Used 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport SUV Crossover

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� All wheel drive is an option for all of the trims. � Good brakes that responded well to most scenarios on the road. � Steady cornering ability and tight maneuvers are easier due to its smaller footprint. � The SV trim already offers a lot of convenient features for everyday use. � Similar to the 2017 model, it carries the -Good- rating from IIHS to this year's model. � Easy to enter the cabin and spacious enough for the passengers. � Good fuel efficiency since the engine is not tuned for sporty performance.� The engine can be lethargic and acceleration takes time. � Steering is heavy-handed and its return-to-center is slow. � Lack of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto limits smartphone connectivity with the vehicle. � Advanced safety features and better interior appointments are only available in the SL trim. � Ride quality in city and highway do not seem to prioritize comfort. � Seats did not hold up in comfort for longer driving sessions. � Legroom for passengers at the back can be tight. � Its bigger sibling, the Rogue, seems to offer more value with not that much of a difference in their starting prices.