IT’S A BEST BUY BECAUSE:
The Nissan Rogue Sport takes all the winning traits of its compact Nissan Rogue sibling and condenses them down into a nicely executed subcompact SUV.
Acceleration is only so-so, and fuel economy isn’t outstanding for the class either.
Since 2014, Nissan has sold the Rogue Sport in other global markets as the Qashqai.
The Rogue Sport is Nissan’s subcompact SUV; it slots below the compact Rogue in Nissan’s lineup, but it is notably larger than most entries in the subcompact SUV class. The Rogue Sport’s sole powertrain is a 141-horsepower 2.0-liter 4-cylinder paired with a CVT automatic transmission. Trim levels ascend through S, SV, and SL models, all of which are available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Standard features on the topline SL model include heated front seats, leather-wrapped heated steering wheel, heated outside mirrors, and 19-inch alloy wheels. Available “Nissan Intelligent Safety Shield” technologies include forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert, and a 360-degree around-view monitor with moving object detection.
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Date Posted: December 5, 2017