2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V
One of the hottest-selling vehicles in auto industry is the compact crossover SUV. It’s easy to understand why they are such a popular choice. Their ability to offer the fuel efficiency of a car and the versatility and capability of an SUV has helped them become a huge hit with drivers all over the world. Two of the top contenders in this highly competitive automotive segment include the Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V. To help you learn more about each of them and to show you which one has the most to offer, Nissan of Melbourne has posted this detailed comparison between the 2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V to help you decide.
Both the new Honda CR-V and the Nissan Rogue offer excellent versatility and capability as well as above-average performance and efficiency, but the Rogue gives you more interior passenger volume so it’s easier for you and your passengers to get comfortable in. Other than that, they each give you plenty of cargo space and passenger seating. It’s this perfect combination that has helped make the compact crossover SUV such a big hit with shoppers.
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|2017 Nissan Rogue||VS||2017 Honda CR-V|
|2.5-liter I-4||Engine||1.5-liter I-4|
|5 or 7||Passenger Seats||5|
|106 ft³||Passenger Volume||103 ft³|
2017 Nissan Rogue and 2017 Honda CR-V Comparison
If you’re looking for a new crossover because you want and need the traction control of all-wheel drive, you’re in luck. Both the 2017 Rogue and 2017 CR-V offer the grip you need. Each of them comes standard with all-wheel drive, but it is available as an option for both vehicles so you can drive in any kind of weather knowing that you can stay in control when the weather turns bad.
A key factor when choosing a crossover that best fits your driving needs is to learn more about each vehicle's versatility and capability offerings. The 2017 Nissan Rogue has an incredible advantage over the 2017 Honda CR-V in this part of the comparison because of its optional third-row seat that increases its seating capacity from five to seven. The 2017 Honda CR-V does not offer a third-row seat.