2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Long Island  2019 Nissan Rogue Long Island 

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs. the Nissan Competition in Wantagh, NY

2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Goes Toe-to-Toe with 2019 Nissan Rogue -- See Where and How It Pulls Ahead

If you're looking to upgrade from a long-time mid-size family sedan to something that's more fun to drive, something more expertly equipped, that's safer, that incorporates tech smarts in abundance, and that is, above all, affordable, look no further than the new Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. Just ask your fellow Long Island drivers: when it comes to value that stands the test of time, you'll be hard-put to find one better than our automaker's latest compact SUV. In fact, many comparably appointed segment favorites, case in point, the new Nissan Rogue, have a hard time keeping up. Check out how they compare here at Wantagh Mitsubishi.

Standard Features and Options

  • For one, the 2019 Outlander Sport incorporates a five-speed manual transmission in its base trim, 2.0 ES. Such a pairing makes handling more engaging, something of immediate appeal to the hands-on crowd looking for sporty piloting fun around Massapequa. The 2019 Rogue, on the other hand, features only one transmission, its automaker's proprietary Xtronic CVT. Some claim a continuously variable transmission is comparatively easier to use, but it can make for a less engrossing driving experience.
  • The new Outlander Sport features a larger fuel tank, with a capacity of 16.6 gallons compared to that of the new Rogue at 14.5 gallons. That means less time spent pulling off in sports like Smithtown to refuel and more time spent cruising.
  • With 18-inch alloy wheels standard in its base trim, Outlander Sport demonstrates durability and stability from the ground up. Rogue offers wheels measuring only 17 inches, and they're comprised of less robust steel.


  • If you're planning an out-of-the-way getaway out of Medford, NY and bringing outboard equipment along for the ride, Outlander Sport is your better bet. Not only does it have loads of cargo space -- up to 49.5 cubic feet with rear seats collapsed -- but it also incorporates two 12-volt power outlets. Rogue doesn't offer this kind of power source for equipment.
  • Heated power side-view mirrors come standard from base to apex trim, improving visibility during foul Atlantic coastal weather. You can only get them for Rogue in the crossover's base S trim with an optional Special Edition Package.

Warranty Coverage

  • If you're outside locales like Hempstead, NY and experiencing operational troubles, know that Mitsubishi will have your Outlander Sport covered. Every trim features 5 years or 60,000 miles of basic coverage and a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty. Nissan covers its Rogue for only up to 36 months or 36,000 miles and up to 60 months or 60,000 miles respectively.

Test Drive the New Mitsubishi Outlander Sport in Wantagh Today!

There's plenty more to our automaker's latest SUV than these edges against a well-known and -regarded rival. You can explore its features for yourself right here at 3460 Sunrise Highway. Give our friendly sales department a call or stop by the showroom for a visit, and we'll be glad to schedule you some time behind the wheel!

 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Rear View  

2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Vs  2019 Nissan Rogue

 2019 Nissan Rogue Rear View