Nissan Rogue Comparison

2018 Nissan Rogue: Stand Out on Your Own

At DARCARS Nissan of Rockville, we know drivers need a vehicle that can adapt to every day, no matter what the day brings. From family, work and all stops in between, the newest Nissan Rogue build offers you a bigger, bolder crossover that's as ready for the weekend as it is for navigating the everyday. Read on to see how the all-new Rogue stacks up against class similar vehicles like Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and Hyundai Tucson.

Honda CR-V

Ford Escape

Hyundai Tucson

2018 Nissan Rogue vs 2018 Honda CR-V

  • Nissan Rogue comes with a larger fuel tank at 14.5 gallons.  This provides an efficient 33 highway mpg along with a 464-mile cruising range so you can stay on the road for longer. The Honda CR-V only offers a 14-gallon tank with 32 mpg.
  • Drivers and passengers can stay more comfortable in the Rogue, which offers 41.6 inches of front-row headroom and 43 inches of front row legroom, offering additional room to stretch out. The CR-V only offers 40.1 inches of front-row headroom and 41.3 inches of front-row legroom, leaving taller drivers feeling cramped.
  • You can expect a more enjoyable ride in the Rogue, which offers features like available heated exterior mirrors for your convenience and standard satellite radio for your entertainment. These features are not available in the CR-V.

2018 Nissan Rogue vs 2018 Ford Escape

  • If you're looking for great fuel economy, the Rogue is the one for you. The Rogue offers 33 highway and 26 city mpg, while the Escape only offers 29 highway and 21 city mpg. You can save on gas and stay on the road longer in the Rogue.
  • Traveling is more comfortable and convenient in the Rogue, which offers 106 cubic feet of passenger space and 39 cubic feet of cargo space. The Escape provides less space with 98 cubic feet of passenger space and 34 cubic feet of cargo space.
  • The latest Nissan Rogue build offers a more convenient and enjoyable ride with features like available heated exterior mirrors, standard remote trunk release and standard satellite radio. You won't find these features in the Escape.

2018 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Hyundai Tucson

  • The Nissan Rogue not only offers better performance with its 170-horsepower engine, but it also offers better fuel economy at 33 highway mpg. The Tucson only offers 164 horsepower and 30 mpg.
  • When you have a lot of cargo to transport, the Rogue comes through for you with 39 cubic feet of cargo space with the sets upright and 70 cubic feet with the seats folded. The Tucson offers less space with 31 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats upright and 61.9 cubic feet with the seats folded down.
  • With the Nissan Rogue's available NissanConnect system, you can play music, stay connected to your social network and more with smartphone connectivity and access to your favorite mobile apps. This kind of connectivity, convenience and entertainment is not available in the Hyundai Tucson.

Our knowledgeable staff will help you get a great loan or lease offer on a selection from our vast inventory of new and pre-owned Nissan crossovers, sedans and pickups.

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