Compact SUVs are quickly becoming the dominating vehicle segment among American drivers. Practical, affordable, and versatile, compact SUVs offer the best of both worlds between larger SUVs and sedans. To highlight how the popular Nissan Rogue stacks up against the competition, check out our comparison of the 2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V.
The 2017 Rogue and CR-V are both five-passenger vehicles that offer similar features and amenities—the two differ the most in terms of space and performance. The Rogue features a more affordable price, appealing to drivers on a budget. While the CR-V delivers more horsepower and torque, the Rogue offers better fuel economy. Finally, the Rogue falls short of the CR-V in terms of cargo and towing capacity, but not by much. Drivers on a budget can save money, and still enjoy a great driving experience from a reliable brand.
|2017 Nissan Rogue||vs
||2017 Honda CR-V|
|$23,820||Starting MSRP (Base Trim)||$24,045|
|2.5L: 170 hp / 175 lb-ft torque||Performance Specs||2.4L: 184 hp / 180 lb-ft torque|
|29 MPG||Combined Fuel Economy||28 MPG|
|70 cubic feet 1,000 pounds||Max Cargo / Towing Capacity||75.8 cubic feet 1,500 lbs|
The 2017 Nissan Rogue features a spacious, premium cabin filled with thoughtful amenities and modern features to enhance the driving experience. Although the Rogue offers many upscale features for an additional cost, we’ve listed some of the Rogue’s standard features below: