Nissan 2017 Rogue Sport: Not The Typical Crossover

Feb 17, 2017 09:00 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan


Qashqai, popularly known as the Rogue Sport is manufactured by the Japanese automobile company, Nissan. This year they have added the latest edition 2017 Rogue Sport on their line-up of crossover.

This year's Rogue model is shorter in the height of 5.6 inches. It is also shorter in length, but it is more proficient in tight spaces or roads. In addition, it provides a good amount of legroom for the passengers as well as a cargo space of 9 cubic feet. If it is to compare with the other crossover which has similar size, this model is more generous when it comes to space for cargo.

The 2017 Rogue Sport comes with a powerful inline-four 2.0-liter engine that can offer a horsepower of 141 and a torque of 147 lb-ft. The engine takes over the front wheels with the continuously variable automatic transmission, and it can distribute a fair power to the four wheels if it is handling an all-wheel drive.

 Rogue Sports has a single suspension from the front and its rear. It assists the wheels to have a good condition contact on the ground to provide a sporty driving experience. For entertainment and connectivity, it is capable of Bluetooth, radio satellite, a standard camera for back-up and an optional infotainment system with a 7.0 inches touchscreen display.

Nissan Qashqai or Rogue Sports is also equipped with active safety features which are the same with the 2017 Rogue. With its impressive safety shield technologies, it includes emergency braking, pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, lane departure prevention, and rear cross-traffic alert. It also comes with a LED headlights, daytime lights with switch function, high-beam assist, and the 360 view monitor with moving detection.

Though there was no specified details release, the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is expected to be out on sale in the market in the spring of this year. As for the price, no announcements yet, but it is expected to start from $20,000 to $24,760.


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