The hybrid does sound pretty good and probably much better efficiency, but I'm happy with whatever we have going on. Would I want the hybrid if it was available.. yes, but it's not a big deal to me.
http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1108419_2017-nissan-rogue-hybrid-gas-mileage-reviewOver our 377-mile test, our AWD Rogue Hybrid returned an indicated 28.4 mpg—14 percent below the combined rating, versus a 5-percent difference for the Toyota.
Note that our tests aren't really rigorous enough to determine effective fuel economy to the tenth of a mile per gallon; conditions, routes, and often weather vary.
But we consider them a good directional indicator of how close many buyers may get to the rated gas mileage, always depending on their personal driving styles.
Its only good for performance if you plan on changing all the other basic air and fuel stuff much like what tuning packages have rather than solo mods.I heard of exhaust system changes making a slight difference, tack on other performance enhancers like intakes and you may not need a tune.