What could possibly be different about the 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Nissan Rogue Sport? Both versatile vehicles possess different characteristics to mesh with the very diverse needs of San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda, California, drivers. You need to know which one may be right for you, and San Leandro Nissan can tell you right here!
• Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control
• Heated front and rear seats
• Dual Panel Panoramic Moonroof
• Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control
• Heated front seats
• Power sliding glass moonroof
Here’s a glimpse of the detailed cabin dimensions:
||Rogue Sport Front/Rear
By reviewing these dimensions, you’ll know what may be best for you and your family.
• 36.5 cubic feet of cargo space
• 74.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo space
If you fold down the rear seats, you can get the maximum amount you need. Plus, you can add the Motion Activated Liftgate for easy loading.
• 22.9 cubic feet of cargo space
• 61.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo space
Again, decide what you need for storing your usual grocery order or any other gear you typically keep in your trunk.
The Rogue also offers these tech options:
• Class-exclusive wireless Apple CarPlay®
• Wireless charging pad
• Head-Up Display
In this vehicle class, the Head-Up Display boasts the largest display available.
In the Rogue Sport, Apple CarPlay® comes standard, but there’s no wireless charging pad or Head-Up Display. You may not plan to use them, however, especially if you travel around town or commute less than 20 minutes at a clip.
These devices are available:
• Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention
• Intelligent Lane Intervention
• Front, Rear, and Side Sonar System
In the Rogue Sport, you’ll be able to use Intelligent Lane Intervention in any trim, and you can choose to add Intelligent Driver Alertness.
Also, there’s no option for Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, and it only offers a Rear Sonar System. If you don’t plan to use these items, stick with the Rogue Sport.
• 2.5L 4-cylinder engine
• 181 horsepower
• 4x4 capability
It also supplies five separate driving modes with the available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD).
For drivers who want power, but do not need the 4x4 capability, the Rogue Sport uses:
• 2.0L 4-cylinder engine
• 141 horsepower
It gives you two driving modes, Eco and Sport, to personalize your performance.
With front-wheel drive (FWD) in place, the Rogue achieves an EPA-estimated 27 city/35 highway MPG.1 If you’re veering toward the Rogue Sport, it achieves an EPA-estimated 25 city/32 highway MPG.2 For those who commute long distances daily, the Rogue may be good for you, while the Rogue Sport satisfies shorter trips.
The 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Nissan Rogue Sport sound the same, but contain differences that San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda, CA, drivers should know about. To find out more, schedule a test drive of both at San Leandro Nissan today.
1. 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 27 City/35 Highway/30 Combined MPG for Rogue S FWD; 26 City/33 Highway/29 Combined MPG for Rogue S AWD; 26 City/34 Highway/29 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum FWD; 25 City/32 Highway/28 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum AWD. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.
2. 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 25 City/32 Highway/28 Combined MPG for Rogue Sport FWD; 24 City/30 Highway/27 Combined MPG for Rogue Sport AWD. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.