MotorWeek is first on the scene in Nashville, Tennessee driving the 2017 Rogue Sport.

The Rogue Sport differs mainly in the fact that it's dimensionally smaller than the Rogue.


The Rogue Sport is a little over a foot shorter than the Rogue, coming in at 172.4 inches verses the Rogue's 184.5 inches.

In terms of power, the Rogue Sport runs on a 2.0L I4 engine, putting out 141hp and 147 lb-ft of torque. 

Nissan hopes the Rogue Sport will appeal to younger buyers looking for more spacious vehicles, while still maintaining a fun-to-drive feel. 
The Rogue Sport hits dealerships May 11th, with pricing starting at $21,420. We'll let you know how it drives in a MotorWeek QuickSpin, so be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel.