Compare the Nissan Rogue to the Competition

At Grainger Nissan of Savannah, we know that our customers throughout the greater Bluffton, SC and Richmond Hill area appreciate a great SUV when they see one, which is why our Nissan Rogue is a go-to choice for families and single professionals alike.

But we know the compact SUV field is a crowded one, with many other options vying for your attention. To help you make the right decision for your Savannah commute, we've highlighted just a handful of the areas where our Rogue comes out ahead when compared side by side to other popular SUV options.

Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V

  • Standard tech features. While both SUVs have similar rosters of tech features available, only the Rogue gives you more of them right out of gate, starting right at the base trim. For example, every Nissan Rogue gets standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, while you'd have to move up in trims and spend more money to get the same level of amenities in the CR-V.
  • Standard safety technologies. As with the tech features before this, the Nissan Rogue also delivers more standard safety amenities than the Honda CR-V. Both have all the latest advanced driver's aids available at some point in the lineups, but only the Rogue has blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and a rear-passenger safe exit alert system standard for every model.
  • Highway efficiency. Looking to go further on your tank of gas? Consider the Rogue, which is rated for 35 mph and a 508-mile range on the highway, compared to a 34-mpg rating and 476-mile highway range for the Honda CR-V.
  • Front seat comfort. Whether you have a long commute or a relatively short one, you want to be comfortable on all your drives, and the Rogue delivers. It has greater amounts of headroom, legroom, and shoulder room in the front seat than the Honda CR-V.

Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4

  • Safety features. While both small SUVs have long lists of advanced safety features that come standard across the lineup, the Nissan Rogue has more. Examples include a rear-passenger safe exit alert system, a blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear automatic emergency braking, none of which are listed as standard on the Toyota RAV4.
  • Comfort and space. With greater amounts of legroom in both the front and backseat, as well as more headroom for front seat passengers, the Nissan Rogue maintains a ride that's more comfortable and accommodating on road trips long or short than the Toyota RAV4.
  • Tech features. With similar rosters of tech and comfort features, both SUVs have standard amenities that Bluffton, SC drivers appreciate. But the Nissan Rogue offers a few nice extra touches as part of its standard roster that the Toyota RAV4 can't compete with, including a larger touchscreen interface, a height-adjustable driver's seat, and a keyless ignition.

Nissan Rogue vs. Ford Escape

  • Safety. While the Ford Escape and the Nissan Rogue both offer standard safety amenities that include blind-spot monitoring and forward collision mitigation, the Rogue has far more additional safety features. Look for standard rear-passenger safe exit alert, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear automatic emergency braking to all come standard with our Nissan SUV, but not on the Ford Escape.
  • Technology. As with the high level of standard safety features for the Nissan Rogue, the number of tech amenities can't be matched by the Ford Escape either. For example, every Rogue gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, while the Escape only offers it as an option on upper trim levels.
  • Size and comfort. Although similar in size overall, the Nissan Rogue measures taller and longer than the Ford Escape. For you and your passengers this translates to a comfy interior that retains its coziness on long road trips to and from Bluffton, SC, with more headroom available, especially in the front seat.

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