Compare The Nissan Rogue

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Compare the 2017 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 2017 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 2017 Honda CR-V and 2017 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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2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2017 Honda CR-V Comparison in Hickory, NC

  • The optional third row of seats in the Rogue maximize your seating for up to seven passengers, while the CR-V only comes with seating for five.
  • There are many more standard features in the Rogue, like rear A/C and a CD player, compared to what's offered in the base level of the CR-V.
  • When choosing the two-row Rogue, your cargo storage area is considerably larger than what's found in the CR-V.
  • The NissanConnect with mobile apps is available at the starting level of the Rogue, while you'll have to choose a more expensive trim level for similar functionality in the CR-V.

2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4 Comparison in Hickory

  • The Rogue starts off at a significantly lower price than the RAV4 in its base level.
  • Additionally, the FWD version of the Rogue is considerably more fuel-efficient than the RAV4.
  • Once again, the availability of a third row of seating makes the Rogue more versatile than the five-passenger RAV4.
  • The front seats of the Rogue are slightly more spacious in terms of head room and leg room when compared to the RAV4.