For 2020, the Nissan Rogue Sport gets revised styling up front as well as some new standard safety features. The grille, hood and front bumper have been redesigned, giving the Rogue Sport a more distinctive look when compared to the regular Rogue, while the LED daytime running lights have also been added. On the safety front, Nissans Safety Shield 360 Technology suite, previously standard only on top level SL trims, now comes standard across the entire lineup. In addition, a new set of 19-inch alloy wheels are also available for 2020.
The Rogue Sport looks to add to Nissan's best-selling and IIHS safety award-winning Rogue lineup by entering a compact version of the Rogue into the market. The Rogue Sport is available in three trim levels S, SV and SL. Although the Rogue Sport has but a single drivetrain option, all trims get a capable 141-horsepower 2.0L 4-cylinder engine and CVT transmission combination that achieves up to 32 mpg on the freeway when in front-wheel drive form.
The Rogue Sport S comes standard with driver-friendly features such as remote keyless entry, Easy-Fill Tire Alert, Bluetooth integration and LED daytime running lights. The S has an optional Appearance package that adds 17-inch alloy wheels while the SV takes advantage of an available
All-Weather package paired with all-wheel drive so the Rogue can tackle anything you'll likely throw at it.
The mid-level SV trim level adds larger 17-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, push-button start, a 6-way power adjustable driver's seat and dual-zone climate control.
The top-level SL is very much loaded, adding unique 19-inch wheels, heated leather seats and steering wheel, an integrated navigation system, remote start and Nissan's Around-View Monitor bird's-eye-view camera system.
A Premium package only available to the SL adds a power moonroof, LED low and high beam headlights, an auto-dimming inside mirror, a power passenger seat, 2-position memory driver seat including memory outside mirrors, fog lights and an 8-speaker Bose audio system.