2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport
Those who say bigger is better have not gazed at the options within the automotive world lately. We often think of American consumers as people who love to have the most possible legroom this world has to offer, but shopping trends show this just isn’t the case. For a long time the midsize sedan was a go-to for parents, as the segment often offers budget-friendly options. What about cargo? It turns out, having enough room for all the gear many lifestyles require is a top concern, which is why crossovers are proving so popular. Roomy, affordable, but light on fuel, families love these compact options.
And Nissan now has two. What are the major differences between the 2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport? Pricing is certainly similar, although the models look very different. You might find yourself particularly torn if you appreciate the aesthetic of the Nissan Juke, but want something just a bit more spacious.
|2017 Nissan Juke||vs||2017 Nissan Rogue Sport|
|1.6-liter 4-cylinder; 188hp/177 lb-ft||Engine||2.0-liter 4-cylinder; 141hp/147 lb-ft|
|96 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||87 cu. ft.|
|22.9 cu. ft.||Cargo Volume||10.5 cu. ft.|
|28 city/32 highway||Fuel Economy||25 city/32 highway|
Is the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport better than the 2017 Nissan Juke?
When it comes right down to it, the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport and 2017 Nissan Juke are very different vehicles. The Nissan Juke is intended to be a fun and exciting option, with customizable exterior options and a powerful turbocharged engine, but it’s also a lot smaller than 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport, which is a stylish yet practical model for families.
Looking at fuel economy, the models are almost matched, although the turbo in the Juke allows it to make some ground in efficiency, particularly because of the vehicle’s smaller size.
Features are also a primary concern for drivers, and both models have a variety of options. Both vehicles have standard power mirrors, manual air conditioning, power locks and remote keyless entry, although the Rogue Sport has controls for the tailgate, while the Juke has built-in turn mirror-mounted turn signals and LED daytime running lights.
The best way to decide between two vehicles is to view both in person and get behind the wheel. We have both the Nissan Rogue Sport and Nissan Juke here at Glendale Nissan, so be sure to stop on by.