Nissan Rogue vs Honda Pilot
SUVs these days come in all shapes and sizes. Some larger, with a great deal of space for passengers and cargo when traveling around Lansdale and Doylestown. Others offer agile performance and easy handling when driving in Philadelphia.
Two that offer a great balance of space and performance are the Nissan Rogue and Honda Pilot.
Which is best for your driving needs, though? Find out below by reading this Nissan Rogue vs. Honda Pilot comparison our team here at Montgomeryville Nissan put together. Contact us today for more information.
Saving on Fuel
When driving either SUV, you will have great handling—you can even increase their stability with available all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems.
Where the big difference is noticed, is in their ability to conserve fuel. At its best, the Honda Pilot gets a fuel economy of 20 city/27 highway MPG.
Meanwhile, the Nissan Rogue will make each gallon of gas stretch farther, no matter where and when you are driving. That is because it has a fuel economy of 26 city/33 highway MPG.1
At Your Assistance
When it comes to the Nissan Rogue vs. Honda Pilot, both of these SUVs also have advanced systems that can help take the fatigue out of driving long stretches on the highway and keep you safe when navigating the busy streets of Philly.
A few particular driver-assisting features you come standard with the Nissan Rogue—and are only found in higher trim levels of the Pilot. These include Blind Spot Warning, which is able to scan for oncoming cars when you are looking to change lanes.
Another feature standard in the Rogue is Rear Cross Traffic Alert. If there is a car approaching you didn’t see coming while backing out of your parking spot, this system will alert you, so you can hit the brakes and avoid a collision.
There are also technology features found inside each of these SUVs. When it comes to keeping yourself entertained during your ride, pair your phone to the audio system in each vehicle using Bluetooth®. This will let you play music or listen to a podcast during your commute.
This is about the extent of the standard multimedia system in the Honda Pilot, though. To upgrade its system or gain a bigger display than its 5-inch screen, you will need to get a higher trim level.
The Nissan Rogue, on the other hand, comes with more standard features included in its infotainment system. On its 7-inch touchscreen display, you will get access to a variety of applications straight from your smartphone.
All you have to do is plug in your compatible device and connect, using Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™. This lets you have your text messages read out loud to you and your maps open to see what traffic looks like that day. With this, you’ll have a more personalized ride—and safer conveniences.
The Choice Between the Nissan Rogue vs Honda Pilot
With its fuel-efficient performance and long list of standard technologies, the Nissan Rogue is the perfect vehicle for drivers in the Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown areas who want a new SUV.
All that is left to do is figure out which trim level you want. Stop by Montgomeryville Nissan today to learn about the Rogue trims we have for sale and even take one out for a test drive.
12020 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 26 city/ 33 highway/29 combined MPG for Rogue® FWD. 25 city/32 highway/27 combined MPG for Rogue AWD. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.