At Burns Honda, we know that you need to be supported by a dependable vehicle as you drive around Marlton, Mt. Laurel, and Cherry Hill, NJ. With either the Honda CR-V or the Nissan Rogue by your side, you’ll lead the way with efficiency, power, and plenty of technology.
However, to ensure that you’re equipped with an SUV that’ll take your journey up a notch, it’s time to dive into the details. That’s why we created this Honda CR-V vs. Nissan Rogue vehicle comparison.
We hope that, once you’ve taken a closer look at these road companions, you’ll know exactly which one is right for you and your family. Go ahead and give it a read through and then contact us to take your top pick for a spin!
Whether you choose to drive the Nissan Rogue or Honda CR-V, you can count on your SUV to give you plenty of capability. They both come standard with front-wheel drive, but drivers who want a bit more traction control during the winter months tend to choose the available all-wheel drive (AWD) system.
The AWD system in both the CR-V and Rogue is smart. It automatically redistributes torque based on your roadway conditions to help you drive confidently whether you’re cruising down the open highway, taking on an off-road obstacle, or commuting through the snow.
When it comes to getting moving, however, you may get a bit more of a push from the Honda CR-V, which comes standard with a 1.5L turbo I-4 engine. This turbocharged engine gets 190 horsepower and 179 lb-ft of torque.
The Nissan Rogue, unfortunately, doesn’t deliver that same kick because it doesn’t have a turbocharged powertrain. Its standard engine is a 2.5L I-4 that produces 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque. That’s still plenty of power, just less than the Honda CR-V.
Still, both SUVs come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that provides smooth shifts to optimize performance and maximize efficiency.
If you want a little extra security when you hit the road, then you’ll probably be happy that both the Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue come standard with several safety technologies. These include:
They also both come with standard automatic high beams. This feature automatically toggles your high beams on and off when it detects oncoming cars and traffic lights. Plus, the CR-V and Rogue each have a smart cruise control system.
Smart cruise control helps to ease the strain of long highway drives by automatically adjusting your cruise control speed to go with the flow of traffic. This way, you don’t have to manually turn your cruise control off and reset it when you encounter slower-moving cars on the highway.
The main difference here is that the Honda CR-V offers its smart cruise control system as a standard feature while the Nissan Rogue requires an upgrade before it’s available.
Now that we’ve compared the Honda CR-V vs. Nissan Rogue, we hope you have a better idea of which SUV is going to have what it takes to get you around Marlton, Cherry Hill, and Mt. Laurel.
If you like what the CR-V has to offer, then contact the team at Burns Honda and we’ll get you behind the wheel to test it out.