2019 Nissan Rogue | Model Comparison - Honda & Toyota

Compare the New 2019 Nissan Rogue to the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4

When it comes to investing in a new vehicle, versatility will be key. You probably want something efficient enough to make sense for your daily commutes around High Point and Greensboro, while your family life, weekend plans and other adventures probably require more space and utility than what the average sedan or hatchback offers. It's no wonder then why more families and drivers are choosing the new 2019 Nissan Rogue for all their travels around Thomasville, Lexington and throughout North Carolina. Loaded with innovative tech features for safety and connectivity, offering a smartly designed cabin with plenty of room for comfortable passenger seating and all kinds of cargo, and delivering strong capabilities and some of the best fuel economy for a small SUV, the new Rogue certainly has a lot going for it.

Of course Nissan's top competitors will also claim their flagship small SUVs will boast the best setups for drivers from Kernersville and Mt. Airy. Matching up in size, style and general setups, the new Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 are the Rogue's closest competitors, but when you really look at the details, it's really no competition at all. Visit our Winston Salem, NC Nissan dealership today to see why the new Rogue is your best bet for all kinds of driving around the Greensboro and High Point areas, but first read through to see why it out-competes other small SUVs.


Nissan Rogue vs Honda CR-V


 
  • You'll always be far safer in the new Rogue than the CR-V. That starts with the available surround-view camera system that monitors activities all the way around you, whether you're stuck in traffic or maneuvering around a tight parking area. The CR-V doesn't have a high-end system like this.
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  • With safety on the mind, standard features for the Rogue like blind-spot monitoring, only offered at a higher price for the CR-V, helps to watch your blind spots, keeping you and your loved ones safer during all your travels.
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  • Inside, you'll enjoy more headroom in the Rogue, compared to the relatively cramped spacing offered in the new CR-V. Comfort is important for any kind of vehicle, but especially in an SUV that's perfect for those long road trips you take.
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  • The Rogue has a number of unique features only found with this Nissan. One is a clever Divide-and-Hide storage system, allowing better versatility for smaller cargo items you want to bring with you, while the CR-V is fairly limited with its cargo management systems.
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  • Finally, both the Rogue and CR-V offer a hands-free powered liftgate, but selecting that option with the Honda SUV is going to cost you far more.
 

Nissan Rogue vs Toyota RAV4


  


  • The Rogue offers quite a bit of handy features in its base level, including blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, both of which you'll have to spend more on to add to the new RAV4. Keeping your loved ones out of harm's way shouldn't have to command a prohibitive price.
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  • Why choose an SUV if it can't carry plenty of cargo? For the Rogue, it boasts more cargo space than the RAV4, and with the easily adjustable rear seats, you can make even more room for all kinds of stuff you're bringing with you.
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  • Want to let innovative technology take command in slow-moving, congested traffic? The Rogue offers the unique Nissan ProPILOT Assist system, which combines high-end cameras, radars and sensors to give you a semi-autonomous driving experience, which won't be offered with the RAV4.
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  • Staying connected is also important, and with the standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for the Rogue, you have easy and familiar functionality with these advanced smartphone integrations systems. You'll have to upgrade to a higher trim for adding those features to the RAV4.
 


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