The 2014 Nissan Rogue is a four-door, five-passenger SUV with continuously variable-speed automatic transmission. The 2014 Hyundai Sonata is a four-door, five-passenger Sedan with a six-speed automatic transmission system.
Fuel Economy Compared
The 2014 Nissan Rogue has been rated at 26/33 average miles per gallon, and its 14.5 gallon tank gives it an effective range of 377 miles at city speeds. The Hyundai Sonata clocks in at 24/35 miles per gallon, making it somewhat less efficient than the Nissan Rogue for the normal city driving that Sedans are primarily used for.
Exterior Features Compared
The 2014 Nissan Rogue uses steel, all-season tires on most models, though run-flat tires (capable of functioning even when punctured) are available as an option. UV-reducing solar glass is a standard installation. The Hyundai Sonata uses alloy wheels instead of steel, and is otherwise fairly standard for a mid-size Sedan in terms of exterior features.
Both vehicles have the option of a sunroof on some styles.
Interior Features Compared
The 2014 Nissan Rogue offers a variety of interior features across its styles, including heated seating, keyless ignition, navigation, a premium sound system, and access to Satellite radio. Some versions also offer Rear and Around View cameras that enhance parking and positioning ability. As a smaller vehicle, the Hyundai Sonata primarily focuses on features that can fit into what room is available, such as an audio system with an optional touchscreen.
Safety Features Compared
The two vehicles are similar in terms of their safety features, though the 2014 Nissan Rogue adds roof-mounted supplemental airbags to help protect occupants in the event of a collision. Occupant Classification Systems are standard on both vehicles, as are tire pressure monitors that help to alert drivers to problems.
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