USA TODAYPublished 9:00 AM EDT Jun 15, 2020Nissan on Monday revealed a redesigned version of the Rogue, one of the most popular SUV vehicles in the country.The 2021 Nissan Rogue is set to go on sale this fall, boasting improved safety systems and design inspired by the Nissan X-Motion concept vehicle, which debuted at the 2018 Detroit auto show. It’s the first redesign for the vehicle since 2014, which was a highly successful makeover that eventually helped the Rogue surpass the Altima as Nissan’s most popular model. The Rogue was the third-best-selling SUV in the country in 2019, trailing only the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V, with sales of 350,447 vehicles, according to car-buying site CarGurus.com.”When considering its prior success, the new Rogue will be critical for Nissan and this refresh will likely help the brand gain total share as well as share in the ultra-competitive compact SUV segment,” George Augustaitis, director of industry analytics at CarGurus, said in an email.The best-seller in Nissan’s lineup, the Rogue attracts a wide range of buyers. But with significant improvements in the back seat for the 2021 model, it’s targeted particularly at millennials with kids.”Although their primary focus is on the comfort and safety of their family, they really want to stand out in the crowd,” said Jared Haslam, Nissan’s vice president of product planning. “They really want the design to be stylish.”When do new cars come out?: You’ll have to wait to buy 2021, as automakers delay next year’s modelsRats!: Unusual rodent engine problem has suddenly become ‘super common’With a more upright grill, a more horizontal hood and a back end that’s more squared off, the new Rogue aims for a “stronger stance and presence,” Haslam said. Nissan will no longer offer a version of the Rogue with a third-row starting with the 2021 model year, Haslam said. But the company will continue to offer the more compact Rogue Sport.The automaker is “always considering” an electric or hybrid version of the Rogue but won’t offer one right now because it wants to keep the vehicle affordable, he said.Nissan will release pricing details later this fall. The 2020 Rogue ranges in price from about $25,300 to $33,000, according to car-research site Edmunds.Its features include:Heated rear seats.Pretension loaders on the seatbelts in the back row, matching the safety feature that’s historically been limited to the front row. Nearly 90-degree rear door openings for ease of entry and exit.Rear-door sunshades.A nook behind the wheel arch in the trunk for easy transport of gallon milk jugs.A redesigned chassis.A 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine with 181 hp and an estimated 28 to 30 miles per gallon. It’s the only powertrain option for the vehicle.Updated ProPilot Assist system, which is optional and provides partially automated driving in highway lanes. It now includes a longer camera range to enable smoother braking and steering assistance. The upgraded system can now automatically handle bumper-to-bumper traffic with stops of up to 30 seconds without driver intervention, up from three seconds before. It also offers traffic sign recognition to enable adjustments to new posted speed limits.Nissan’s “Safety Shield 360” system, which includes blind-spot warning, rear-cross traffic alert, and high-beam assistance.Five two-tone color options, in addition to normal single-color options.The vehicle will be assembled at Nissan’s plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, and a plant in Japan.Follow USA TODAY reporter Nathan Bomey on Twitter @NathanBomey.