"The Rogue Sport offers a ride that is smooth, quiet, and well composed. The crossover grips well and stays nicely composed in the turns. While it’s easy to maneuver around town and unobtrusive on the highway, its steering offers little feedback and though Nissan has 'Regular' and 'Sport' modes, we found virtually no difference between them. If Nissan could improve that one element, it would noticeably improve the Rogue Sport experience.
“And as far as packaging goes, the back seat gets tight when the front seats are at their full rearward travel, but it’s generally tolerable for adults -- and fine for kids. The cargo bay has plenty of room for suitcases, and the trick false floor can be removed for extra space or left in place for a flat load floor with the rear seats folded. The safety resume is decent: Auto braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure mitigation are all on the options list."
-- Aaron Gold, Automobile