The Nissan brand is growing. In 2016, it was the top-selling brand amongst millennial buyers. The Nissan Rogue market is growing. As of late 2016, the affordable compact SUV was the brand’s top seller. Those two factors, combined with overall growth in the compact crossover and SUV market, make the perfect climate for Nissan to expand the Rogue nameplate. That’s why Nissan invited journalists to Nashville, near the company’s corporate headquarters, to check out the all-new 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport lineup.
Nashville proved the perfect setting for testing a Rogue Sport in the fully loaded SL trim with all-wheel drive, and a trip to Nissan’s offices provided a more in-depth look at this new model. Here’s what you need to know about the all-new, 5-passenger 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport.