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 Troy, MI

For Troy-area drivers who need to upgrade to a new crossover SUV soon, compact models like the Nissan Rogue and the Honda CR-V are popular options to consider. The 2021 Rogue is a next-generation model that is loaded with appeal, and its base MSRP is in the same ballpark as the CR-V. The 2021 CR-V is a mid-generation model with limited updates from the preceding year. As you get to know the other differences between the 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Honda CR-V, you may naturally gravitate toward one model.

Exterior

Compared to the 2020 Rogue, the 2021 has a fresh look with modernized style from every angle. It is taller and has a squared-off front end that shows off its confidence. The sides are smooth, while the backsides are firmly molded. From the V-Motion grille with a new mesh design to the glass roof, the segmented LED headlights, and the hands-free liftgate, the 2021 Rogue’s exterior is both contemporary and adequately appointed. The 2021 Honda CR-V’s exterior design is almost identical to the 2020 version’s exterior. It continues to have a cropped and angled nose, a tall cabin, and a single metallic bar that runs across the top of an otherwise thin grille. Some trims have foglamps, heated side mirrors, and LED lighting.

Interior

While the Rogue and the CR-V are two-row crossovers with leather or cloth material, their design differences end there. The 2021 Rogue’s grille design carries across the inside with a similar shape and finishes on the shifting knob, under the display screen, and in the steering wheel's center. This model also has an all-around camera, a navigation system, three display screens, smart device integration, auto climate control, and more. The CR-V’s interior style is somewhat dated and chunky. It places a display screen in front of the center stack. The AC system’s controls are mounted vertically below the angled screen and above an angled cropping that holds the engine controls. The CR-V has a few of the same interior features as you will find in the Rogue at specific trim levels.

Safety

You can appreciate the protection provided by assistive, passive, and active safety equipment in both models. In the 2021 Rogue, these features include rear auto braking, intelligent traction control, traffic sign recognition, active ride control, automatic brake hold, a blind spot monitor, a driver alert sensor, and more. Both models have tire pressure monitoring, airbags, child safety seat anchors, and other basics.

The 2021 Nissan Rogue is the smaller crossover that you need to get more familiar with soon. To inquire about our current inventory at Suburban Nissan of Troy and to book a test drive visit, contact our sales department online or over the phone today.