New Nissan Rogue Sport For Sale Near The Greater Saint Louis Area

If the idea of a compacted, more urban-ready Nissan Rogue sounds familiar, you might remember the limited-run Nissan Rogue Select, which had only two production model-years. The all-new 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is a whole different ballgame, and we expect that St. Louis-area drivers will love what it'll bring.

It's not just a spin-off of a beloved classic; while they share a name, the 2017 Rogue Sport takes a unique approach to big-city capability with a whole new design, a new range of options, and an affordable price tag that makes this exciting new option wallet-friendly for just about anyone.

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What's New for the 2017 Rogue Sport? Everything

As an all-new addition to the lineup, everything about the Rogue Sport is new, although it does take some design cues and equipment from its bigger brother, the Nissan Rogue--Nissan's best-selling vehicle in the US.

A Great New Semi-Subcompact Design

Not quite a subcompact crossover, not quite a compact SUV, the new Nissan Rogue Sport slips easily into a niche of the new automotive market: the Compact Utility Vehicle (CUV). This means that it can satisfy the daily need of St. Louis-area commuters who need good fuel efficiency and practical performance, but can also head out for a full weekend of fun. Nissan calls its signature exterior design "emotional geometry", complementing the sharp and bold edges of modern automotive design with a sleek, sloping style that helps the Rogue Sport achieve minimal drag.

The Rogue Sport is shorter overall than the Rogue by a little more than a foot, making it ideal for city drivers who frequent tight parking spots, busy traffic, and small spaces. Even with its shorter body, though, this CUV is still full of surprises: like up to 61.1 cubic feet of cargo space with a folded-down second row and Nissan's Divide-N-Hide system.

An Affordable Price Tag Means the Rogue Sport is Right for Anyone

How much does the Rogue Sport cost? The base-level 2017 Rogue Sport S FWD has a starting price of just $21,420, making it one of the most competitively-priced crossovers of its size. And, with up to 32 mpg on the highway, its great value and cost-savings go beyond just the purchase price. Mid-range and top-of-the-line models tip over the $25,000 range for a crossover, while a fully-loaded Rogue Sport could run you nearly $30,000. But, with the amount of features offered at every level within the model lineup, it's well worth the upgrade.

Standard Features and Optional Tech Upgrades

Just because this CUV is right in your price range doesn't mean you have to give up on the modern amenities that you love; the Rogue Sport loaded is loaded with standard and available features. The base model comes well-equipped with Nissan's helpful RearView Monitor, Bluetooth, and Siri Eyes Free. Upgrade for optional features like Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (an option on all Rogue Sport models), Nissan Intelligent Key for remote starting, AroundView Monitor, leather-appointed seats, premium audio, and heated front seats.

Trim Levels

Have a look at the available trim levels for the new Nissan Rogue Sport. 

2017 Rogue Sport S

2017 Rogue Sport S:

The entry-level model, the Rogue Sport S kicks things off with an efficient 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired to the brand's legendary Xtronic CVT, a sub-$22,000 price tag, and tons of modern amenities.

2017 Rogue Sport SV

2017 Rogue Sport SV:

Boost it up! This mid-range trim level adds 17" aluminum-alloy wheels for a fresher look, the convenience of Nissan Intelligent Key, and an advanced power-adjustable driver's driver seat.

2017 Rogue Sport SL

2017 Rogue Sport SL

Like a bold design? The Rogue Sport SL rides on 19" wheels, and adds premium features and smart new tech like leather-appointed seats and advanced safety features.