Compare the Nissan Rogue

Looking for a Crossover in Lake Norman or Charlotte?
Compare the Rogue to the CR-V and RAV4

Are you searching for a crossover that defies the norm and is stylish as well as spacious? The Nissan Rogue is your model, proving that you can have the best of both worlds. With Bluetooth capabilities, eight-way power driver's seat, and so much more, Lake Norman and Charlotte customers will find the Rogue to be a great fit. Be sure to visit us at Modern Nissan of Lake Norman when you are ready for a test drive, and be sure to browse our full inventory of new Nissan models for an idea of what else is available to you.

Below we have put together a quick comparison between the Rogue and its two closest competitors to give you an idea of what it has to offer you, and if you have any questions, be sure to ask.

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2017 Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V in Lake Norman

When thinking of small SUVs, the Honda CR-V is a popular choice, and for good reason. But the new Nissan Rogue is clearly the better option when you get into the details and specs, not to mention its more affordable starting price and what you'll pay for a top-end edition. There are some other clear advantages with the Rogue as well, which you can check out by looking below.

  • The power lift gate that the Rogue offers definitely comes in handy when life hands you more than you can juggle while trying to load up the car, and the CR-V doesn't offer this convenience.
  • The opportunity to enjoy Satellite Radio is available with the Nissan Rogue in a low trim level, making it possible to get all the stations without spending a lot more.
  • To enjoy a navigation system, drivers need to drop extra money to upgrade to the top two trim levels of the CR-V, while the Rogue offers this feature without having to spend as much.
  • For added versatility, the new Rogue can be equipped with an optional third-row of seating, adding your passenger capacity to seven, more than the maximum five passengers for the CR-V. Even with a third row of seating in the Rogue, the back bench is adjustable to create more space for cargo.
  • That lower price for the Rogue really goes a long way if you're thinking of choosing an optional AWD setup, or increasing trim levels with more standard features, particularly in the driver assistance area. If you're trying to get the most bang for your buck, the new Rogue is clearly the better choice than the CR-V.

2017 Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4 in Lake Norman

Considering how well-regarded and highly rated the new Rogue is, you'd expect it to command top dollar in the small SUV segment. That's just not the case however, as once again it proves to be more affordable than another popular option, in this case the new 2017 Toyota RAV4. Not only is the Rogue more affordable to start, but it's more versatile in its setup, with the available third-row seating giving you more room for passengers. See what else makes the new Rogue the better option over the RAV4.

  • Money is always the driving force behind making a final decision, and for the same features, you will still end up paying more with Toyota RAV4 than you would with the Rogue.
  • If you are interested in getting up to 33 mpg highway, choose the Rogue. Otherwise, you will end up with 31 mpg highway.
  • LED headlights are more efficient and offers drivers better visibility, and while Nissan knows this, these particular lights are not offered in the RAV4.
  • The interior of the new Rogue is far more sophisticated than what the RAV4 provides. The Nissan option comes with available amenities like a heated steering wheel and it has a quieter ride overall.
  • The Rogue holds the edge over the RAV4 in terms of infotainment offerings, thanks in part to the combo of touchscreen capability with steering-wheel-mounted controls for Bluetooth and audio.