Differences Between 2017 Nissan Rogue vs Rogue Sport

2017 Nissan Rogue vs Nissan Rogue Sport

2017 Nissan Rogue

Engine:

2.5 L I4

Horsepower:

170 hp

Torque:

175 ft-lbs

Fuel Economy:

26 city / 33 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

CVT

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Engine:

2.0 L I4

Horsepower:

141 hp

Torque:

147 lb-ft

Fuel Economy:

25 city / 32 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

CVT

2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

Serving Mechanicsburg, Harrisburg, Carlisle, Camp Hill, PA

With the introduction of the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport, Nissan has expanded the crossover sizes that it offers. The 2017 Nissan Rogue is one of the most popular vehicles in its class. Slotted just below the Rogue, the new Sport expands upon Nissan's mission to serve modern drivers. Discover how the two crossover SUVs differ at Brenner Nissan near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Performance

The larger Nissan Rogue delivers 175 lb.-ft. of torque and earns 33 mpg on the highway, thanks in part to its Xtronic transmission.* A sport mode sharpens up the handling. For even better fuel economy, the Rogue Hybrid earns 35 mpg highway.* This smart combination of engine power and hybrid technology generates 176 horsepower.

Rogue Sport editions have an inline four-cylinder engine. This powertrain generates 141 horsepower and 147 lb.-ft. of torque. An Xtronic transmission and the vehicle's lighter weight help it make the most of this power outlay. The low .33 coefficient of drag and front wheel drive also play a part in making the Rogue Sport more efficient to drive.

Appearance

The 2017 Nissan Rogue received its first big update since its introduction in 2014. A dynamic front end anchors the new, more aerodynamic body. The alterations also make the interior quieter during use. A D-shaped steering wheel, new upholstery, revised center stack, and new finishers upgrade the interior. Rogues offer standard seating for five with the unique Divide-n-Hide cargo system or seating for seven with some of the Divide-n-Hide features. Zero gravity seats and a touchscreen are standard.

The Rogue Sport is twelve inches shorter than the regular Rogue. Yet it still offers a 22 cu.ft. hold with six tie-down hooks. Divide-N-Hide is available. The Rogue Sport cabin seats five, and it was engineered to provide good headroom and legroom. Nissan's gliding wing design makes the interior feel bigger. Like the bigger Rogue, drivers sit high enough to have a commanding view of the road. It offers most of the features you will find on the regular Rogue, including power chairs, rear venting, and split-fold rear seats.

Safety

The 2017 Nissan Rogue earned a "good" rating in every category when tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Rogue SL trim with advanced headlights and crash avoidance features earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus. In fact, the car's autobrake, part of its available Intelligent Safety Shield technologies, earned a superior rating from the IIHS. You can get the advanced forward collision alert and pedestrian alert in combination with this autobrake on both the Rogue and Rogue Select. Lane departure warnings can be strengthened by an active assist. Intelligent Cruise Control utilizes next generation technology to regulate the crossover's speed, allowing it to stop, slow or go as traffic allows. The SUVs also offer Nissan's Around View Monitor. This system reveals the perimeter of the car and uses moving object detection to warn the driver about pedestrians, rolling shopping cars and other dangers. Supplementing these features, Nissan offers a monitoring system for the blind zone and rear cross traffic.


You are invited to test drive the new 2017 Nissan Rogue or Rogue Sport at our Mechanicsburg Nissan dealership. Find the right-sized crossover for your lifestyle at Brenner Nissan. We are located between Carlisle, Harrisburg, and Camp Hill Pennsylvania.

* 2017 EPA-estimated city/highway mileage. Actual mileage will vary.