2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4
The Nissan Rogue and Toyota RAV4 are both popular cars in the crossover family. Both have four-wheel drive, good safety features, and almost identical starting prices. But, when it comes down to it, Nissan of Lawton knows the Rogue is the better choice. Keep reading to find out why.
We know how much our customers love getting the most for their money at the gas tank. The Nissan Rogue has a fuel efficiency of 26/33 city/highway MPG. The Toyota RAV4 only gets 23/30 city/highway MPG. Whatever your destination is, you’ll find that those numbers make a difference and you’ll be fueling up less and saving more with the Nissan Rogue.
A lot of vehicles have tons of features, but you have to upgrade in trims to get them. Here are some features that come standard on the Nissan Rogue:
- RearView Monitor
- Hands free text messaging assistant
- Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Forward Emergency Braking
- Integrated Key with remote keyless entry
The RAV4 has some great features as well, but most aren’t available on all trim levels. Vehicle testers have also commented on the fact that the Nissan Rogue’s infotainment system is much easier to use than Toyota’s system.
With Crossover SUVs, you can expect plenty of room for cargo in the back, but what about for the passengers? The Nissan Rogue wins this one with a much more spacious and quiet cabin due to its aerodynamic panels and underbody. Plus, you can easily access the third row with the EZ Flex Seating System. With the Rogue, you won’t have to sacrifice passengers over gear. It has plenty of cargo space with 39.3 cubic feet when the rear seats are in place, compared to the RAV4’s 38.4 cubic feet. The Nissan Rogue also has a Divide-N-Hide cargo system, so you can keep valuables safe and have plenty of room to pack things on top.