2019 Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue
When it comes time to choose your next compact SUV, you have some great options, such as the 2019 Honda CR-V or Nissan Rogue. However, it’s important to know which is the best fit for your drives around Biloxi, Gulfport, and Long Beach.
To help you determine which is the right pick for you, our team at Pat Peck Honda compared the 2019 Honda CR-V vs. Nissan Rogue on the points of powertrain, safety technology, and interior dimensions.
Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue Powertrain
At the heart of the compact SUV is the engine, and both the CR-V and Rogue have a healthy one that offers plenty of power.
Both SUVs are highly efficient as well due in part to their continuously variable transmissions (CVT). This kind of transmission does away with the set shift points of a traditional automatic and instead allows for a nearly infinite number of shift points between the upper and lower limit.
In the Rogue, this manifests as a maximum EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26 city/32 highway MPG. The Honda CR-V, on the other hand, maxes out its EPA-estimated fuel economy at 28 city/34 highway MPG.1
The CR-V reaches this level of efficiency with the available 1.5L turbo I-4 engine that has an even higher output at 190 horsepower.
Interested in learning more about the specs? Check out our Honda CR-V spec review!
Safety Technology in the CR-V and Rogue
To help you get where you’re going safely, both SUVs offer several available safety technologies that can make you more aware of your surroundings. For example, they each have an available blind spot monitor that alerts you to vehicles in your side blind spots.
They also have an available auto high beam feature that automatically toggles your high beams on and off based on the flow of oncoming traffic. This way, you can focus more of your attention on navigating in low-visibility conditions.
The Honda CR-V also offers a neat feature in the available Driver Attention Monitor. This feature will continuously monitor your driving habits. If it senses out-of-character patterns that imply drowsy or distracted driving, you’ll see a light on your dashboard telling you it’s time for a break.
The Nissan Rogue doesn’t have a comparable feature, so drivers may not be as aware of when they’re too tired to drive.
What you’ll find when you climb inside the cabin of the Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue is that they both have plenty of space for passengers. Both vehicles measure in at approximately 105 cubic feet of total passenger volume.
They also seat five passengers comfortably while still providing around 39 cubic feet of trunk space behind the second row. However, if you need to pack heavy for an upcoming trip or to move to a new apartment, you might be able to fit a bit more in the Honda CR-V.
When you fold the rear seats down in the CR-V, you’ll have a total cargo volume of 75.8 cubic feet. The Nissan Rogue has a total cargo volume of 70 cubic feet.
Your Choice: 2019 Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue
When we compared the 2019 Honda CR-V vs. Nissan Rogue, our team felt that the CR-V has more to offer drivers in Gulfport, Biloxi, and Long Beach.
To try it on for yourself, come to Pat Peck Honda and we’ll get you out for a test drive. Contact us to schedule your test drive of the Honda CR-V today!
1 Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.