The Nissan Rogue Sport may be down on overall cargo room compared to the larger Rogue, but it’s still got a few tricks up its sleeve. Divide-N-Hide panels found in the cargo bay separate the luggage area vertically and horizontally, keeping dirty items and groceries separate or allowing for tiered loading. The split-folding 60/40 rear seats open up to a maximum of 53.3 cubic feet of cargo room, far more than the smaller Kicks’ 32.3 cubes (though the entry-level Nissan has more seats-up room at 25.3 versus 19.9).
There are a few thoughtful amenities peppered elsewhere inside, like side-by-side cupholders up front, a rear center armrest, a large center console, and a nicely shaped tray in front of the shifter. For a compact SUV, the Rogue Sport uses its space well.