Nissan Roox gets updated for 2024
Nissan has begun refreshing its model range to bring it in line with its latest brand identity, which involves merging the radiator grille with the headlights among other things. The Roox is the latest model to receive the brush-up, with the sales set to start in June.
It is safe to say the facelift was a low-effort job for Nissan. The front bumper and the grille now work together to form a V shape, but that’s about it. The whole compact van looks somewhat more aggressive while staying the same size as before.
The interior is completely unchanged, unless you count the new trim options. Customers in Japan can now order a heated steering wheel, video cameras for side mirrors and moisture-resistant seat upholstery.
The engine lineup is still represented by a naturally aspirated engine making 52 PS (51 hp / 38 kW) and a turbo mill rated at 64 PS (63 hp / 47 kW). Both are mild hybrids.
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