The 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport coming soon to Headquarter Nissan in Columbus, GA – close to Fort Benning, LaGrange, and Cataula, GA, and Auburn and Phenix City, AL – is bringing sophisticated style and more. The redesigned exterior boasts an all-new hood and Nissan Vmotion grille, while signature LED daytime running lights and a new combination light design enhance the striking looks on the front end. You also have two brand-new color choices, Nitro Lime Metallic and Monarch Orange Metallic. They’ll look phenomenal when paired with the stunning 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels. As many as five passengers will be able to feel the power provided by 141 horsepower and available Intelligent All-Wheel drive. Keep everyone secure with Nissan Safety Shield 360, as it offers more standard safety features than ever before and includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear automatic braking, rear cross traffic alert, blind spot warning, lane departure warning, and high beam assist.
This exciting crossover will be here in fall
2019 and we can’t wait for you to see it! Give us a call or visit the showroom
today at 1725 Whittlesey Road in Columbus, GA for more information and to
schedule your test drive. You’ll soon be able to ride home in your new 2020
Nissan Rogue Sport!
NEW ROGUE SPORT, NEW EXTERIOR
With a more technical feel, the 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport exterior ensures an exhilarating presence on the road. The all new front features a new hood and the Nissan Vmotion grille, complemented by LED signature Daytime Running Lights.
SAFETY SHIELD 360
The refreshed 2020 Rogue Sport looks out for you and your family with Nissan Intelligent Mobility's suite of safety features. Now standard on every trim, the Nissan Safety Shield 360 looks out for you using six Nissan technologies that can help you brake, stay in your lane, and can see what you may miss.
Rogue Sport's standard Rear Automatic Braking monitors the area directly behind you for stationary items you might not see. If you fail to stop, it can automatically engage the brakes to help avoid a rear collision or lessen the severity of an impact.