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The 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport Gets a Little Edgy

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the Rogue Sport subcompact crossover. To keep consumers interested and let the competition know it’s not resting on its laurels, Nissan is treating the popular Rogue Sport subcompact crossover to a minor makeover for the 2020 model year.
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” data-reactid=”23 “type=” text” > Nissan is as purchased the crossover movement as any full-line producer, and a big part of Nissan’s lineup method is the Rogue Sport subcompact crossover. To keep consumers interested and let the competition understand it’s not resting on its laurels, Nissan is dealing with the popular Rogue Sport subcompact crossover to a small transformation for the 2020 design year.

An upgraded front fascia features a new hood teamed with Nissan’s by now familiar Vmotion grille and bumper treatment, moving the2020 Rogue Sport far from the comparatively conservative technique of the current model. The sharply chiseled headlamps include LED running lights, and the taillamps are of a totally new style that echoes that of the front. A set of19- inch alloy wheels look modern while managing to exude a clearly Nissan ambiance. 2 new metallic exterior colors, Nitro Lime and Emperor Orange, improve the Rogue Sport’s newly developed extroverted personality.

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Nissan ups the Rogue Sport’s safety quotient too, making its Security Shield 360 technology requirement on every trim level from the base S to the mid-level SV to the top-tier SL; previously it was provided only on the SL and SV. Basically, this system integrates automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, automated rear braking, lane-departure warning, radar-based blind area warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and high-beam assist into a single plan. Nissan’s ProPilot driver-assistance system will be a choice, too, as will an upgraded nine-speaker Bose audio system.

The powertrain continues the same; the new Rogue Sport continues to rely on the proven 141- hp 2.0-liter inline-four engine and Xtronic constantly variable automatic transmission (CVT) for both front- and all-wheel-drive variations.

Search For the 2020 Rogue Sport to hit display rooms in the fall of2019 Prices has not yet been divulged.

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