2022 Nissan Rogue Sport is the elder Rogue’s little brother. It boasts a lot of the same styling and features as the last-gen Rogue SUV. The Sport’s size puts it into the subcompact SUV class competing with rivals such as the Jeep Compass, Kia Seltos, and the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
Although, Nissan has made no changes to the 2022 Rogue Sport, but expects a revamp of the 2023 model, based on the stylish Qashqai sold in Europe. The cabin is spacious and sturdy, and the design is timeless, suitable for a mature audience. Passengers will have no problem with the space they need, but it lacks standard amenities like rear-seat charging ports, but it is optional for $80. The top-trim SL’s interior is handsome and luxurious too.
The Rogue Sport’s seating position is elevated, providing a captain’s deck view of the road ahead. The storage capacity is enough to satisfy heavy shoppers and is practical. The base model offers a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with uncomplicated software. Safety features like automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert are standard.
Engine, Performance, Top-Speed, 0-60 Mph & Mileage
The Rogue Sport doesn’t have the performance for its name, rather it should be named Rogue Relaxed. The four-cylinder under the hood makes 141 hp and 199 Nm of torque and is mated with a CVT automatic. The ride quality is smooth and refined cruising appeals to consumers searching for a subcompact crossover. The car has a top speed of 112 mph, with a 0-60 mph run time of 10.0 seconds. The sports have an EPA rating of 25 mpg city and 32 mpg highway.
The SV model is a great balance of value and features. The base S variant starts at $26,055 and goes all the way up to $30,685 for the top-trim SL variant.
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