-inch wheels. For cars with the 19-inch wheels, there are slight changes to the suspension to optimally work with the bigger tires.
The Rogue's available technology menu gets a little bigger with the addition of intelligent cruise control, pedestrian detection being added to the forward emergency braking system, lane departure warning, lane departure prevention and rear cross traffic alert.
The biggest news to the 2017 Rogue lineup is the addition of a new hybrid drivetrain that will be available on both front- and all-wheel drive vehicles. The hybrid will reach Nissan dealers in December.
The new optional Platinum package adds 19-inch wheels, intelligent cruise control, land departure warning, lane departure prevention and forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection to Rogue SL models.