Measuring a foot shorter than the familiar Rogue, the new Rogue Sport gives Nissan a competitor in the subcompact SUV category. All trims use the same pleasant, though not overly-powerful, 141-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission. We got 26 mpg overall in our tests, which doesn't stand out in the class. The Sport handles responsively and rides in a civilized manner, with cabin noise kept to reasonable levels. Connectivity features include the available NissanConnect navigation/app system with a 7.0-inch color touch screen and Siri Eyes Free. Plus, the Sport offers a 360-degree view camera, which is helpful for negotiating tight parking spaces. Starting production in February, 2018.5 model year versions will have standard forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking.
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