Nissan has hit the jackpot with the Rogue. It’s knocked the Altima from the brand’s top spot and isn’t looking back. So if you’re Nissan, what do you do? You make a Rogue Sport of course; a smaller, fun-to-drive version that’s perfect for a younger audience. Known as the Qashqai in overseas markets, Nissan smartly changed the name here to capitalize on the insanely popular Rogue. It also shares the Rogue’s global, unibody front-drive platform and regardless of its less expensive pricing, the Rogue Sport also cribs most of its bigger brother’s advanced safety features. While the Rogue supports an optional 3rd row of seating and is sized for family duty, the Rogue Sport is over a foot shorter.