The NissanRogue and the NissanRogue Sport are both compact SUVs designed for active families with adventurous lifestyles. While each model has impressive dependability, safety technologies and peppy performance, there are differences between the two that you should take into consideration before selecting your next family hauler.
Both SUVs can comfortably seat up to five passengers, though the Rogue overall offers more space than the Rogue Sport. With the rear seats folded down, the Rogue boasts 70 cubic feet of cargo capacity, while the Rogue Sport offers up to 61.1 cubic feet of cargo capacity. You and your family can also spread out in the 105.8 cubic feet of passenger volume in the Rogue or relax in the 96 cubic feet of passenger volume in the Rogue Sport.
Not only does the Rogue have a larger interior, but it also has a greater exterior size than the Rogue Sport. The Rogue has a length of 184.5 inches, while the Rogue Sport has a length of 172.7 inches. As such, it’s easier to maneuver the Rogue Sport through tight spaces and into parking spaces along the street.
Powertrains and performance
The Rogue offers more power than the Rogue Sport to create a fun driving experience. The Rogue is equipped with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which reaches 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, the Rogue Sport features the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which delivers 141 horsepower and 147 lb-ft of torque. Each engine pairs with the Xtronic CVT® to have lively drives, while still having great fuel economy. On the Rogue, the transmission comes with Sport Mode for added thrills on the drive. On the Rogue Sport, the transmission offers Manual Shift Mode for smooth drives.
If your family needs lots of space for luggage and sports equipment, as well as more power, the is the right choice for you. However, if you don’t need as much space or intend to utilize the SUV for city driving, the is ideal. Check out each SUV when you visit Tilton-Jax Nissan.