The Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue are both well-respected and family-friendly members of their segment, possessing versatility, affordability, and everyday reliability. When it comes to getting a ride that’s great for both your daily commute and for long trips, they both work well, so you might have trouble narrowing down your choices. Luckily, we at Bates Nissan are here to help.
When comparing exteriors, the Nissan Rogue is definitely the more attractive of the two vehicles. The cabins are a little closer to call. At 105.9 and 105.8 cubic feet respectively, the Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue, both offer similar passenger volume, without much difference in head room, hip room, or max cargo capacity.
The Nissan Rogue gets slightly better fuel economy than the Honda CR-V, with a rating of 29 mpg combined in comparison to the CR-V’s 28 mpg.*
This is where the Nissan Rogue really shines above the Honda CR-V. Whereas in most other categories the vehicles are comparable, the Rogue has far more standard safety tech than the CR-V, with Nissan Intelligent Mobility front-and-center and bolstered by semi-autonomous driving features.
In most categories, there’s a lot of negligible overlap between the 2018 Rogue and 2018 Honda CR-V. However, for around the same price, you’re getting better styling and more technology in the 2018 Nissan Rogue.