If you are looking for a new crossover SUV that is exceptionally versatile, stylish and feature-rich, then the Nissan Rogue may be the vehicle for you. Thanks to its spacious cabin with seating for seven passengers and plenty of cargo space and cabin features, Nissan's Rogue has become a big hit with families and drivers who lead active lifestyles. To see Nissan's sporty and versatile Rogue crossover SUV near Albertville, Horton and Hustleville, AL, drivers can visit Nissan of Albertville or shop our online inventory of Nissan Rogue SUVs in in Albertville, AL today. The Nissan sales associates at Nissan of Albertville can get you behind the wheel of a sporty and stylish new Rogue for a test drive. Learn more about Nissan's popular crossover SUV below, then visit Nissan of Albertville to explore the new Nissan Rogue for yourself!
Nissan's Rogue crossover SUV has a number of competitors in the popular mid-size crossover market. Let's see how this versatile crossover from Nissan stacks up against Honda's CR-V.
Thanks to its larger interior dimensions, drivers and passengers alike will find that the Nissan Rogue provides more space and comfort than the Honda CR-V. Featuring 43 inches of front leg room, 37.9 inches in the second-row and third-row leg room of 31.4 inches, the Nissan Rogue dwarfs its competitor from Honda. Keep in mind that the CR-V cannot even compete when it comes to third-row room -- since it only offers two rows! While the Rogue provides front passengers with 41.6 inches of front head room, Honda's CR-V gives up almost two inches of headroom in the front row to the Rogue! There are nearly two inches of additional legroom in the front seats of the Rogue compared with the CR-V, which means that front passengers can stretch out and enjoy the Rogue's ride that much more. Add in the Rogue's impressive cargo capacity and Divide-N-Hide Cargo System, and Nissan's popular crossover SUV is tough to top!
The Nissan Rogue's sporty exterior design is highlighted by its aggressive, chromed trapezoidal front grille and striking LED daytime running lights. Like other Nissans, the Rogue crossover SUV certainly has plenty of Nissan's sports car DNA packed into its sleek design. In contrast, Honda's CR-V offers an attractive but bland exterior that feels much more pedestrian than the exciting Rogue. The CR-V's style hints at its common use: as a family hauling vehicle.