2020 Nissan Rogue vs. 2020 Honda CR-V | McAllen, TX
The 2020 Nissan Rogue continues to be the best-seller in the Nissan lineup thanks to its wide range of standard technologies for safety and infotainment, as well as its flexible interior space that maximizes comfort and convenience. These are also some of the key areas the efficient midsize crossover beats out its stiffest competition, the 2020 Honda CR-V. So just how does the Nissan Rogue compare to the Honda CR-V?
Putting Safety First
Arguably, safety technology should be the most important consideration for any driver researching a new vehicle. And here is an area where the 2020 Rogue delivers most. Every new Rogue model comes standard with the Nissan Safety Shield® 360 suite of driver-assist safety technologies.
Among the advanced safety features for the Nissan Rogue is Around View Monitor®, which is optional for the Rogue but not available at all for the CR-V — or any other vehicle in the segment, for that matter. The Rogue also boasts available Rear Automatic Braking, which you cannot get on the CR-V, as well as the segment’s only Easy-Fill Tire Alert for the Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
Keeping You Connected
Infotainment technology is a hallmark of innovative vehicles today. The Nissan Rogue makes it easy to stay connected on the go with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration. These are not standard across the entirety of the Honda CR-V lineup.
Plenty of Interior Space
Passengers in the 2020 Nissan Rogue will enjoy 41.6 inches of front headroom — a best in class measurement. You’ll only get 40.1 inches in the 2020 Honda CR-V. The Rogue also boasts segment-leading cargo space behind the second row — up to 39.3 inches of cargo volume. You can easily store your cargo with the Divide-n-Hide® Cargo system, which is not available for the CR-V.
Test drive the Nissan Rogue at Bert Ogden Nissan in McAllen, Texas.