The Nissan Rogue Sport is expected to see its first full redesign sometime in 2021. Unfortunately, no official details have been released as of this writing. The model was introduced in 2017 and continues to act as a bridge between the Nissan Kicks and Rogue in terms of both size and price.
The Rogue Sport’s current strengths center around technology. For example, advanced features like automatic emergency braking come standard across the board, while support for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto help make it easier to stay connected.
Having said all that, our most recent review of the Rogue Sport highlighted the model’s underwhelming performance. The only engine choice is a 2-liter engine rated at 141 hp. Meanwhile, competitors like the Mazda CX-30 offer up to 186 hp, plus a more premium overall look for roughly the same price. Will the next Rogue Sport aim to raise the bar in terms of performance? That remains to be seen.