If you are shopping for a new vehicle, the chances are great that you are considering a crossover SUV, as the compact crossover and SUV class no represents the top-selling segment in America. Drivers and families looking for a versatile crossover SUV with a roomy cabin and seating for up to seven should see the new Nissan Rogue.
The new Nissan Rogue faces stiff competition from a number of competitors, including the venerable Toyota RAV4. Let's review these two popular small SUVs to see how they stack up, and determine which one may be right for you and your family.
Space matters, especially in the competitive and popular compact crossover SUV segment. With the 2017 Nissan Rogue, SUV buyers will find more passenger volume and standard cargo capacity than in the rival 2017 RAV4 from Toyota. For one, Nissan's latest Rogue is offered with 3-row seating for up to seven passengers, while the RAV4 provides just two rows for five occupants. Even if you select a Rogue 5-passenger model instead of the available 7-passenger configuration, you and your family or friends will be treated to 106 cubic feet of passengers space to stretch out and enjoy the ride, compared to only 102 cubic feet in the RAV4. That added interior space can be felt throughout the cabin, too, with the new Rogue providing greater front headroom and legroom, as well as more rear legroom, hip room and should room than the Toyota. Beyond its roomier seating for all passengers, the new Rogue also bests the RAV4 in standard cargo capacity -- or the cargo space when all seats are upright and usable. For greater space and versatility in your next crossover or SUV, choose the new Nissan Rogue!
|Specs||2017.5 Nissan Rogue S||2017 Toyota RAV4|
|Maximum Seating Capacity:||Seven||Five|
|Fuel Economy (City/Hwy)**:||26 / 33 mpg||22 / 28 mpg|
|Passenger Volume (cu. ft.)::||106||102|
While these two crossover SUVs have a nearly identical starting MSRP, the Nissan Rogue boasts an impressive list of standard features that helps it differentiate itself from its rival from Toyota. From its two LCD front monitors, LED daytime running lights and LED taillights to its blind spot warning, variable intermittent windshield wipers and tire-specific low tire pressure monitor, the new Rogue impresses with amenities not standard on the RAV4. Nissan's highly efficient Xtronic CVT gearbox also comes standard on the new Rogue to deliver smooth and seamless power; the RAV4 settles for a traditional 6-speed automatic. For greater standard features and value, get into a new Nissan Rogue today!
Drivers and families near Jersey Village, Spring and Houston, Texas can experience the new Nissan Rogue at Baker Nissan. As you browse our website before your visit, you can get pre-qualified for a new auto loan and shop our full selection of new Nissan vehicles. The sales specialists at Baker Nissan look forward to assisting you soon!