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2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Honda CR-V in Delray Beach, FL

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If you are looking for a new vehicle that is highly versatile and will make a statement wherever you drive it, then you have got to see the Nissan Rogue crossover. Crossover SUVs are versatile vehicles that are loved by many drivers, and that certainly goes for the Rogue, thanks to its spacious cabin with 7-passenger seating, fuel-efficient powertrain, and expansive cargo area. Drivers and families looking for a versatile new crossover near Coral Springs, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Pompano, and West Palm Beach can visit Delray Nissan in Delray Beach, FL to explore the Nissan Rogue. The Nissan sales specialists here would love to get you behind the wheel of a sporty, stylish, and versatile Rogue for a test drive. Learn more about Nissan's popular crossover SUV by reading below, then visit Delray Nissan to explore the Nissan Rogue in Delray Beach.

While the 2016 Nissan Rogue is tough to match in many ways, it still has its competitors. Let us see how this versatile crossover stacks up against its rival from Honda, the 2016 CR-V.

Price and Value

If you are looking for affordability and value in your new crossover SUV, then you will want to take a close look at the Nissan Rogue. One fo the first things you will likely notice when you are shopping the 2016 Rogue and 2016 Honda CR-V is that the Nissan has a lower starting price. At a starting MSRP of $23,290, the Rogue can be had for a few hundred dollars less than the 2016 Honda CR-V, which has a starting MSRP of $23,745. As you move up the trim levels, the incredible value of Nissan's Rogue only becomes more apparent. The range-topping Nissan Rogue SL trim level starts at a highly affordable $28,690 and comes standard with features like 18" aluminum-alloy wheels, power liftgate, NissanConnect with navigation and mobile apps, Nissan's innovative Around View Monitor, leather-appointed seating, and heated front seats. Add Nissan's Intuitive all-wheel drive (AWD) system to the Rogue SL and the MSRP is $30,040. If you want to get into the top of the line Honda CR-V Touring model, you will pay a much heftier price, as it starts at $32,195. For and AWD version of the CR-V Touring, you will be looking at spending around the MSRP of $33,495. In addition to its lower price, the Nissan Rogue provides some extra value that drivers are sure to love. For example, the new Rogue can easily seat up to seven passengers comfortably, while Honda's CR-V can only seat up to five passengers.

Fuel Efficiency

At first glance of the overall gas mileage figures for these two popular crossovers, it may seem that the 2016 Nissan Rogue and the 2016 Honda CR-V are nearly identical in fuel economy. However, when you take a closer look, this is simply not the case. The 2016 Rogue offers up to an EPA-estimated 33 miles per gallon on the highway and 26 miles per gallon around town, across each of its models. With the Honda CR-V, gas mileage can vary quite significantly between the various trim levels. For instance, while you will find similar fuel mileage to the new Rogue on some of the CR-V models, it can also go as low as 31 miles per gallon in the city, and 25 miles per gallon on the highway.

Passenger Space

Drivers and passengers alike will find that the 2016 Nissan Rogue provides more space and comfort, thanks to its larger interior dimensions compared to the 2016 Honda CR-V. With 41.6 inches of front head room, 43 inches of front leg room, second-row legroom of 37.9 inches, and third-row leg room of 31.4 inches, the new Nissan Rogue dwarfs its competitor from Honda. Keep in mind that the Honda can't even compete when it comes to third-row room, since it only offers two rows! The CR-V gives up nearly two inches of headroom and legroom in the front row to the Rogue. Of course, since the driver's seat and front passenger's seat are the two most frequently used seating positions in any vehicle, having that much more front headroom and legroom is a huge advantage for the new Nissan Rogue.

Cargo Capacity

If this battle weren't already lopsided enough, the Nissan Rogue piles on with its superior cargo capacity. Drivers and families with busy and active lifestyles will certainly appreciate the additional two cubic feet of standard cargo volume the new Rogue provides when compared to Honda's CR-V. Given that the new Rogue crossover has an additional row of seating for passengers, it's quite shocking that it still offers greater cargo capacity behind its rear seats. When you fold down the back two rows of seating in the Rogue, and the lone back row in the CR-V, you will find that these two popular crossover SUVs have nearly the same maximum cargo space. Considering that the Nissan Rogue has far greater passenger seating abilities, it is mighty impressive that the Rogue can meet or exceed the CR-V's cargo hauling capabilities. The Rogue also offers the inventive Divide-N-Hide Cargo System, which lets users configure the rear storage area to better accommodate items that might be problematic for vehicles with less innovative storage compartments, such as the Honda CR-V. With greater passenger volume, an additional row of seating, more standard cargo capacity, and smart storage solutions, the Nissan Rogue is the clear choice over the 2016 Honda CR-V for drivers who want to maximize versatility in their new crossover.

Design and Style

Are you looking for a new vehicle that can portray your busy and active lifestyle, and that will turn plenty of heads? If so, then the 2016 Nissan Rogue is likely the better choice for you than the 2016 Honda CR-V. The Rogue's stylish exterior design, highlighted by its large, sporty front grille and striking LED daytime running lights, is a breath of fresh air in the small crossover segment that it shares with less inspiring vehicles, like the Honda CR-V. The design of the new CR-V is far more pedestrian; it certainly doesn't appear as sporty or as athletic as Nissan's Rogue.

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