Difference between 2017 Nissan Rogue and 2017 Rogue Sport
By now you’ve probably heard that Nissan will soon be releasing the Rogue Sport, which is the U.S. version of the Qashqai. With a release date set for some time this spring, we’ll quickly be seeing the new model here at Glendale Nissan. Before it arrives, we’re looking at the difference between the new 2017 Rogue Sport and the tried and true 2017 Nissan Rogue.
Major differences between Nissan Rogue Sport and Rogue
One of the main things you’ll note is that the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is a smaller model. Design differences are subtle, but mostly the model manages to offer the same aggressive stance, but in a more compact size.
As you can see, the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport doesn’t offer as much roominess as the Rogue, making it a solid option for urban environments or for single drivers who prefer more cargo space than a car, while retaining efficiency specs.
Some available and standard features will be different, but we won’t know full details until closer to a release date. We do know there will be available Intelligent Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, High Beam Assist, remote start, Around View Monitor, leather seating and much more.
Once trim breakdowns are revealed, we’ll be updating here at the Glendale Nissan Blog, so stay tuned.