Compare The Nissan Rogue


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Compare the 2018 Nissan Rogue to the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4

Looking for a new SUV? You'll find your best options among our new Nissan models, including this favorite compact SUV. Yes, the new 2018 Nissan Rogue remains the leader of the pack among a crowded segment, and we'll show you why with these comparisons. We're offering the facts and figures below, but you'll do your best by visiting our Hickory, NC Nissan dealership serving Newton, Statesville, Gastonia, Lincolnton, Morganton and Lake Norman for a test drive.

To give you an idea of why the Rogue is your best bet, we're comparing it to the new 2018 Honda CR-V and 2018 Toyota RAV4. Each of these SUVs is compared to at their base, FWD editions. Keep in mind that adding features or upgrading trim levels will change your pricing, and your capabilities. Look through these quick comparisons, then come on over to 840 Hwy 70 SE, Hickory, NC today to get started on a test drive.

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2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V in Hickory

One of the more popular small SUVs on the market, whether it's here in the Hickory area, or anywhere else, is the new Honda CR-V. When you look at specifications for the new Rogue and CR-V, there are plenty of similarities, such as the engine sizes, AWD availability and overall size. That's why it's important to look carefully at the smaller differences that end up going a long way toward you making the best decision. See here how the new 2018 Rogue compares to the CR-V, then visit us in Hickory right now for a test drive.

  • As we just mentioned, the new Rogue and CR-V are very similar. The Rogue edges out the CR-V in terms of fuel economy, with a single mpg advantage for highway driving, giving you the advantage with the Nissan if you're using your small SUV for daily commuting along with your other kinds of driving.
  • If you want a decked out edition of your next small SUV, the Rogue will prove to be more cost effective than the CR-V. This is an important consideration when you decide on adding AWD, choosing special feature options or selecting one of the higher trims.
  • Unlike the CR-V, the Rogue can be completed with a third row of seating to accommodate up to seven passengers. You'll still have plenty of cargo space in that edition of the Rogue, as the second- and third-row seats can be folded down and adjusted easily.

2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4 in Hickory

The new RAV4 is yet another small SUV that's quite popular, even if it falls well short of the standards we expect out of a ride like the new 2018 Nissan Rogue. Considering Toyota focuses on efficient vehicles, the RAV4 really falls well short in that area when compared to the Rogue, and the Nissan SUV offers several more advantages for you to consider. You'll see below some of the more noticeable qualities that are better in the new Rogue when compared to the RAV4, but you'll do your best when deciding by coming over to our Hickory Nissan dealership to take a test drive in our flagship compact SUV.

  • As we mentioned, the Rogue bests the RAV4 in terms of fuel efficiency, and by a larger margin than the comparison with the CR-V. The Rogue earns an impressive 29 mpg combined in its FWD setup, compared to a similarly equipped RAV4 that comes in at 26 mpg. Both city and highway figures favor the Rogue.
  • The dimensions in the new Rogue are slightly larger than what's offered in the RAV4, with front and rear seat passengers enjoying more leg room in the Nissan. You can also complete the Rogue's cabin with an available third row of seating for seven passengers, opposed to the long five-passenger setup of the RAV4.
  • In the five-passenger setup, the Rogue has the edge in terms of cargo space, with its 39.3 cubic feet of cargo area besting the 38.4 cubic feet offered in the RAV4. More space with the adjustable rear seats just means more versatility, which is what a small SUV like the Rogue is all about.