2017 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2017 Nissan Rogue

Bigger is not necessarily better. Smaller is not necessarily better, either. Life is not a "one size fits all" endeavor. Even in the world of crossover SUVs, which are already happy mediums between full-size SUVs and smaller sedans or coupes, not every model fits every situation. The Nissan Rogue, which is one of the most popular vehicles in the entire Nissan lineup, offers plenty of versatility, capability, and even efficiency to make it a great option for people of all walks of life. Nissan wanted to go a step farther by taking that foundation and modifying it to make it easier to navigate hectic urban settings. Enter the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport. How do these vehicles differ? Let's take a look at a comparison between the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport and the 2017 Nissan Rogue. The primary differences between these models is size. But while the Rogue Sport is physically smaller, that does not mean it doesn't carry the same spirit of adventure its older sibling has.
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2017 Nissan Rogue
141 HP Horsepower 170 HP
25/32 City/Hwy MPG Fuel Economy 26/33 City/Hwy MPG
96 Cubic Feet Passenger Volume (Without Moonroof) 105.8 Cubic Feet
61.1 Cubic Feet Maximum Cargo Capacity (Without Moonroof) 70 Cubic Feet

Compact size without the compact feeling

As you can see, the dimensions of the Rogue Sport are indeed smaller. The Rogue is 184.5 inches in length, while the Rogue Sport is 172.4 inches long. The original Rogue stands at 68.1 inches, while the Rogue Sport is a bit shorter at 62.5 inches. The interior volume and cargo dimensions have been compressed as a result, yet these numbers are still not cramped. Passengers inside the Rogue Sport may find the interior surprisingly spacious, and a number of different technology features can still be enjoyed. The 2017 Rogue Sport comes standard with such features as Siri® Eyes Free and the RearView Monitor. The original 2017 Rogue also comes standard with RearView Monitor while offering additional standard features as Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which are optional features on the top two trim levels of the Rogue Sport. The bottom line is, the 2017 Rogue Sport is a particularly good option for those who live in big cities and need to fit into tighter spots. Any way you slice it, however, the 2017 Rogue and 2017 Rogue Sport each have a lot to offer people, no matter their settings.
orange 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport exterior front
orange 2017 Nissan Rogue exterior side with palm trees
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport interior steering wheel and dashboard
2017 Nissan Rogue interior front seats steering wheel and dashboard