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2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4

Crossover SUVs have the versatility of a sports utility vehicle and the compactness of a car. They don't take up too much room, they don't drive like a big boat, and they generally are good on fuel economy. The Rogue became Nissan's best-selling model in 2017, and it was the first time that a non-car was the company's best-seller. The Rogue's "sportiness" combined with its structure and safety have helped to make it so popular.

Now, how does the Rogue compare to the competition? Crossovers just keep getting more popular, so it is expected that the Rogue will have some big players to compete with. Take the Toyota RAV4, for example. The RAV4 has been one of Toyota's most popular models in recent years, for all the same reasons that contribute to the Rogue's spike in sales. Our team at Nissan Guam is putting these two models head to head to determine which holds the edge. Read on to see how the 2017 Nissan Rogue compares to the 2017 Toyota RAV4.

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2017 Nissan Rogue Vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4
$23,820 MSRP $24,410
29 MPG (combined city/highway) 26
4.8/5 Consumer rating via Cars.com 4.8/5
5-7 Seating capacity 5

There really isn't a ton to differentiate the Rogue from the RAV4. And when that's the case when comparing cars, what is the ultimate decider? Why, the price of course! Based on the MSRPs, the Nissan Rogue is the one to pick over the Toyota RAV4. Additionally, as you saw above, the combined city/highway MPG rating is three miles more per gallon for the Rogue. The Rogue has a highway MPG rating of 33, which even compares well with mid-size sedans.

One reason many people choose to buy a crossover SUV is the extra space. The 2017 Nissan Rogue comes with up to seven seats, and can be collapsed down to a five-seat vehicle. The 2017 Toyota RAV4, however, only comes with five seats, essentially staying the same size as a standard car.

As for safety, the Nissan Rogue comes standard with a service-interval warning and a driver information center, while no such features are available on the RAV4. Anyone interested in the Nissan Rogue should contact Nissan Guam as soon as possible! We will happily serve you and even schedule a test drive for you.

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2017 Nissan Rogue exterior
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2017 NIssan Rogue interior

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