Thursday, May 4, 2017

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price : 2017 sports cars

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars


2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price : 2017 sports cars.Last year, the mid-size Rogue crossover became Nissan's top-selling vehicle, outdoing the Altima as it climbed close to 330,000 yearly sales. When something is drawing in that many clients, it'd be foolish not to try to build on that momentum. So, for the 2017 sit year, Nissan is expanding the brand and the introduction of the compact Rogue Sport( sold as the Qashqai elsewhere) to the U.S. grocery. It will start at $22,380, which is about 10 percentage lower than the regular Rogue.


2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars


Similar to the Rogue lineup, the Rogue Sport will have three trim ranks: the cornerstone S, the $23,980 SV, and the $27,030 SL. All three can be upgraded from front- to all-wheel drive for $1350. A USB port, Bluetooth connectivity, a backup camera, tire-pressure monitoring, and satellite radio rise rule on the S. The SV computes 17 -inch motors, a proximity key, push-button start, a ceiling rack, automatic headlights, and a rear multifunction merchandise plan. The SL is loaded with heated front seats, leather, 19 -inch motors, remote start, sailing, a 7.0 -inch infotainment touchscreen, a heated steering wheel, and a 360 -degree-view camera. The S has an optional Appearance package ($ 570 ), the SV has available All-Weather ($ 920) and Premium ($ 1500) packs, and the SL has available Premium ($ 2280) and Platinum ($ 570) packages.


2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Price - 2017 sports cars


Those looking to the Rogue Sport for better oil economy will be disappointed to learn that the mini Rogue actually imbibes slightly better. The sole powertrain is a 2.0 -liter DOHC 16 -valve inline-four that manufactures 141 horsepower and 147 lb-ft of torque, paired with a endlessly variable automatic drive. The EPA has rated the FWD Sport at 25 mpg metropoli, 32 mpg freeway, and 28 mpg blended, while the FWD 2.5 -liter four-cylinder Rogue is 1 mpg better in all measures. The AWD Sport is rated at 24/30/ 27 mpg, in comparison with the AWD Rogue's 25/32/ 27 mpg. This despite the Sport's 200 -pound advantage. When we asked about this, a Nissan spokesman attributed the loss of oil economy to differences in aerodynamics and tire compounds.





The Rogue Sport, which is 12.1 inches shorter and has a 2.3 -inch-shorter wheelbase than the Rogue, will join the Juke to compete in the subcompact-crossover grocery against the Kia Soul, the Jeep Renegade, and the Toyota C-HR, among others. Considering the present grocery climate, it's not difficult to picture these events will be controlling off showroom floors when they go on sale commence May 11.


Source : Caranddriver.com

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