For comfort you can count on and sporty maneuverability in a pinch, invest in the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. Nissan's subcompact crossover is more than merely roomy, comfy, and sporty: it's a star in a tight spot. Choose this crossover for grade-A maneuverability on busy urban highways and miniscule alleyways. The Rogue Sport is also a standout in terms of cargo space, surpassing competitors for the amount of stuff you can bring with you to the beach. And did we mention that this fun-loving crossover starts at just $22,240? Just about anyone can afford one.
What are the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport trim levels?
Whatever you're looking for in a subcompact crossover, you can find it in one of the Rogue Sport's three trims: the base S, mid-grade SV, and premium SL.
If you're on a budget, there's no need to overspend because the entry-level S has everything you need to take on the modern roadways in style. This includes Siri Eyes Free iPhone controls and a 5-inch touchscreen interface, so you can play your favorite podcasts and answer calls from your steering wheel. But it also means high-tech safety gear-like forward collision mitigation and blind-spot monitoring-to help you avoid needless dust-ups.
Upgrade to the SV for some additional creature comforts. We're especially big fans of the dual-zone automatic climate control, an expert at maintaining two different temperate zones, even when drivers run hot and front passengers run cold. Tech upgrades include keyless entry and ignition, which, once you experience, you'll never want to be without.
Finally, there's the SL, a trim model built for the most stylish subcompact crossover drivers among us. Inside, the heated front seats clad in leather upholstery appeal to finer sensibilities. Even the infotainment system gets an upgrade, with a bigger 7-inch touchscreen and a navigation system. This trim casts a wider safety net, courtesy of the NissanConnect emergency telematics system, technology that sends help after an accident or breakdown.
Is the 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport AWD or 4WD?
For a sporty twist on your daily drive, you can add all-wheel drive to any model. This technology appropriates power for extra traction when you need help maneuvering down dirt roads and over icy pavement. Whichever trim you select, this Nissan crossover comes with the same punchy powertrain: a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission.
How big is the Rogue Sport cargo hold?
One of the perks of driving a 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport is that you can bring all of your favorite possessions along for the ride. Headed out on a camping excursion? Need to bring a ton of camera equipment on the road? Taking your collection to auction? The Rogue Sport's 22.9 cubic feet of cargo space get the job done. And that's more than you'll find on most subcompact crossovers. After a day chasing IKEA arrows or browsing furniture stores, you can flip the rear seats down to unleash the cargo hold's full potential: 61.1 cubic feet.