The Rogue Sport looks to add to Nissan's best-selling and IIHS safety award-winning Rogue lineup by entering a compact version of the Rogue into the market. The Rogue Sport is available in three trim levels S, SV and SL. Although the Rogue Sport has but a single drivetrain option, all trims get a capable 141-horsepower 2.0L 4-cylinder engine and CVT transmission combination that achieves up to 32 mpg on the freeway when in front-wheel drive form.
The Rogue Sport S comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, remote keyless entry, Easy-Fill Tire Alert, Bluetooth integration, LED daytime running lights, satellite radio, a 7-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth connectivity.
The mid-level SV trim adds roof rails, push-button start, heated front seats, a 6-way power adjustable driver's seat and dual-zone climate control.
The top-level SL is very much loaded, adding unique 19-inch wheels, heated leather seats and steering wheel, an integrated navigation system, remote start and Nissan's Around-View Monitor bird's-eye-view camera system.
Safety features include parking sensors, an active lane departure warning system, blind spot warning, forward and rear collision mitigation and pedestrian detection prevention.
Compact Exterior Design
Customizable Cargo Configuration
Available All-wheel Drive
Standard Advanced Safety Features
For 2021, the Nissan Rogue Sport gets carries over with minimal changes.
The Rogue Sport is priced in the middle of a crowded small-SUV category of worthy competitors. It rivals vehicles like the Mazda CX-3, Honda HR-V, and Chevrolet Trax.