To our ears, the word rogue has a kind of bad-ass appeal. It conjures up Cold War films where a rogue Soviet submarine, captained by a bushy-browed Sean Connery, causes a tenuous nuclear standoff. Such an image is probably fine by Nissan because although its new Sentra-based Rogue isn't likely to cause any kind of political rift, the name should allow it to distinguish itself in the increasingly competitive and rapidly saturating small-sport-utility market—a segment that is expected to generate more than 1,000,000 sales this year. Okay, Rogue, you got our attention, but is this economy-car-based SUV worthy of its swashbuckling name? Or even a road test? Is there anything rogue about the new Rogue?