2018 Nissan Rogue Comparison | Dulles Area

Compare the 2018 Nissan Rogue in Sterling

When families and adventure lovers in the Chantilly area are looking to upgrade their ride to something more spacious, we steer you towards the crossovers on our lot. The 2018 Nissan Rogue provides an interior that offers space, the latest features, plus the safety technology that you want, which is why it is so popular. How does it compare to its competitors, the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4? We have gathered information on how these models stack up against each other, letting you make an informed decision regarding which offers your lifestyle the best support.

Comparing the three most popular crossovers on the market is part of doing your research, and our team has taken the initiative to put together a page dedicated to these models so you can make an informed decision. While you browse our inventory of new Rogue models, consider what trim level is right for you and which features matter most to you. Our team will be ready to help you find what you are looking for, so reach out to us with questions and we'll get you the answer quickly.

2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Honda CR-V

  • If you enjoy endless channels of music and talk radio, the 2018 Rogue is the choice for Dulles drivers because it offers SiriusXM Satellite Radio standard, while the CR-V does not.
  • Fuel economy with the Nissan Rogue is better than in the Honda CR-V, plus it offers a larger tank so you don't have to fill so often.
  • If interior space is important to you, the Nissan Rogue is your best bet, because it provides more shoulder room, headroom, and legroom, plus it boasts more cargo space than the CR-V does.
  • Power outlets are necessary for charging and more, but while the Rogue offers three 12V DC power outlets, the CR-V only provides you with two.
  • Drivers in Leesburg, VA, will be happy to learn that the 2018 Rogue offers Siri Eyes Free on the S trim level, which is a dramatic improvement over the CR-V. This model doesn't offer it on the base trim.
  • Premium safety features are part of why we love the 2018 Rogue. You can equip Blind Spot Sensor and Automatic Emergency Braking Mitigation on the S trim level, while the base level CR-V doesn't have these features standard.



2018 Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4

  • Fuel efficiency in the Toyota RAV4 isn't as good as it is in the Nissan Rogue, offering 28 mpg highway to the Rogue's 32 mpg highway.
  • Blind Spot Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking Mitigation are available on the 2018 Rogue's base trim, while it isn't offered on the base trim RAV4.
  • Roadside assistance is a perk that many drivers enjoy because it helps provide peace of mind for those unpredictable events like running out of gas, getting a flat, and more. This feature is offered on the Rogue for up to 36 months, while the RAV4 only allows it for 24 months.
  • All your favorite music is available in the Rogue at the touch of a button, but with the RAV4 you won't find SiriusXM Satellite Radio as a standard feature.
  • Performance in the RAV4 is not as exciting, offering 172 horsepower, while the Rogue offers 175 horsepower.
  • Sterling drivers will want to enjoy life to the fullest with the Rogue. This model offers more cargo space, passenger volume, legroom, and headroom than the RAV4 does.

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If you live in the greater Washington, DC, area and are interested in seeing how the 2018 Nissan Rogue can truly compare when it comes to a test drive, our team is ready to assist you. Discuss your financing needs with us while you're considering which paint color to choose, and we'll get you the Nissan Rogue lease or loan that is right for you.

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