Nissan Rogue-Sport Model History
New and Used Rogue Sport Prices, Nissan Rogue Sport Model Years and History
All New and Used Rogue-Sport Model Years and History
Sold as the Qashqai in many other parts of the world, Nissan's newest compact crossover vehicle debuted in the United States as the Rogue Sport in 2017. Measuring 12.1 inches shorter in overall length compared to the Rogue, the Nissan Rogue Sport's exterior appearance was described as "emotional geometry" conforming to a 0.33 coefficient of drag. The sporty exterior of the 2017 Rogue Sport is complemented by a highly practical cabin. Permitting 22.9 cubic feet of cargo room with a five-passenger layout, 61.1 cubic feet of storage space are available when the rear passenger seating is folded down. Promoting flexible storage options with SV and SL trim levels of the Rogue Sport, a Divide-N-Hide Cargo System allows items to be stored securely in various fashions. The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport's propulsion came from a small, high-tech powerplant. Featuring direct injection, twin continuously variable valve timing control and Diamond Like Carbon coated valve lifters, the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generated 141 horsepower and 147 pound-feet of torque. Offered with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, a Xtronic continuously variable transmission acts to manage the delivery of engine power.