Things have been heating up in the subcompact crossover market as automakers scramble to flood the market with compact, efficient, and spacious crossovers designed for active and/or urban lifestyles. And because this is a new niche for most manufacturers to try to fill in the US, it’s often a struggle to get it right. Luckily for Nissan, the 2017 Rogue Sport, while new to the U.S., has been available in Europe and Asia as the Quashqai for a few generations. This means that unlike some of the other competitors in this segment that were perhaps rushed to market, the Rogue Sport already experiences a level of refinement carried over from a generation or two of experience. What that means for us here is that the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport features more interior space, a better ride, and more refinement than its rivals.

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