Nissan Qashqai Crossover
Qashqai is a non-U.S. model. U.S. model (called Rogue Sport) may vary from the Qashqai model.

Street-savvy and road trip ready, the Qashqai is one of Nissan’s most popular and coveted crossovers outside of the U.S. thanks to safety features like Automatic Emergency Braking [[1118]] and Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. Available in Japan, the Middle East, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Russia, the Qashqai is sought after around the globe. The Rogue Sport is essentially the US version of the Qashqai, harnessing the same available Nissan Intelligent Mobility features and all of the luxury and designer aesthetic you expect from Nissan. Featuring cutting-edge Nissan Intelligent Mobility features, the Rogue Sport has your back, your front, and your sides! Before we dive too deep into the Rogue Sport, let’s take a look at its sister, the Nissan Qashqai – this is certainly a family with great genes.

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Nissan Qashqai
Qashqai is a non-U.S. model. U.S. model (called Rogue Sport) may vary from the Qashqai model.

Nissan Qashqai History

Debuting in Japan in 2006, the Nissan Qashqai raced into the automotive scene as the newest compact crossover SUV. Dubbed the “urban-proof” car, it instantly made a name for itself with features like its impeccable suspension and elevated ground clearance. The Qashqai was, and still is, a driver favorite. In 2013, the Qashqai was re-released with design upgrades and a sleeker, more streamlined look. The Qashqai 2 was updated and more versatile than the Qashqai 1, with a sliding second row bench that allowed the passengers to increase legroom. Today, the Qashqai is very popular in Europe and one of Nissan’s most successful models.

Making its U.S. debut in 2017, the Nissan Rogue Sport joined a Nissan family of crossovers and SUVs that also includes the Rogue, the Kicks, the Pathfinder and the Armada.