Nissan's Rogue Sport slots in between the wild-child Juke and the larger, somewhat more staid Rogue.

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The Rogue Sport has been on sale overseas for years, where it has been branded Qashqai.

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Wheels are up to 19 inches in size, which is actually larger than the bigger Rogue.

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Cargo space is 22.9 cubic feet with the second-row seats up, and 61.1 cubes with them stowed.

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LED daytime running lamps come standard with halogen headlamps, but LED low-beam units are optional, too.

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SL models like this one come standard with Nissan's excellent Around View Monitor 360-degree camera system, complete with Moving Object Detection tech.

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Nissan has yet to announce Rogue Sport pricing.

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That's a whole lot easier to say that "Qashqai," right?

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Machined-face wheels with black-painted accents are trendy as can be.

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Nissan's trademark V-Motion grille is present and accounted for.

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Yep, there it is again.

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In case you forgot, it's a Nissan.

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This paint color, one of 10 shades, is called Monarch Orange.

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A flat-bottom wheel is an unusually sporty design cue to find in this segment.

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That's a 7-inch color touchscreen with navigation and NissanConnect mobile apps and services, but don't look for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, because you'll be disappointed.

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A 2.0-liter engine paired with Nissan's evergreen Xtronic CVT is the only powertrain available in Rogue Sport.

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Their are four cylinders. You can count 'em.

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Horsepower is listed at 141 and torque a claimed 147 pound feet.

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Leather seats are standard on SL trims.

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