2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Toyota Rav4
|Nissan Rogue||Toyota Rav4|
|Starting MSRP||Starting at $23,240||Starting at $23,680|
|City/Highway MPG||26 city/33 highway||24 city/ 31 highway|
|Basic Warranty||3 years/36,000 miles||3 years/36,000 miles|
|Available Engines||2.5-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder||2.5-liter 4-cylinder|
|Available Drivetrains||FWD, AWD||FWD, AWD|
|Base Horsepower||170 hp||176 hp|
|0-60 Time||9 sec||8.7 sec|
|Overall NHTSA Safety Rating||4 Stars||4 Stars|
|Seating Capacity||5, 7||5|
|Front Head Room||41.6″||39.8″|
|Front Leg Room||43.0″||42.6″|
|Rear Leg Room||37.9″||37.2″|
|Cargo Volume||39.3 cu ft||38.4 cu ft|
Perhaps the most useful vehicle on the market is the crossover. Large enough to lead a carpool, yet efficient enough to rival many sedans, the crossover is the ultimate convenience vehicle. Two of the leading vehicles of this class include the Nissan Rogue, and the Toyota Rav4. Known for exceptional value, dependable performance, and innovative safety features, the Nissan Rogue and Toyota Rav4 are excellent vehicles. But, which should you purchase? Keep reading as we compare the 2016 Nissan Rogue and Toyota Rav4 side by side.
Competitive Advantages of the Nissan Rogue:
More standard safety features at a lower starting MSRP
Greater interior and cargo capacity
Engineered to be more efficient and safety-driven
Upscale interior with useful infotainment features
The Nissan Rogue offers far greater interior comforts than the Toyota Rav4, offering more driver and passenger room, and more cargo room. Whether its daily errands or weekend road trips, you’d be mistaken not to choose the Rogue.
Finally- a vehicle with complete visibility. The Nissan Rogue steps ahead of the competition by offering an “Around View” camera system, featuring four cameras mounted front, rear, and on the mirrors to provide a 360-degree fish-eye view of your surroundings.
The Nissan Rogue is offered at a starting MSRP $440 less than the Toyota Rav4. In addition to the lower starting MSRP, the Nissan Rogue features more standard features, making the most of your dollar.
The Nissan Rogue measures 182″ L x 72″ W x 66″ H while the Toyota Corolla measures 180″ L x 73″ W x 65-67″ H. Overall, the Nissan Rogue offers greater passenger and cargo volume.
The Nissan Rogue and Toyota Rav4 are offered in Front Wheel Drive and All Wheel Drive drivetrains, performing just as well on city streets as forest trails.
The Nissan Rogue was praised for offering a smooth, nimble ride on varying road surfaces whereas the Toyota Rav4 was criticized for offering little comfort over changing road conditions, such as bumps.
The Nissan Rogue and Toyota Rav4 are similar in performance potential, with similar horsepower and acceleration speeds. However, the Nissan Rogue steps ahead by offering a more fuel efficient ride.
The Nissan Rogue offers the ability to be equipped with third-row seating, ultimately providing seating for up to seven, while the Toyota Rav4 only allows for seating for up to five.
The Nissan Rogue and Toyota Rav4 offer an identical basic warranty, spanning 3 years/36,000 miles.
Winner: Nissan Rogue – Nissan Rogue vs Toyota Rav4
For the driver willing to look past the groupthink of traditional crossovers, the Nissan Rogue is the superior choice. Moving beyond the sterile uniformity of traditional crossovers, the Nissan Rogue provides modern technology, innovative utility, and noble safety features. Experience the all-new Nissan Rogue for yourself, only at Garber Nissan on Bay Road.