Compare 2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Honda CR-V

2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Honda CR-V
2021 Nissan Rogue 2021 Honda CR-V
Infotainment Display
  8.0-in. touchscreen 5.0-in. display
Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  Standard Available on other styles
Rear Automatic Braking
  Standard Not available
Parking Assistance
  Standard Not available
Blind-Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  Standard Available on other styles

2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Honda CR-V

Serving Farmington Hills, MI

When drivers in Farmington Hills search for their next crossover SUV, they often focus on many of the same features. These range from impressive styling to modern features and overall extraordinary value. The Nissan Rogue and the Honda CR-V are priced comparably and are both classified as compact crossover SUVs. While these are essential similarities, the Rogue and the CR-V have several significant differences.

Exterior

The 2021 Nissan Rogue has a bold, fresh look that is easy to fall in love with. The style has a powerful personality with smooth, powerful sides and a squared-off nose. The outer sides of the hood are prominently defined. The Nissan V-Motion grille is accented with chrome, and it is flanked by separated, stacked LED headlights. The Honda CR-V, on the other hand, has more curvature with less personality across the surfaces. It also has a modest grille that is connected on both sides to triangular headlights.

Interior

Like the exterior, the Nissan Rogue’s interior also has been excitingly modernized. It has three display screens mounted across the dashboard, available leather material, a rotary gear selector, a navigation system, heated seats, and more. The Honda CR-V for 2021 has a digital interface for the driver’s gauges, and a single display screen mounted in the center stack. These models share features like smart device integration and auto climate management systems.

Safety

You can appreciate the confidence that comes from advanced safety features in both models, but the specific features vary across these models and their trim levels. The Rogue’s standard safety equipment includes intelligent driver alertness, intelligent trace control, active ride control, high beam assist, rear auto braking, front and rear sonar tech, and more. The CR-V’s base safety features are airbags, adaptive cruise control, tire pressure monitoring, auto high beam headlights, and a few additional features.

At Suburban Nissan of Farmington Hills, the 2021 Rogue’s trim levels are on display for you to compare in person. To schedule a showroom tour and a Rogue test drive, contact our Nissan sales associates soon.