What's The Difference Between the 2022 Nissan Rogue and the 2022 Nissan Rogue Sport?

The Nissan Rogue

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The Nissan Rogue Sport

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Efficient and Capable Performance for the Kapolei Commute

The Nissan Rogue received an upgrade for the newest model year, ditching the old 2.5-liter four-cylinder for peppy, turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder powertrain. The lineup now makes 201 horsepower and 225 pound-feet of torque, pairing with the Xtronic® Continuously Variable Transmission for a smooth-shifting experience behind the wheel. The Nissan Rogue Sport continues to push your drive forward with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 141 horsepower and 147 pound-feet of torque. The Rogue Sport also equips the Xtronic® CVT. Both lineups can equip all-wheel drive for the adventures that take you off-road around Schofield Barracks.

Thanks to the Rogue's new turbocharged engine, the lineup now enjoys an EPA-estimated range of 30/37 mpg city/highway. The Rogue Sport isn't far behind, offering 25/32 mpg city/highway. No matter which SUV you choose, you'll enjoy plenty of travel time between stops at the gas pump.

Interior Space and Comforts

Your adventures around Honolulu might often require a configurable interior space that accommodates both passengers and cargo easily from the road. Both SUVs seat up to five passengers, ensuring plenty of legroom and headroom for the adults in the second row. However, the Nissan Rogue will be the more spacious option if you prize more cargo and passenger space. The Nissan Rogue offers up to 36.8 cubic feet behind the second row of seats and 72 cubic feet behind the first row. Passenger volume tops out at over 105 cubic feet - ample room to stretch out comfortably. The Nissan Rogue Sport will feel a little snugger, still providing over 96 cubic feet of passenger space to pair with up to 62.3 cubic feet of maximum cargo space.

Inside the Nissan Rogue, you'll find features like a Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system, the available Divide-N-Hide® system, and a luxurious semi-aniline leather seating surface that comfortably nestles your passengers. The Nissan Rogue Sport also offers the Divide-N-Hide® system while providing options for premium leather-appointed surfaces and a Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system.


Staying connected on the road is second-nature to the Rogue and Rogue Sport SUVs. The Nissan Rogue comes equipped with a standard eight-inch touchscreen, while a nine-inch touchscreen is available. The Nissan Rogue isn't far behind, coming standard with a seven-inch touchscreen. Both models come equipped with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration, but only the Nissan Rogue offers wireless Apple CarPlay® connectivity to help you avoid connecting via a USB cable. Features like a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and 10.8-inch Head-Up Display are exclusive to the Rogue lineup. However, you'll still enjoy features like Nissan Door to Door Navigation and the NissanConnect® Services app.

Stay Safe Wherever You Go in Hawaii

The Nissan Rogue and Nissan Rogue Sport are similarly equipped to provide peace of mind for your commute to work through busy roads. Both lineups are standard with automated emergency braking, with the Nissan Rogue including pedestrian detection. The Rogue also equips Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert for an extra pair of eyes on the roads around you - the Nissan Rogue Sport offers this as an available feature in its lineup.

Explore the New Nissan Rogue and Nissan Rogue Sport at New City Nissan near Ewa Beach

Whether you go with the Nissan Rogue Sport or the larger Nissan Rogue, you're sure to get an SUV made for your life on the go. Reach out to the Nissan team in Honolulu and let us help you find the perfect fit today. We'll get you behind the wheel of your favorite model for a test drive at your earliest convenience!