2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee

2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee
2021 Nissan Rogue 2021 Jeep Cherokee
MPG (City/Highway) *
  27/35 22/31
Cargo Space
  74.1 cu. ft. 54.7 cu. ft.
Infotainment Display
  8.0-in. touchscreen 7.0-in. touchscreen

2021 Nissan Rogue vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee

Serving Troy, MI

As you get familiar with the smaller crossover SUVs on the market today, the revamped Nissan Rogue is worthy of your full attention. For 2021, the Rogue shows off bumper-to-bumper updates that take this model’s appeal to the next level. You may also have your eye on the Jeep Cherokee. One of the first things that you may notice as you compare these models is that the Cherokee’s entry-level price is higher than the Rogue’s despite the Rogue’s stunning updates. What are the other significant differences that you need to know about?


Along the full exterior of the 2021 Rogue, you can appreciate a boxier, bold stance with a squared-off front end. Its nose is particularly stunning with accents along the hood’s sides, updated mesh on the grille, and refreshed headlights and taillights. On the other hand, the Jeep Cherokee continues to have the same rounded styling that you may be familiar with, and this is because the 2021 Cherokee is part of a generation that debuted many years ago. The most modernized feature on its exterior is an LED ribbon that spans over the top of the headlights.


Likewise, the Rogue’s interior shows off an exciting new look as well as a few new features. The 2021 Cherokee’s interior, however, is mostly unchanged compared to the 2020 Cherokee’s interior. Also, the 2021 Rogue has several standard features that are either unavailable or optional in the other model. These include a rear parking aid, keyless start, remote trunk release, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.


The 2021 Rogue’s primary powertrain unit consists of a continuously variable transmission with overdrive and a 181-horsepower, 2.5-liter, I-4 gas engine. The 2021 Cherokee’s powertrain unit is an auto transmission with overdrive and a 180-horsepower, 2.4-liter, I-4 engine. While the output of these powertrain units is comparable, the Rogue surpasses the Cherokee in fuel economy and torque areas.

Our Suburban Nissan of Troy sales agents are available to show off the 2021 Rogue’s new look and features during your test drive experience. Schedule a visit by calling our sales department at Suburban Nissan of Troy today.

* 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 27 City MPG / 35 Highway MPG / 30 Combined MPG for Rogue® S FWD; 26 City MPG / 33 Highway MPG / 29 Combined MPG for Rogue S AWD; 26 City MPG / 34 Highway MPG / 29 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum FWD; 25 City MPG / 32 Highway MPG / 28 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum AWD. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.