NissanConnect – An Anticipated Feature of 2014 Nissan Rogue

A number of extraordinary and advance features are a part of the latest Nissan Rogue, which help the vehicle standout among its competitors; however, the feature that has been anticipated the most by car lovers is NissanConnect.

Rogue’s standard NissanConnect has been brilliantly integrated in the car, which combines hands-free technology, passengers’ smartphones and an optional touch-screen display, which will allow users to connect to the outside world easily. Passengers will be able to access social networking websites or music libraries, while also having the option to use applications regarding traffic, weather, navigation, etc.

For the basic apps package, NissanConnect comes with three years of complimentary service, which is a part of Rogue’s reliable and affordable technology concept.

2014 Nissan Rogue

Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc. said that the company understands the ever-increasing demand for in-vehicle connectivity systems and claimed that Nissan is setting new trends through NissanConnect, which will be available in 2014 Nissan Rogue, Sentra, Versa Note and Altima.

With Nissan’s cloud-based model that allows periodic updates and the expected launch of new apps, Nissan expects more than 1.5 million vehicles to be connected with this system by 2015.

One of the most interesting parts of this program is that it is not restricted to just the owner of the vehicle and all passengers and other drivers can tailor their experience in the vehicle according to their personal preferences by setting up their own apps. All settings and app profiles are different in each driver’s phone, which means that users do not have to share their personal account information.

The NissanConnect with Navigation system possesses a number of extremely useful features which can be conveniently used by 3D-effect map views, 7-inch touchscreen and voice recognition. On top of that, there is a high-quality navigation integrated into the Advanced Drive-Assist™ display.

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Published on: October 30, 2013

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