2016 Nissan Rogue vs. 2016 Honda CR-V vs. 2016 Mazda CX-5 vs. 2016 Toyota RAV4
It's the wild west out there for the small SUV class, and with so much top competition, it's kill or be killed. Which is why it's imperative to go Rogue from the standard humdrum crossover and leave that behind. While this type of vehicle is known for providing sedan-like handling and fuel economy while also giving you cargo room that is similar to a full-size SUV, once we compare the 2016 Nissan Rogue vs. 2016 Honda CR-V vs. 2016 Mazda CX-5 vs. 2016 Toyota RAV4, then you'll see the Rogue is a great pick for you and your passengers.
The 2016 Rogue is the only vehicle in this group that can seat more than five passengers, with a maximum capacity of seven in models with the Family Package, giving it the most room among this group with 126.5 cubic feet. But even base five-passenger 2016 Rogue models have more room than the others at 105.8 cubic feet. That comes in handy when you have kids in the backseat and you're on a long trip. In addition, the 2016 Rogue was given a 2016 IIHS Top Safety Pick, so it is very impact-resistant, which will make you feel secure while you're taking the gang to work on your carpooling day. Plus, with the ability to carry so many passengers come increased cargo needs, and the 2016 Rogue can hold up to 70 cubic feet of cargo and also comes with cargo tie-down hooks and a Divide-N-Hide cargo system that keeps everything sorted and safe.
|2016 Nissan Rogue||Vs.||
2016 Honda CR-V
|2016 Mazda CX-5||2016 Toyota RAV4|
|26 city, 33 highway||MPG||26 city, 33 highway||26 city, 35 highway||24 city, 31 highway|
|70||Cargo Room (cubic feet)||
|105.8 / 126.5 for 7-passenger||Passenger Room (cubic feet)||104.1||103.8||101.9|
|7||Max. Seating Capacity||5||5||5|
|Standard||Daytime Running Lights?||Available||Standard||Standard|
|Standard||Rear View Monitor?||Standard||Some Models||Standard|
Make Drivers in Chicagoland – Nay, Everywhere – Jealous of Your Roguish Ways
When you're looking for a crossover, not only do you want space and comfort, you want good fuel economy, and while the 2016 Mazda CX-5 gets a slight win with 26 mpg city, 35 mpg highway, the 2016 Nissan Rogue comes in second with a still-impressive 26 mpg city, 33 highway which is virtually the same figure – the 2016 Toyota RAV4 brings up the rear with 24 mpg city, 31 mpg highway. But here's what the 2016 CX-5 doesn't have: A power liftgate for your rear hatch, which is available for the 2016 Rogue. The 2016 CX-5 also comes with less cargo space at 64.8 cubic feet compared to the 2016 Rogue's 70.0 cubic feet.
Before we go, let's take a long look at a few other features that both come standard in all 2016 Rogue models, daytime running lights and a rear view camera. Both of these intuitive features will keep you safer, with the lights interacting with other drivers and the camera keeping you from potential accidents. The 2016 Rogue and the 2016 Toyota RAV4 are the only one of these four that come with both features standard. For example, the 2016 Honda CR-V comes with a rear view monitor, but if you want daytime running lights, you'll need to purchase a top-line model.
There's not much more to say, except that the 2016 Nissan Rogue is the clear winner if you're looking for a vehicle with space, fuel efficiency, and features that keep you safe, and we proudly have the Nissan Rogue on our lot. Please come visit us to look at, test drive or purchase a Rogue at Arlington Nissan, 1100 W. Dundee Road in Arlington Heights, IL. We also serve the greater Chicagoland area, including Naperville, Schaumburg and Palatine.