Save without Sacrifice With the Small, More Powerful 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport
Will you be one of the so-called “converts” to ramp up sales for the Nissan Rogue?
The brand is predicting a conquest of the affordable small crossover segment with its new 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport variant. Nissan expects this distinct model to convince drivers from competitor brands to come over from the dark side (no Rogue One pun intended).
The Rogue Sport hits dealerships this summer as a more athletic trim package on the rugged Rogue. It’s slated to be priced lower than the current Rogue, which should appeal to young buyers and those on a tight budget. Nissan hopes converts will transition out of small sedans, looking for more capability, more driving confidence, and more cargo-carrying capability.
The Rogue is already making waves in the market. This past April, the Rogue compact crossover was the most popular non-pickup nameplate in the industry, most notable for the second time this year. We encourage you to stop by the Balise Nissan of Warwickshowroom to see what all of the fuss is about and take your favorite Rogue model for a test drive.
You can learn about the differences between the original Rogue and the Rogue Sport variant via the video comparison above.