2020 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport
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2020 Nissan Rogue Sport vs 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport

Serving Statesboro, GA

The Nissan Rogue has a reputation for being a muscular subcompact SUV that outshines so many others in the market. People are intrigued, and of course, delighted at Nissan's announcement that the new Rogue Sport will come standard on the Sport (2019's version was optional). What else does Nissan have up its sleeve to improve the 2020 Nissan Rogue? Let's find out.


The engine is going to be the same on the 2020 Rogue Sport. You get the traditional continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) paired with a 141 horsepower 2.0L 4-cylinder engine. In other words, if you loved the 2019 Rogue Sport, you're also going to enjoy the powertrain of the 2020 model.


The Rogue Sport comes in the same trims like the 2019 version, but Nissan completely redesigned the front end to include a Vmotion grille and front bumper, bumped up the wheels to 19-inch alloy wheels, and redesigned the hood to make it more distinct and muscular. Muscle on a subcompact vehicle? You can't go wrong with that design philosophy, as it's the more muscular build that makes for a great sporty vibe.


Surprises lurk around every corner of the Rogue Sport's 2020 design. Some things are the same, such as cargo space. You'll get the same 61.1 cubic feet if the rear seats are folded down (22.9 cubic feet if the rear seats are up). That's the only thing that's the same, though, as Nissan tossed in upgrade after upgrade on the already stylish interior. Upgrades include a 9-speaker premium Bose audio system, voice recognition capability, and HD radio. We're especially happy about the voice recognition feature, as it doubles as a safety feature. Leather seating and heated seats are a more standard feature on some of the trims this year, but you can always get them optional. Nissan Safety Shield 360 is now standard on all trims of the Rogue Sport in 2020, and that's something our dealership is ecstatic about. Included in this robust suite of features are automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring, two safety features that no subcompact SUV should be without. Altogether, the new Nissan Rogue Sport does what it's supposed to do: keep features that work and upgrade features that need revamping. The 2020 Rogue Sport promises to be one of the most exciting entries to the field of subcompact SUVs today. It seats five happy people.

If you'd like to be one of the happy people driving in a Rogue Sport in 2020, please contact Vaden Nissan Statesboro today to find out more about its upgraded features and overall features. We'll be sure to give you a full tour of the exterior, interior, and area under the hood, plus take you out for a thrilling test drive to show you the amenities and comforts that this vehicle offers you on road trips and city commutes. Just call today to schedule a test drive.