2018 Nissan Rogue vs 2018 Honda CR-V
With so many crossover SUV models on the market, it can be hard to distinguish the best among them. Two of the top-selling models, the 2018 Rogue and the 2018 CR-V, have many similar attributes, so how do you know which is the best choice for your needs? Drivers in Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown can learn more about the key differences between the 2018 Nissan Rogue and the 2018 Honda CR-V with our side-by-side comparison.
Nissan Rogue vs Honda CR-V: Interior Space
In a class known for its spacious interiors and passenger comfort, the 2018 Nissan Rogue comes in above-average. With multi-way adjustability, heavy padding, and sculpting, the 2018 Rogue has some of the most comfortable seats on the market, which are enhanced by their exceptional head- and legroom, even in the rear. If that wasn’t enough, the Rogue also has 39.3 ft3 of cargo space behind the rear seat, and with the 40/20/40-split folding seatback, the cargo area expands to 70 ft3 of flat load space.
The cargo floor panel also lifts to reveal additional storage bins underneath. The CR-V also has supportive seats, but it lacks the head- and legroom in its rear seat, and its narrow design will prove uncomfortable for two larger adults to sit side-by-side. In addition, the CR-V offers plenty of small storage areas throughout the cabin, like the Rogue, but comes far short of the Rogue’s expansive cargo bay.
2018 Rogue vs 2018 CR-V Safety Features
The new Nissan crossover SUV is equipped with a stunning amount of standard safety features, and it offers one of the first autonomous driving features on the market, the ProPILOT Assist system. Standard safety features for all models include six airbags, blind-spot monitors, automatic emergency braking and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, but advanced features like Adaptive Cruise Control, a surround-view camera, and Lane Departure Warning are also available.
Unfortunately, the 2018 CR-V only comes standard with stability control, anti-lock brakes, and six airbags. Though it offers some similar features with its Honda Sensing® equipment, they’re only available in the higher trim levels.
Media & Technology
Along with its safety features, the new Nissan Rogue includes many modern tech features as part of its standard equipment. All models come with keyless entry, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth® connectivity, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration, and a four-speaker sound system.
A Bose® premium sound system, navigation, and the NissanConnect® telematics system are available as well. The CR-V is only equipped with Bluetooth® and a four-speaker sound system. Higher trim levels can get a subpar 7-inch touchscreen infotainment and smartphone integration, and upgraded audio, but no telematics or navigation systems are available.
Test Drive the 2018 Nissan Rogue at Montgomeryville Nissan
Though they’re similar in many ways, the 2018 CR-V can’t measure up to the safety, technology, comfort, and space of the new Nissan Rogue. Drivers in Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown can learn more about the 2018 Nissan Rogue when they visit Montgomeryville Nissan to schedule a test drive.