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2017 Honda CR-V vs 2017 Nissan Rogue
Interior Comfort and Space
While both the HondaCR-V and Nissan Rogue have the same amount of behind-the-second-row cargo space, if you fold the seats down, the Rogue only has a 70 cubic foot space in comparison to the CR-V’s 75.8 cubic feet. This is due to the CR-V’s more roomy second-row, which can feel cramped in the Rogue. However, both are made with premium materials and have well-equipped cabins.
At first glance, the 2017 CR-V and the Rogue are just about even when it comes to technology. However, the Nissan Rogue’s infotainment system has a few reliability issues, and when it comes to higher trim levels, the CR-V’s available tech features are less expensive.
Performance and Efficiency
The Honda CR-V offers drivers two engines, the 184-HP 4-cylinder or an available turbocharged engine that turns out 190 horsepower. In comparison, the Rogue has a single engine option that’s 170 horsepower and noticeably loud at high acceleration. The Rogue and CR-V’s base engines have similar fuel economy at 32 mpg combined, but the CR-V’s available engine boosts this number to 34 mpg combined*. Additionally, the Honda CR-V can tow up to 1,500 lb in comparison to the Rogue’s 1,000-lb towing capacity.
Verdict: The 2017 HondaCR-V. While the Rogue is popular and an excellent ride, the Honda CR-V has more quality, better performance, and a more comfortable driving experience. Come check it out at Basney Honda today.
*Fuel economy is based on EPA estimates. Actual gas mileage may vary depending on road and driving conditions.