2021 Nissan Rogue vs Honda CR-V
2021 Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V
The 2021 Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V are both five-passenger compact crossover SUVs that offer four-cylinder engines. They both come standard with front-wheel drive and have all-wheel drive available in specific models. The updated Rogue offers a larger touchscreen and standard smartphone compatibility and more premium options than the CR-V.
2021 Nissan Rogue Power & Handling
The 2021 Rogue offers a 2.5-liter inline-4 with an outstanding 170 horsepower. This engine is connected to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). CVT transmission with no set gears. This powertrain is rated for a fantastic 26/33 mpg. Switch your Rogue to Sport mode, and you have just transformed your car into a rocketship. If the roads get slippery, your Rogue will transition seamlessly from pavement to dirt with the twist of a dial. Nissan’s Intelligent Trace Control system will apply the brake to each wheel individually to help you steer effortlessly through a turn.
2021 Honda CR-V Power & Handling
The Honda CR-V offers a 1.5-liter turbo I4 with 190-horsepower. The continuously variable transmission provides adequate acceleration and decent fuel economy: 30 mpg with front-wheel drive. The CR-V comes standard with front-wheel drive and offers an all-wheel-drive option.
2021 Nissan Rogue Features & Design
The soft leather seats of the 2021 Rogue will make you think you are in your favorite recliner at home. The ample legroom will let you stretch your legs. The Dual Panel Panoramic Moonroof creates an environment that is spacious and airy. This panoramic moonroof is so large even the rear passengers can enjoy a clear view of the sky and stars. Your Rogue will remember the pre-set seat and side mirror positions for up to two drivers with the Nissan Intelligent Key system. The Bose premium audio system will map and analyze the unique cabin characteristics based on the proprietary design. Bose will bring the power of sound to every seat. The 2021 Rogue was designed with kids in mind, with the rear doors open almost 90º, allowing for easier access. The lower back door sills are adjustable inward to save you from bending over.
2021 Honda CR-V Features & Design
The Honda CR-V offers an available Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system. This system comes with three separate settings for comfort. Honda’s available Divide-N-Hide system provides six different ways to organize the cargo space. The Touring model, the CR-V’s premier model, offers a Motion Activated Liftgate that opens with a kick of your foot under the rear bumper.
As you can see, the 2021 Honda CR-V is a decent competitor. However, the 2021 Nissan Rogue wins this battle. Dave Smith Nissan has many 2021 Rogues in stock for you to test drive. Stop into our showroom today and speak with a sales representative. If you can’t make it down to our dealership, you can always see our entire inventory on our website.