Three Mods to Take Your Nissan Rogue Sport to the Next Level
Your Rogue Sport is everything you ever wanted in a subcompact SUV. Put simply, it's reliable, fuel-efficient, comfortable, and enjoyable to drive. It's even got plenty of cargo space for a city commuter.
If you're driving, say, a 2022 model, it's loaded with the kinds of features you've come to expect from Nissan to boot. Among them:A capable 141-horsepower, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine paired with a smooth-shifting continuously variable automatic (CVT)7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto supportLoads of driver-assist tech, including Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Intelligent Lane Intervention, an Intelligent Driver Alertness system, and more
If you're looking to "accessorize," though, the crossover's got options galore -- line-items like, say, all-season floor mats, cargo-area protectors, and aluminum-alloy wheels. These are, however, usually more expensive at a Nissan dealership. In other words, you might end up having to invest more in an already $27,000+ car pretty quickly.
Don't worry; you can still get the look and feel of, say, the line's package deals for less. That's where we at Nissan Wholesale Direct come in. Here are three easy ways to do it.
1. Upgrade the Seats
To get, say, leatherette-appointed seats and position memory for the driver's seat, you'd have to have graduated to the Rogue Sport midrange, at least: the SV trim. Plus, you'd have to have bought into the pricey Technology Package, which might've had more bells and whistles than you needed (ProPILOT Assist, for example).
Luckily, seating up to similar specs is fairly straightforward to replace on your own, and for a lot less than package price. We stock a wide selection, at steep discounts.
2. Customize the Lighting
To get LED headlights and fog lights, you'd have to have bought the top Rogue Sport trim, SL, at least. Fortunately, you can get these, plus taillights, daytime running lights and more for less than the Premium Package they're a part of -- see for yourself; check out our inventory.
Avoid paying extra for a package, and you can avoid getting features you might've not been as interested in -- the package's auto-dimming rearview mirror, for instance.
3. Update the Audio
To get a Bose Premium Audio System with a subwoofer, you'd have to have shelled out for that Premium Package. Upgrading a sound system yourself isn't too tough, though, and even adding speakers to one can be less expensive than having to get the only Rogue Sport trim that supports the package in the first place -- the top trim, SL. We've got the add-ons you've been looking for.
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