New 2023 Nissan Rogue Sport ( Overview ). As more information becomes available, we’ll update this story with details about:
– Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
– Infotainment and Connectivity
– Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
– Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
Safety tech comes standard
Gets too expensive
After six years on the U.S. market, Nissan has discontinued its tweener-sized small SUV. For a minute, we thought a redesigned Rogue Sport was almost certainly on the way because a new version debuted in other markets (under the Qashqai name). But Nissan has instead retired the nameplate, possibly opening the door for a next-generation Kicks SUV to grow and essentially fill its place.
We’ll remember the cute crossover for its comfortable ride, many standard features, and spacious second row. But it was also slow and otherwise dynamically unremarkable. The Rogue Sport was on the pricier end of the class as well.
Nissan still has the Kicks for subcompact SUV shoppers, and for consumers in the market for a larger compact crossover there’s the Rogue. Outside the brand, other small utes include the Toyota Corolla Cross and Kia Seltos.