2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Revealed

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

The Nissan Qashqai saw great success in Europe, and now the Japanese automaker is bringing the model to the United States. While the model itself will be rolling onto our shores this spring, the name will be left across the pond. The small crossover will join the bestselling Rogue line instead.

The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport, as it will be called, is similar to the Rogue in everything but size. The standard Rogue is a foot longer and has a 2.3-inch longer wheelbase. The new Rogue Sport will sit just above the Juke and other crossovers, like the Kia Soul.

Like the standard Rogue, the Rogue Sport will boast a multilink rear suspension. The two models will also share the same grille design, wheels, and paint colors. Much of the interior is relatively unchanged between the two models as well. The smaller Rogue Sport has 61 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded compared to the 70 cubic feet of space in the standard Rogue.

The new Rogue Sport will boast a standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 141 hp. The sole powertrain comes mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

We at Haddad Nissan can’t wait for the new Rogue Sport to hit our lot later this spring!

Biggest Changes in the 2016 Nissan Lineup

2016 Nissan LineupThe automotive world is ever-changing—and ever improving at Haddad Nissan. For the 2016 model year, some of our most popular models are getting enhancements, upgrades, and tweaks that we think our customers will love. Let’s go over the major ones.

  • The Pathfinder now comes with a high-contrast Almond interior and an available Cold Package on the SV trim.
  • The 370Z Coupe and 370Z NISMO up their sound game with new Bose audio systems that include Active Noise Cancellation and Active Sound Enhancement.
  • Two new Personal Package options are coming to the JUKE, in addition to Black and Yellow Stinger Editions on the SV trim and Siri Eyes Free as a new standard feature.
  • The Rogue gets safer with Forward Emergency Braking and NissanConnect Services telematics.
  • The Altima and Sentra will be significantly refreshed.
  • Nissan will introduce the all-new eighth-generation Maxima and the diesel-powered Titan XD pickup truck

In addition, Nissan safety and connectivity systems like Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Around View Monitor, and NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps will all become more readily available across the 2016 Nissan lineup.