Nissan's ProPilot system brings assisted technology to the Leaf and Rogue

Cars are getting smarter all the time, and Nissan is launching into the driver's assisted market with the new ProPilot system on the 2018 Rogue and 2018 Leaf. The ProPilot system is being called a level one self-driving system and is part of the future of the brand's self-driving technology.

ProPilot allows the Leaf and the Rogue driver the option of advanced safety features. The system allows the vehicle to control its speed, distance from other cars, and lane assistance with minimal input from the driver. Cameras are used to detect the highway markings, and then the adaptive cruise control and blind spot detection systems and lane assists warn you if you drift off course.

Future plans are to add steering, braking and accelerator assistance for multi-lane highway driving in the next two years. Four years down the line they hope to add the same technology for city driving abilities.

For more information about the ProPilot system or to see the 2018 Leaf or Rogue, contact our staff at County Line Nissan. They will be happy to answer your questions or arrange a test drive.

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