Compare the Nissan Rogue


For 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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2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V in Winston Salem

A quick look through the new Rogue and CR-V specs, and you might wonder, "what's the difference?" It's true that the Rogue and CR-V share many qualities, with similar engines and dimensions, and even familiar styling that's common in the small SUV segment. But it won't take you long to find plenty of smaller advantages the new Rogue has over the likes of the CR-V. When it comes to finding the perfect small SUV that's versatile enough for daily commuting and family driving all the same, choose the new Rogue, which will set you up better for all kinds of travels when compared to the new CR-V.

  • Up front, the driver and front-seat passenger will enjoy the considerably larger leg room in the Rogue when compared to the CR-V. In a small SUV that's ideal for your daily travels, there will be plenty of times you're using your Rogue on your own or with only one passenger. That extra leg room goes a long way, and when you don't have passengers in the back, you'll enjoy the large cargo area thanks to the fold-down rear seats.
  • Additionally, the Rogue offers a seven-seat setup with a rear third row, while the CR-V, in every edition, will only accommodate seating for five. Having a small SUV that you can load up with passengers takes the idea of versatility to practical uses.
  • A huge bonus for family drivers, the new Rogue comes standard with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and automatic emergency braking, while the CR-V will require a costly trim upgrade to add similar safety features.

2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Ford Escape in Winston Salem

While Japanese automakers like Nissan and Honda, as well as Toyota, offer the most popular compact SUVs, you know Ford isn't far behind, with its wide range of crossovers in its lineup. The comparable small SUV in the Ford lineup is the new 2018 Escape, and while we're sure it's an appealing choice for some drivers, it can't match the versatility and offerings with the new Rogue. The new Escape does offer more engine options, but few are as sensible for all-around driving habits as the 2.5-liter four-cylinder in the Rogue. See more differences between the new 2018 Nissan Rogue and the latest edition of the Escape.

  • Coming standard with safety features like blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and automatic emergency braking, the new Rogue, in its most affordable edition, is perfectly set up for safe family driving. For the Escape, the limited safety options are only available as costly add-ons at more expensive trim levels.
  • If you're choosing an SUV, interior space is going to be a top priority, even if you make the smart choice with a small crossover like the Rogue. With considerably more passenger room in the Rogue, everyone riding up front and in the back will be far more comfortable, while the Rogue also accommodates more cargo space than what's available with the Escape. Finally, the Rogue comes with an optional third row of seating, which the Escape does not.
  • If you're looking for the most affordable option, the Escape is far more limited in its base trim compared to the standard Rogue S model. The optional AWD with the Rogue in its base trim isn't offered with the Escape, meaning you'll have to spend far more on features you might not want if you desire AWD capabilities with your Ford SUV.
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