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About the Nissan Rogue Sport
The Nissan Rogue Sport is an agile and capable subcompact SUV that still manages to offer some of the best cargo space in its class. Since first coming onto the market as a 2017 model, the Nissan Rogue Sport has been a highly popular vehicle among drivers who want the handling of a sedan combined with the passenger and cargo space of a small SUV. In addition to smooth handling and an abundance of cargo space, the Nissan Rogue Sport also comes equipped with a number of convenient technology features that make the Rogue Sport a real pleasure to drive. If you are in the market for an agile yet roomy subcompact SUV, the Nissan Rogue Sport is sure to go above and beyond your expectations.
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Q: Does the Nissan Rogue Sport have Apple CarPlay™?
A: Apple CarPlay™ comes standard on all trims of the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. Apple CarPlay™ is not an available option for the 2017-2018 Nissan Rogue Sport.
Q: Is the Nissan Rogue Sport all-wheel drive?
A: The 2017-2019 Nissan Rogue Sport comes standard with a front-wheel drive drivetrain. However, all-wheel drive is an available option for all trims and year models of the 2017-2019 Nissan Rogue Sport.
Q: What is the difference between the Nissan Rogue and the Nissan Rogue Sport?
A: The Nissan Rogue Sport is a smaller version of the Nissan Rogue. The Nissan Rogue is a compact SUV while the Nissan Rogue Sport is a subcompact SUV.
Q: How many passengers does the Nissan Rogue Sport seat?
A: The Nissan Rogue Sport is a subcompact SUV. It is capable of seating up to five passengers.
Nissan Rogue Sport vs Other SUVs
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2019 Hyundai Kona Limited - The 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport offers up to 61.1 cubic ft. of cargo space, which is more than 45.8 cubic ft. of cargo space offered by the 2019 Hyundai Kona Limited. The 2019 Hyundai Kona Limited, however, comes equipped with a 175 hp 1.6L turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which is a little more powerful than the 141 hp. 2.0L four-cylinder engine found in the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. The 2019 Hyundai Kona Limited also comes with features that aren't standard on the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport such as leather seats, push-button start, and a power tilt/slide sunroof.
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2019 Honda HR-V Touring - The 2019 Honda HR-V Touring offers up to 58.8 cubic ft. of cargo space, which is slightly less than what you will get with the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. Both vehicles come equipped with a 141 hp engine, though the 2019 HR-V Touring comes standard with AWD and the 2019 Rogue Sport does not. The 2019 Honda HR-V Touring also comes with a more upscale interior than the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport as well as features not found on the 2019 Rogue sport such as a one-touch power moonroof, leather seats, and a built-in navigation system.
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2019 Mazda CX-3 Grand Touring - Offering up to 44.5 cubic ft. of cargo space, the 2019 Mazda CX-3 Grand Touring is a little less roomy than the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. The 2019 Mazda CX-3 features only a slightly more powerful engine than the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport, coming equipped with a 148 hp 2.0L four-cylinder engine. The 2019 CX-3 Grand Touring also features a more premium interior and comes equipped with features not found standard on the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport such as a Bose® seven-speaker surround sound audio system, a built-in navigation system, and leather seats.
Reviews for Nissan Rogue Sport
Less than promised
Things I was looking for are not very good. I was looking for a four wheel drive car for winter weather in Chicagoland. This car does have four wheel drive but it handles terribly in the snow. I’m a very timid driver, don’t break hard or swerve, and in this car I have had the worse traction than any other car I have driven. I don’t know if it’s the tires but it does not perform well. Also the gas mileage is all over the place. Sometimes highway I will only get 20 mpg. When I bought it in October they said 27-31 highway mileage. Finally, they features on the dash are spotty and do not consistently work. It is very slow to start up the media player and usually I have reconnect a couple times. Not awful, just annoying.
- Cabin Noise: Not too loud on highway
- Seat Comfort: Heated seats are nice, leather is nice.
- Styling: It is a cute car
- Weather Versatility: Does not handle well despite the four wheel drive
- Fuel Economy: Spotty, not very good, I feel like I am always filling up.
- Power: Acceleration is not strong at all, I have to floor it hard to accelerate.
Great little SUV
I have only had this car a few months, but I am very impressed with it. It handles well and it is just the right size to fit into compact car parking spaces yet it feels very roomy on the inside. The seats are very comfortable, the engine is quiet and the backup camera gives a great view when engaged. I recently took a road trip for several hours both ways and it handled beautifully. My only "complaint" would be that I wish it had surround sound speakers, but that is minor. I would recommend this car to anyone. It's a little smaller than the regular Rogue and I like that better.
- Interior Space: Very roomy, can see well because the seat sits up nicely.
- Cabin Noise: Very quiet
- Power: The Sport is very peppy
- Technology and Entertainment: The speakers aren't surround sound, so the back seat can't hear as well.
Nearly Perfect Crossover
I need to transport mulch and 50lb bags of chicken feed. I also need to parallel park. After owning multiple compact cars which had great mileage, I wanted something with room for people and things. The Rogue Sport has a turning radius comparable to the Yaris I traded in, handles incredibly well, and is a comfy ride. At 28 combined mpg, the Rogue is only 5mpg less than the tiny Yaris. Also, it's just plain cute. The last car that I enjoyed driving as much as this was a 1995 Suzuki Sidekick.
- Ride and Handling: I'm used to much smaller compact cars, and the Rogue Sport handles like a compact. I can do a quick U-turn on a two-lane road, slide into a parking space, and navigate a tight curve easily.
- Value: I'm not picky - my priorities in a car are reliability and the ability to get me comfortably from point A to point B. The Rogue is very affordable, but also comes with a decent sound system, comfy seats, and a handy backup camera.
- Cargo Space: I love a hatchback, and the Rogue has space for groceries, gardening supplies, road tripping, and anything else I care to do.
- Visibility: There's a blind spot on the back passenger side - I have to be extra careful when merging. There's just too much car there, where I'm used to seeing more window in other vehicles.
- Interior Space: There's no way anyone is flipping their sun visor to the side without having to physically dodge it. I hit myself in the face the first time I attempted this.
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