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2015 Nissan Rogue Safety and Awards

Enjoy a Confident Drive in the 2015 Rogue

If you’re looking to purchase an award winning new crossover that has an abundance of safety features without breaking the bank, look no further than the 2015 Nissan Rogue at Windsor Nissan. Not only is the Rogue an IIHS Top Safety Pick, Kelley Blue Book named it one of 10 Best All-Wheel-Drive Vehicles under $25,000.

Because the 2015 Nissan Rogue is an IIHS Top Safety pick, you’ll have the utmost confidence behind the wheel because Nissan is committed to being the leader in the world of automotive safety. This dedication goes into the engineering and design of each Nissan on the road, and it leads development of available safety technologies.

The Rogue has an available class-exclusive Around View® Monitor with Moving Object Detection to help make backing-up and parking simpler than ever before. This system works by examining the view from each of the four wide-angle cameras (in the front, rear, and side mirrors) into a compound overhead view of your Rogue. With this image, you can see your vehicles position in relation to its surrounds on all sides, which helps you avoid not only surrounding vehicles, but also helps you save your wheels from curb damage.

For added protection, the 2015 Rogue has the Nissan Advanced Air Bag System2, which includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification sensor. This sensor influences the inflation rate of the air bags depending on crash severity and seat belt usage. There are also front seat-mounted side-impact airbags2 built into the front seat backs, so they move with the occupants, and roof-mounted curtain side impact airbags with rollover sensors to provide the optimum head protection.

There’s also safety features that are developed to help speed up response time to help avoid collisions. The Vehicle Dynamic Control monitors steering and braking, and can sense when you’re over steering or understeering. It then reduces the engine speed and applies brake pressure to specific wheels3. There’s also traction control to reduce wheelspin in situations with low traction. The 2015 Nissan Rogue also has brake assist4, which helps apply maximum braking force if it detects you’re hard braking and senses you are in an emergency situation.

The Rogue also has a variety of safety features engineered to monitor your driving situation. One of these features is the blind spot warning. If a vehicle is detected in the blind spot zone5, indicators on the Advanced Drive-Assist® Display and on the side mirror will illuminate. If you have your turn signal on with a vehicle present, a chime and a blinking indicator will alert you of its existence. There is also the Lane Departure Warning6, which uses the rearview camera to monitor lane markers. If you begin to stray from your lane, this system will alert you with audible and visible cues.

On top of these features, there’s also the advanced all-wheel-drive system that can tell if you’re cruising or cornering. It also senses a loss of traction under your wheels and redirects torque automatically. For even more confidence, the Roque is equipped with Active Ride Control, Active Trace Control7, and Active Engine Braking.

With so much safety technology, it’s no wonder why the 2015 Nissan Rogue is an IIHS Top Safety Pick. To see these great safety features, and so much more, visit Windsor Nissan today to take the 2015 Rogue out for a test drive. 

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1 Available feature. AutoPacific Segmentation. 2015 Rogue v. ’14 and ’15 competitors, Midsize Compact Class. Parking aid/convenience feature. Cannot completely eliminate blind spots. May not detect every object and does not warn of moving objects. Always check surroundings and turn to look behind you before moving vehicle.

2 Air bags are only a supplemental restraint system; always wear your seat belt. Even with the occupant- classification sensor, rear-facing child restraints should not be placed in the front-passenger’s seat. All children 12 and under should ride in the rear seat properly secured in child restraints, booster seats, or seat belts according to their size. Air bags will only inflate in certain accidents. See your owner’s manual for more details.

3 VDC, which should remain on when driving except when freeing the vehicle from mud or snow, cannot prevent accidents due to abrupt steering, carelessness, or dangerous driving techniques. Always drive safely.

4 Brake Assist is only an aid to assist the driver and is not a collision warning or avoidance device. It is the driver’s responsibility to be in control of the vehicle at all times.

5 Blind Spot Warning is not a substitute for proper lane change procedures. The system will not prevent contact with other vehicles or accidents. It may not detect every vehicle or object around you.

6 LDW operates only when the lane markings are clearly visible. Speed limitations apply. See owner’s manual for details.

7 Active Trace Control cannot prevent accidents or loss of control. It is the driver’s responsibility to be in control of the vehicle at all times.