The 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport on display

The Rogue Sport Doesn’t Make Sense For These 2 Reasons

Nissan introduced the Rogue Sport as an all-new model for 2017 without much fanfare. Since its initial release, critics have recognized this subcompact SUV for being easy to drive and for its ample cargo space. While the Rogue Sport isn’t a terrible vehicle, it just doesn’t make sense. Here’s why. The Rogue Sport isn’t sporty at all The …

A blue 2020 Nissan Kicks parked in front of a nice home.

3 Reasons to Pick the Nissan Kicks Over the Rogue Sport

The subcompact SUV class has become extremely crowded as consumers shy away from sedans. To be more competitive, Nissan has two relatively new options in the subcompact SUV class: the Nissan Kicks and the Nissan Rogue Sport. Both crossovers have their unique set features, but there are few reasons why you might want to pick the 2020 Kicks over the …

The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is unveiled during the 2017 North American International Auto Show
Crossover & Midsize

Nissan Rogue Sport Sales Are Drastically Lower Than the Regular Rogue

In the ultra-crowded and continuously growing SUV segment, it seems consumers are introduced to entirely new vehicle classes every few years. There are standard SUVs, crossovers, and now “CUVs,” which can — maddeningly —stand for crossover utility vehicles, coupe utility vehicles, or compact utility vehicles, depending on the carmaker and the area of the world. Making …