Nissan Rogue vs. the Competition
The Nissan Rogue comes in three available trims—S, SV, and SL Platinum with ProPILOT assist. With advanced safety technologies, such as a blind spot warning system and rear cross traffic alert, it’s no wonder why the Rogue was awarded the IIHS Top Safety Pick for 2018. Along with other great features such as the ProPILOT Assist with intelligent cruise control and steering assist, you’ll never have to question your confidence on the road again. Follow along with us at Ericksen Nissan as we dive into how the Nissan Rogue compares to the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4.
Nissan Rogue vs. The Competition
|Vehicle||2019 Nissan Rogue||2019 Honda CR-V||2019 Toyota RAV4|
|MSRP starting from||$26,798||$27,490||$27,990|
|Torque (lb.-ft.)||175 @ 4,400RPM||179 @ 2,000RPM||184 @ 5,000RPM|
|Fuel economy||7.1 L/100 km||7 L/100 km||6.7 L/100 km|
|Interior cargo volume (L)||1,112||1,110||1,059|
|Front legroom (mm)||1,092||1,050||1,041.4|
|Front headroom (mm)||1,057||1,018||1,003.3|
|Rear Seat Folding||40-20-40||60-40||60-40|
|CD player & MP3 decoder||Yes||None||None|
|Low tire pressure warning||Tire specific||Yes||None|
|Blind Spot Sensor||Blind Spot Warning (BSW) warning||Blind Spot Monitor warning||None|
Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V
The Honda CR-V offers a lot for a compact crossover, featuring a 1.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, capable of pushing out 179 lb-ft worth of torque. Additionally, it also comes with great safety features, such as a collision mitigation braking system and forward collision warning to give you better peace of mind on the road. On the other hand, the Nissan Rogue is a stylish and comfortable SUV that checks all the right boxes. Its 2.5L engine produces 179 of torque and this does not mean it’s any less capable than the Honda CR-V. All the three models of the Nissan Rogue have available all-wheel drive, while the Honda CR-V only has the front-wheel drive option. In the Alberta winter we experience every year, the Nissan Rogue will provide more stability on slippery roads.
Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4
Both vehicles are great options if you’re looking to purchase an SUV. They come packed with incredible safety features, but the Rogue takes it one step further with its blind spot warning system, which keeps a watchful eye on what you can’t see. The Nissan Rogue also offers a tire specific low pressure warning. These features are all an extra step above what the RAV4 offers when it comes to keeping you safe on the road. In addition, as the driver, you get more legroom, headroom and interior cargo volume for all your gear when compare with the RAV4.