Nissan Rogue vs Competitors for Sale in Warwick, RI
The compact crossover segment is buzzing, to say the least, with the popularity of these versatile vehicles having skyrocketed in recent years. The phenomenon of the half-car/half-SUV has created fierce competition among automakers to produce a best-seller. That, in turn, causes buyers to have higher expectations for this segment – not just for features but for affordability as well. The well-rounded and reasonably priced 2020 Nissan Rogue is making a lot of drivers happy. With its eye-catching looks, fine standard equipment, and relative spaciousness, it has a bit to brag about. Despite its distinctive standing, it still must contend with the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, Subaru Forester, Hyundai Tucson, and Kia Sportage. Below, we’ll delve into how these staunch rivals match up against each other in some important qualities.
The 2020 Nissan Rogue offers ample cargo area for a small crossover: 70 cubic feet with the second row folded flat. You just can’t fit as much behind the front row of the RAV4 (69.8 cu. ft.), CX-5 (59.6 cu. ft.), Tucson (61.9 cu. ft.), and Sportage (60.1 cu. ft.). What’s more, the 2020 Nissan Rogue has a standard Divide-n-Hide cargo system with 18 potential configurations that allows you to keep your goods organized and out of sight. None of the models being compared here have such a versatile cargo system. More important, tall occupants will likely be more comfortable in the 2020 Nissan Rogue thanks to its 41.6 inches of front headroom. With the CR-V (40.1 in.), RAV4 (37.7 in.), CX-5 (39.3 in.), Forester (41.2 in.), Tucson (39.6 in.), and Sportage (37.6 in.), passengers of above-average height might begin to feel cramped.
Amenities for Safety and Convenience
When it comes to providing top-notch safety tech, Nissan is one of the leaders. The 2020 Rogue, for example, offers an available around-view monitor that employs multiple camera positions that allow you to see everything in your immediate vicinity. A noteworthy feature of this monitor is the class-exclusive moving object detection, delivering a virtual 360-degree view while providing visual and audible alerts as it detects movement. This technology is unavailable with the CR-V, Forester, and Sportage.
The 2020 Nissan Rogue is also eligible for a rear automatic braking system that keeps an eye out for everything behind the vehicle and automatically applies the brakes to help avoid collision. This system is not available with the CR-V, CX-5, Tucson, or Sportage. To top it off, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard on the base 2020 Nissan Rogue, whereas it’s reserved for higher trims of the CR-V and CX-5.
While most cars today are outfitted with a tire alert system, the 2020 Nissan Rogue’s comes with a class-exclusive easy-fill tire alert that lets out a quick honk as you’re filling up to let you know when the correct pressure is achieved. None of the rivals in this comparison offers such a “smart” tire fill system.
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