If you’re in the market for a great crossover, it can be hard to pick the right one for you when there are so many great options out there. It’s even more tricky to figure out the difference between vehicles like the Nissan Rogue and Rogue Sport, so here’s an easy guide to deciding which one fits your needs!
The biggest difference between the Nissan Rogue and the Rogue Sport is that the Sport is a bit smaller. This also comes with a less powerful engine, a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder as opposed to the regular Rogue’s 2.5-liter. The Rogue may have a few more horses than the Rogue Sport, but the Sport’s easier handling and better fuel economy make it a great choice as well.
Interior Space and Features
The Rogue Sport isn’t lacking in space, but you definitely get more with the larger Rogue. Again, more size may be unnecessary or even cumbersome depending on where you drive, but some drivers need the extra cargo room for their family, vacations, and more.
The Rogue has a few more standard features than the Rogue Sport, but ultimately there aren’t that many differences in features. Both come with available Divide-N-Hide storage system, Nissan Intelligent Key, and NissanConnect® with Navigation. The Rogue does come with driver assist features like Blind Spot Warning that aren’t offered on the Sport.
Because the Rogue Sport is smaller, its MSRP is a little lower, making it a more affordable option for drivers on a budget. The price difference isn’t huge, though, and if you love the size and power of the Rogue, it shouldn’t be too far out of your price range either. Both crossovers are perfect for all kinds of drivers, including low-income buyers.
The Rogue and the Rogue Sport are both great vehicles that fit the lifestyles of all kinds of drivers, so it’s easy to find one that’s right for you. If you still can’t decide or you want to schedule a test drive, call us today at Nissan of Gilroy!
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