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Nissan Prices Rogue Sport At $22,380

Nissan Prices Rogue Sport At $22,380

Nissan has announced pricing for the all-new Rogue Sport crossover, which is slated to go on-sale nationwide on May 11th. The small crossover will wear a starting price tag of $22,380 after destination in base form, putting it right in line with the competition in a rather fierce market segment.

Essentially a smaller version of the popular Rogue crossover, the Rogue sport is hoping to seize on the success of its larger sibling. The Rogue Sport is targeted at an even younger audience than the Rogue; specifically aiming for young people who live in urban environments.

All Rogue Sports come standard with a 141 horsepower 2.0-liter inline-four paired to a Xtronic CVT transmission. Buyers can opt for the standard front-wheel-drive or add all-wheel-drive.

Comparing the Rogue Sport pricing to the competition, it appears to be falling right in line, if not a touch higher. For comparison sake, the Honda HR-V starts at $21,205 when equipped with an automatic, while the very new Toyota CH-R starts at $23,460. Chevrolet falls in the middle with its Trax starting at $21,895.

Factoring in that Nissan buyers can add basically every possible option to Rogue (for a price of course), Rogue Sport seems like a very compelling entry into the segment. Buyers can add luxury items such as a surround view camera, adaptive cruise control and Nissan’s typical suite Intelligence Safety Shield.

As is the case with all Nissan models, the Rogue Sport is available in S, SV and SL trim levels. Nissan assembles the Rogue Sport in Kyushu, Japan.

Trim Level MSRP
Rogue Sport S FWD $22,380
Rogue Sport SV FWD $23,980
Rogue Sport SL FWD $27,030
Rogue Sport S AWD $23,730
Rogue Sport SV AWD $25,330
Rogue Sport SL AWD $28,380

*All prices include $960 destination charge.



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  1. carnut
    I think this will be worthy of a look see. The thing I'm interested in is if it has an improvement in fuel economy over the Rogue considering its slightly smaller size.
    Why not just call it the Qashqai....?
    I thought that was what they charged for the regular Rogue.
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