Smaller and slightly less expensive than the Rogue, the subcompact 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport is designed to appeal to young singles and older empty-nesters. Although the Rogue offers a nice balance of price, accommodations and good fuel economy, without features like Apple CarPlay or a turbocharged engine, the Rogue Sport takes a back seat to some better-equipped competitors.
New Features and Revisions
Introduced just last year, the 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport sees only minor tweaks to its optional equipment. The SV Premium and All-Weather packages are combined to form the SV Technology package, while the SL Premium package acquires the contents from the previous Platinum package.