Compare the New Nissan Rogue to the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Hyundai Tucson

Small SUVs are a dominant seller in the market, so you'll have plenty of choices, and lots of research to conduct in order to choose the best fit for you. Obviously we encourage you to check out the new Nissan Rogue, one of the best compact crossovers on the market. You'll find the best setup and configuration of the new Rogue here at our Concord, NC Nissan dealership serving Charlotte and Mooresville. One quick test drive will have you understanding why this is your best bet for a compact SUV, so come over to Modern Nissan of Concord from Huntersville, Salisbury, Monroe or Matthews today to get started. Of course, we're going to prefer our new Nissan models over whatever the competition offers, and for good reason. Here we're stacking the new 2019 Rogue up against similar 2WD setups of the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Hyundai Tucson.

Nissan Rogue vs Honda CR-V

  • When comparing the base four-cylinder engines to one another, the Rogue earns slightly better fuel economy than the CR-V, making the Nissan SUV a better choice for a versatile option for your daily commuting, on top of all your family travels.
  • Priced lower from the base level to the top trim, the Rogue will fit better into your budget no matter how loaded you want to make it, all while comparing it to a similar setup of the new CR-V.
  • The Rogue is outfitted with a bunch of standard safety features, including forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking and others, with plenty of driver aids available to add at higher trims. The CR-V offers similar safety features, but you'll have to bump up to a higher trim for those.

Nissan Rogue vs Toyota RAV4

  • Once again, the Rogue proves to be the more affordable SUV when compared to the new RAV4, helping you fit more features and upgrades into your budget.
  • The Rogue comes with an additional year of roadside assistance and a higher mileage threshold for that service, compared to the RAV4 which tops out at two years for roadside assistance.
  • For staying connected while out on the road, you'll want the Rogue over the RAV4, as Nissan's crossover includes Android Auto and lots of other connectivity features not found in Toyota's model.

Nissan Rogue vs Hyundai Tucson

  • If you want to match the Rogue's capabilities in the Tucson, you'll have to upgrade to an engine larger than its base version, which will drive costs higher than what you'll spend on the Nissan SUV.
  • No matter the engine setup, the Rogue is more efficient than the Tucson, making it a better choice for your daily travels around Concord and beyond.
  • You'll enjoy far more passenger and cargo space inside the Rogue compared to what the Tucson provides, helping you fit passengers in more comfortably, all while loading up on all kinds of items, large and small.