Crossovers have become the most popular vehicle segment in recent years, with so many drivers enjoying the space, efficiency and capability that it brings. The only problem is deciding on which crossover fits your needs the best. That's why we compared the 2018 Nissan Rogue and the 2018 Honda CR-V.
Now, both the Rogue and the CR-V share an aggressive and in-your-face attitude, and both offer similar cargo and passenger capacities. So, what it comes down to are the available amenities, technologies and efficiency. For instance, on the base trim levels for each crossover seen in the chart below, there are several differences in available features. In fact, the 2018 Rogue S offers Blind Spot Warning and Intelligent Brake Assist unlike the 2018 CR-V LX.
2018 Nissan Rogue S
2018 Honda CR-V LX
|26 / 33 MPG||Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)*||26 / 32 MPG|
|40-20-40||Rear Seat Folding||60-40|
|Standard||Siri® Eyes Free||Not Available|
|3||12-Volt DC Power Outlet||2|
*Fuel economy based on 2018 EPA fuel economy estimates. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.
Then, taking a look at the highest trim level, there are several other differences between the two crossovers. In fact, compared to the 2018 CR-V Touring, the 2018 Rogue SL offers more passenger space, a standard heated steering wheel and is more affordable. Though the two vehicles also offer an All-Wheel Drive option for those who like more adventurous driving.
But, the biggest difference between the Rogue and CR-V is that there are other variants of the Rogue. In fact, alongside the Rogue Sport, there is also the Nissan Rogue Hybrid. Offering the same characteristics as the traditional Rogue but with Nissan's proven hybrid technology. Overall, the 2018 Rogue is able to offer more advantages at an affordable compared to the 2018 Honda CR-V.
If you would like to learn more about the 2018 Nissan Rogue, you can contact us online or by calling 281-973-0058.