Compare Rogue Sport vs Honda HR-V & Toyota CH-R

 

Compare the Nissan Rogue Sport against the Toyota C-HR and Honda HR-V

 

With so many subcompact crossover SUVs on the road, there can only be one leader. The new Nissan Rogue Sports arrives with versatility, performance, and innovation to take on models like the Toyota C-HR and Honda HR-V. Nissan of State College has a new selection of Rogue Sport models in stock and a team of experts ready to assist you today. Our knowledgeable sales staff will walk you through side-by-side comparisons of the new Rogue Sport and its competitors to help you make the best decision for your needs. We have years of experience serving our local customers and will work to pair you with the new Rogue Sport you want in no time. Whether you're gearing up for a weekend retreat or enjoying a night on the town, the new Nissan Rogue Sport is built to perform and impress. To see how the Nissan Rogue Sport stacks up against the Honda HR-V and Toyota C-HR, continue reading or make the short trip over to Nissan of State College for more information.

 

The Nissan Rogue Sport vs. the Toyota C-HR

 
    The Nissan Rogue Sport comes in at a lower MSRP than the Toyota C-HR, giving drivers ample performance and features at a more affordable price.
 
    Both models offer incredible reliability and come with three years or 36,000 miles of basic warranty coverage for added peace of mind on the road.
 
    Both SUVs also seat up to five passengers and come with plenty of available headroom and legroom for a comfortable riding experience.
 
    The Nissan Rogue Sport has higher torque output which delivers power to its wheels more effectively than the C-HR.
 
    The Rogue Sport also has a wider body frame than the C-HR for a more stable experience when driving.
 
    If you're looking to haul gear, the Nissan Rogue Sport also has a higher towing capacity than the Toyota C-HR.
 
    Both crossovers pack standard inline-four-cylinder engine options balancing performance and fuel efficiency for the day ahead.
 

The Nissan Rogue Sport vs. the Honda HR-V

 
    Both the Rogue Sport and HR-V both come standard with front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive for better handling and control on a variety of terrains.
 
    If you're looking for power, the Rogue Sport and HR-V both come with standard 141-horsepower inline-four-cylinder engines.
 
    The Rogue Sport has a greater overall length than the HR-V, offering more available interior volume.
 
    Both SUVs come with standard safety features such as a vehicle anti-theft system, a rearview camera, and automatic headlights.
 
    Unlike the HR-V, the Rogue Sport comes standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission.
 
    Get incredible fuel efficiency in these SUVs. The Rogue Sport averages 32 miles per gallon on the highway, while the HR-V steps out a little ahead 33 miles per gallon on the highway.
 
    The Rogue Sport has more available cargo volume with 61.1 cubic-feet of space while the HR-V only offers 58.8 cubic-feet of cargo room.
 

Visit Nissan of State College

 

For more information and to get behind the wheel of your new Nissan Rogue Sport, be sure to stop by Nissan of State College. We value your satisfaction and will work to make sure your next experience with us is a pleasure. If you are looking for financing, we also have an on-site finance department as well. Our finance experts will work to get you approved for your new Rogue Sport in no time. Whether you're looking to buy or lease, let us find you the best Nissan financing offers available. Be sure to fill out our online finance application as well and get pre-approved in minutes from home. Contact us or stop by for more available offers, and see why so many customers have made us their trusted Nissan dealer.

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