2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Toyota RAV4
If you're on the hunt for a stylish, functional and well-equipped compact SUV, then you'd be hard-pressed to find a better option than the 2017 Nissan Rogue. The new Rogue raises the bar even higher for the compact SUV segment with a new look, enhanced utility and an expanded suite of Nissan Safety Shield technologies, along with the addition of an eco-friendly hybrid model. Take a look at this 2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Toyota RAV4 comparison to see how the new Rogue measures up against the competition.
The 2017 Rogue delivers an impressive balance of performance and efficiency. It offers a choice of two powertrains — a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine rated at 170 horsepower and 175 lb-ft or torque and an all-new hybrid version, delivering both quick acceleration and outstanding fuel economy. The 2017 Rogue also features Nissan's suite of confidence-inspiring dynamic technologies with Active Trace Control, Active Engine Braking and Active Ride Control. It also comes standard with 4-wheel independent suspension, Electric Power-assisted Steering, 4-wheel disc brakes with Anti-lock Braking System and Vehicle Dynamic Control with Traction Control System and Hill Start Assist.
|2017 Nissan Rogue||VS||2017 Toyota RAV4|
|33||Highway Fuel Economy||30|
|106 cu-ft||Passenger Volume||102 cu-ft|
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The 2017 Rogue is also more affordably priced, with a base MSRP that is $1,090 less than the 2017 RAV4 ($23,820 vs $24,910). Despite the lower price, the Rogue offers tremendous value with an abundance of standard features, including LED running lights, remote keyless entry, air-conditioning with rear vents, 5-inch central display, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, satellite radio, USB port, navigation system and height-adjustable driver seat. If opting for the Rogue SL Premium trim, you'll also get premium features like a panoramic sunroof, as well as automatic emergency braking and a forward collision mitigation system.
Another advantage of the 2017 Rogue is its spacious and versatile interior, with a passenger volume of 106 cu-ft, compared to 102 cu-ft for the 2017 RAV4. Enhanced design features in the 2017 Rogue include new door and instrument panel finishers, new shift knob design revised center console and console lid and new seat fabric. The 2017 Rogue is offered with standard 2-row/5-passenger seating and optional 3-row/7-passenger seating, which is possible thanks to its interior packaging efficiency. In comparison, the 2017 RAV4 only offers standard 5-person seating. Additionally, the new Rogue also offers an innovative Divide-N-Hide Cargo System that provides 18 adjustable variations between the cargo and occupant areas.
Do you live in Southeastern Wisconsin and would you like to experience the 2017 Rogue? Contact us at Kenosha Nissan!