2020 Nissan Rogue vs. 2019 Honda CR-V
KEY ROGUE ADVANTAGES
- Nissan EZ Flex® Seating System – Rogue’s 2nd-row seatbacks can recline and fold flat, and the seats can slide fore and aft approximately 9 inches in two independent sections. CR-V’s 2nd-row seatbacks recline, but the seats do not slide.
- Divide-N-Hide® Cargo System – The floor of Rogue’s cargo area can be raised, lowered, and divided to provide cargo-carrying flexibility and security. This feature is not available on CR-V.
- Available Intelligent Around View® Monitor1 (I-AVM) (vs. no Moving Object Detection system) – Rogue’s available Intelligent Around View Monitor provides visual and audible warnings if a moving object is detected within the displayed monitor image. CR-V offers a standard multi-view camera but no CR-V has a Moving Object Detection system.
- Standard Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection2 (vs. available and no pedestrian detection) – Every Rogue comes with Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, which warns the driver if there is a risk of a forward collision and can even engage the brakes to help avoid a collision or mitigate the effects of an impact. CR-V’s emergency braking system does not come standard on all models, and does not include pedestrian detection.
- More front head and leg room – Rogue offers more room for front passengers than CRV.
- 1.5 inches more front head room for models without moonroof (41.6 in. vs. 40.1)
- 1.5–1.7 inches more front head room for models with moonroof (39.5 in. vs. 37.8–38.0)
- 1.7 inches more front leg room (43.0 in. vs. 41.3)
- Intelligent Engine Brake (I-EB)
- Active Ride Control (ARC)
- Vented rear disc brakes (vs. solid discs)
- Available 19-inch wheels and tires
- Available Power Panoramic Moonroof (vs. conventional moonroof)
- Zero Gravity front seats
- Rear Door Alert3
- Available Intelligent Cruise Control4 (ICC) with Full-Speed Range and Hold (vs. not full-speed range, no hold function)
- Standard Apple CarPlay®5 and Android Auto™5 (vs. available)
- Easy-Fill Tire Alert
- Standard safety features (vs. available) including:
- High Beam Assist (HBA)
- Lane Departure Warning6
- Intelligent Lane Intervention7 (I-LI)
- Blind Spot Warning8 (BSW)
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert9 (RCTA)
- Available Rear Automatic Braking10 (RAB)
- Available brand-name audio system (Bose®)
- Standard satellite radio (vs. available)
- Longer wheelbase and overall length
- More rear hip room
2019 HONDA CR-V OVERVIEW
CR-V is positioned between the HR-V and Pilot in Honda’s crossover SUV lineup. It is available in four trim levels (LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring).
Depending on the trim level, CR-V is available with a normally aspirated 2.4-liter or turbocharged 1.5-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine. All CR-Vs have a continuously variable transmission and are available in front- or all-wheel drive.
CR-V offers a wide range of advanced technology and driver-assist features. Yet Rogue offers several comfort and convenience and advanced safety technologies that are not available on CR-V, as well as greater passenger and cargo versatility than CR-V.
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2019 HONDA CR-V
CR-V carries over for 2019 with the following changes:
- EX-L with Navi is no longer available.
- New exterior color: Platinum White Pearl.
TRIM LEVEL MATCHUPS
|S (FWD/AWD)||LX (FWD/AWD)|
|SV (FWD/AWD)||EX (FWD/AWD)|
|SL (FWD/AWD)||EX-L (FWD/AWD)|
|SL with Premium Package (FWD/AWD)||Touring (FWD/AWD)|