2020 Nissan Rogue vs 2020 Toyota RAV4
2020 Nissan Rogue 2020 Toyota RAV4
Rear Cargo Space
  39.3 cu. ft. 37.6 cu. ft.
Front Head Room
  41.6 in. 39.5 in.
Front Leg Room
  43.0 in. 41.0 in.
40/20/40 2nd-row split-folding seat
  Standard Not available

2020 Nissan Rogue vs 2020 Toyota RAV4

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The 2020 Nissan Rogue competes against the 2020 Toyota RAV4 in the compact crossover SUV segment. Available with the NissanConnect infotainment system and Safety Shield 360, the Rogue has a clear edge over its competitor in terms of digital technology and safety.

Handling

Equipped with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, the 2020 Rogue will not be hindered by inclement weather or rough roads. The patented drivetrain quickly adapts to changes in traction and terrain. Not all 2020 RAV4 trims are available with the Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD, which provides good all-weather traction. However, this Toyota model offers the AWD Drive Integrated Management technology for improved performance. Running on the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission, the 2020 Rogue is unlikely to get stuck with a single gear ratio on the road. You can't access more than eight gear sequences from the RAV4's Dynamic Shift automatic transmission. Additionally, the hybrid model's ECVT isn't as responsive and dynamic as the Xtronic CVT.

Active Safety

The 2020 Rogue boasts the ProPILOT Assist, one of the most sophisticated driving aides ever developed by the Nissan company. By pushing an electronic button, you can take full advantage of this patented active safety function. For example, this signature technology makes optimum adjustments to your speed in response to stop-and-go traffic. This Nissan crossover SUV also flaunts the Intelligent Around View Monitor that creates 360-degree images in real time. When you engage the reverse gear ratio from the Xtronic transmission, the RearView Monitor may also come on. Additional support is provided by the Rear Sonar System and Rear Automatic Braking. You won't find as many parking aides in the 2020 RAV4. However, this model is equipped with lots of accident-prevention features that are powered by the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite. Both cars have advanced systems that monitor blind spots and marked lanes on the road.

Technology

The Nissan Door to Door Navigation is optional for the 2020 Rogue. You may access this signature service on the NissanConnect infotainment system. In addition to viewing 3-D images on the touch screen, you can browse lots of mobile-friendly applications. Each crossover SUV provides universal support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can also ask Amazon Alexa for guidance during a trip in each vehicle. These reliable family cars have wireless Bluetooth and several USB ports for additional connections. Consisting of nine speakers, the 2020 Rogue's Bose audio system creates great acoustics. By contrast, most of the RAV4 trims have a mediocre six-speaker sound system. Even the 11-speaker sound system from JBL isn't as good as the signature Bose audio system.