2015 Nissan Rogue vs. 2015 Honda CR-V
Before You Buy a 2015 Nissan Rogue in Eastern Kentucky, Southern Ohio, and West Virginia…
The 2015 Nissan Rogue has some significant updates from its original model, and is now a much more competitive crossover for drivers in the Tri-State area with available amenities like a touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth connectivity, and NissanConnect. But the basic Rogue S is a different story, lacking a range of features that many drivers have come to expect on a modern crossover. The Rogue does have a fuel-efficient engine with 34 highway and 26 city mpg, but some competing models are actually more efficient.
One of those competing models is the 2015 Honda CR-V. Honda’s CR-V took home the Motor Trend 2015 Sport/Utility of the Year award, and 2015 CR-V 2WD models earn an EPA-estimated 34 highway and 27 city mpg.* It’s a small difference, but it’s the first of many small differences that put the CR-V a step ahead of the Rogue. And when it comes to features, the CR-V has amenities like Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, Honda’s i-MID infotainment system with customizable touchscreen, Pandora internet radio, SMS texting, steering wheel-mounted controls, and much more. Put simply, Honda’s crossover continues to set the trends in its class, as it did when it first debuted, and you can upgrade to Honda’s Real-Time All-Wheel Drive system at any of the four trim levels.
See our side-by-side comparison and then take a 2015 CR-V for a test drive at a Tri-State Honda Dealer.