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We have a limited number of reviews for the 2020 Rogue Sport, so we've included reviews for other years of the Rogue Sport since its last redesign.

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5 out of 5 stars

love the car

Kota Colin Ramirez, 10/02/2019
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport SL 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
27 of 27 people found this review helpful

I have had the car (Rogue Sport SL FWD) for a month (if you live in a place where the roads are loose, snow, dirt, gravel. I would use the AWD version), and I agree the engine is underpowered. But I disagree with the seats I live in Carlsbad, and I went on a trip to the Onyx summit, east of L.A. 7 hours in the car and it was very comfortable. im planning to drive over to anchorage. The only faults I have found, and im being honest, the engine is underpowered. You will feel a lot of the bumps (if its a pothole, not usual bumps), the road noise is excessive but not to the annoying point where you just want to stop, and the cargo size you can fit 2 suitcases with the parcel cover but with 2 carry on's you cant have the parcel cover (doesn't fit).

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5 out of 5 stars

2020 Nissan Rogue Sport

Rolando Masferrer Sr., 01/31/2020
2020 Nissan Rogue Sport SV 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
41 of 43 people found this review helpful

Recently we leased a 2020 Rogue Sport SV and so far we are very happy with our decision. The trunk space is very good, rides well, seats are comfortable and overall a very good SUV

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1 out of 5 stars

Unreliable

Catwoman 75, 11/08/2020
2020 Nissan Rogue Sport SV 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
31 of 33 people found this review helpful

Bought the car in July. In August, the collision warning light came on every morning with no object near the car (and therefore the automatic breaking system engaged). The dealership replaced the "faulty" sensor (it took 6 weeks to get the part). Next day, the collision warning sensor came on: took it back to the dealership. Diagnosis: faulty sensor...Ordered a replacement for the replacement. It arrived in 2 weeks. The new sensor was installed: next day, collision warning comes on. I have not gone back to the dealership yet (it's the weekend) but I have a fairly good idea of what the problem will be. Keep in mind that when the collision warning system engages, the car breaks on its own. Also grossly underpowered, jerky transmission (CVT) and car accelerate/decelerate randomly. Definitely my last Nissan. Asides from the faulty sensor, the gas mileage is great (except when the faulty sensor engages: gas consumption falls to 14 miles per gallon). I do not recommend this car. This brand new car has been in the shop 3 times for repair (it's not even due for service: current odometer reads 2900 miles). Nissan Connect app does not work and Android auto is sketchy at best (connectivity issue). Skip this one.

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5 out of 5 stars

SUV Feel in a Small Package

techeng, 11/13/2019
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport SV 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
12 of 12 people found this review helpful

I acquired the Rogue Sport by trading in my Nissan Kicks as I felt the Sport gave me the feel of being in a SUV as opposed to the Kicks, which felt more like being in a car even though it's considered a crossover (see my separate review under the 2019 Kicks as to what I didn't like about it, even though it was a decent vehicle). Again I'm mainly comparing the Sport to the previous vehicle I owned (the Kicks) because it met my need to have a more refined interior, even though other SUVs in its class may have even more elaborate interiors the Sport looked and felt pretty posh, from the front and rear seats being more comfortable to a more refined dashboard and console than my previous Kicks. Despite being a SUV, the Sport's interior felt like it was hugging me or surrounding me but not in an uncomfortable, claustrophobic way, but rather just a really nice fit for me and my wife at 5'6" and 5'4' respectively. I certainly do not recommend it for people closer to 6 ft., otherwise go to the full-size Rogue. The ride of the Sport seemed a little softer and quieter as well. I do hear the engine noise but it's not as noisy as these other reviews make it sound like, and I do prefer to hear little engine rev as I'm driving along. I also like the fact it has rear climate controls so heat and AC can be blown to the passengers in the back through the rear vents in the back of the center console, which again my Kicks didn't have. Exterior wise I think the thinner slit of a grille up front is more attractive and aggressive looking than the new 2020 Rogue Sport which they enlarged the black area of the grille slightly to look more like the front of traditional Nissan vehicles. My SV has the 17-inch alloy wheels as opposed to the 19-inch premium wheels the higher trims (SL) have, because I heard the larger wheel actually provides less rubber and therefore a stiffer ride. I've only had the Rogue Sport for a few days and may provide a long-term update to this review after a few weeks, months, or even years, but for the time being it has certainly met my expectations and fulfilled the shortcomings my Kicks had which is the reason I decided to trade it in after owning the Kicks only a few short months. The only thing I probably wish I had on my Sport was the remote start which my Kicks had, but I'll take the AWD in lieu of the remote start, which I never really used. Costs a little more than the Kicks but unlike other reviews, including professional ones which say the Sport is not worth the added cost over the Kicks if you're looking for value, I disagree and I think the Rogue Sport is worth the added cost if you want more of an SUV feel than the feel of a raised car that the Kicks provided, which I think is basically a Nissan Versa Note with a facelift.

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5 out of 5 stars

NANA'S SPORTY SUV

NANA SPORTY SUV, 06/18/2019
2019 Nissan Rogue Sport S 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
31 of 34 people found this review helpful

It is the perfect size for an older adult. I have plenty of space to travel , haul grand children around, and running errands. I love it is sporty, but yet classy looking. I purchased the Sport Rouge brand new off the lot......I commute approx. 45 min each way to work and it is a comfortable ride and just the right size. I do wish it was a 6V, but I feel it has a enough power. The gas mileage is great . I am very happy with my choice and plan to drive my Sport Rouge for years to come.

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