2017 Nissan Rogue Sport In-Depth Review: Grown-Up’s Subcompact Crossover ""

By | November 3, 2017

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If the bold styling of some of its subcompact crossover peers doesn’t appeal to you, then the Rogue Sport’s grown-up appearance and interior will. Its exterior is handsome but not extroverted; its comfortable, spacious, and well-appointed interior, especially from the front seat, can fool occupants into thinking they’re riding in a larger, more expensive vehicle. Acceleration isn’t great, and driving dynamics are focused more on comfort than excitement, but the Rogue Sport makes up for these shortcomings with excellent cargo-hauling capability, a smooth ride, and above-average fuel economy. As a family car, the Rogue Sport also excels with plenty of rear-seat space for a child seat and a host of available active safety features—although most of these are limited to the expensive SL model. Whether you’re a new parent shopping for a kid-friendly crossover or an empty nester looking to downsize from a larger SUV without giving up too much utility, the Rogue Sport deserves consideration. READ MORE ››

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