Compare the Nissan Rogue

ForĀ a Compact SUV, the New Nissan Rogue
in Winston Salem is the Best Way to Go

See Advantages over the Honda CR-V & Ford Escape

Compact SUVs are becoming more and more popular, as drivers want more versatility in their everyday vehicles. For your best bet in this segment, choose the dynamic and comfortable new Nissan Rogue, a compact SUV that prioritizes yours and your passengers' comfort and safety above all else. Like all our new Nissan models, you'll find the Rogue can be equipped with the features and add-ons you want, all for affordable pricing. Make our Winston Salem, NC Nissan dealership serving Greensboro, Mt. Airy, Lexington, Kernersville, High Point and Thomasville your one stop in finding your next compact SUV, and head over today to test drive the new Rogue.

Before you start your search, consider all your small SUV options. Here, you'll quickly see what makes the new Rogue your best bet when compared to the latest editions of the new Honda CR-V and Ford Escape, two comparable compact SUVs. Once you're ready for that test drive, make your way over to 5795 University Parkway, Winston Salem, NC today.

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2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2016 Honda CR-V in Winston Salem

Small SUVs are wildly popular these days, but you'll want to choose the best option. Though the Honda CR-V is one of the most sought-after crossovers, we're confident you'll find the Rogue is the better bet in almost every regard. More affordable, featuring better connectivity features and offering more interior versatility, the Rogue is a smart choice for a do-it-all SUV, even when a highly popular vehicle like the CR-V might be more marketable. See below why the Rogue is the better option than the CR-V, then come on over for a test drive so you can experience this great crossover for yourself.

  • The Rogue starts off at a considerably lower price than the CR-V, so you can better fit the options and features you want into your budget.
  • With the availability of a third row of seating, you can configure your Rogue to fit seven, compared to the max five-passenger setup of the CR-V.
  • The Rogue comes standard with rear A/C, which is only available for front seat passengers in the CR-V. Your kids riding in the back will appreciate that during the hottest summer months.
  • At its starting package, the Rogue comes with the Nissan Connect telematics system, while a similar feature is only found in higher trim levels of the CR-V.

2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2017 Ford Escape in Winston Salem

Though both SUVs are in the small SUV segment, the available third row of seating in the Rogue amplifies its abilities for versatility that you won't find in the new Escape. Since this is the kind of vehicle that's ideal for everyday driving, you'll love that the new Rogue is considerably more efficient than the Escape, and pricing is pretty similar with the starting package of the Rogue coming in at the lower cost. Inside, the driver and front-seat passenger in the Rogue will appreciate the larger seating area in terms of head- and leg-room. Check out the quick comparisons below to see what else makes the new Rogue the better option than other small SUVs like the Escape, then come on over to our Winston Salem Nissan dealership today and experience your first test drive in this great option.

  • Since you'll want to use your compact SUV for everyday driving, you'll be impressed by the Rogue's strong advantage over the Escape in terms of fuel efficiency.
  • An AWD version of the Rogue is offered in all trim levels for an affordable add-on, while the Escape is only available with AWD at its higher - and costlier - editions.
  • The Rogue offers more space for both passengers and cargo inside when compared to the Escape.
  • You can add a third row of seating in the Rogue while the Escape is stuck with its five-passenger setup in all editions.
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