Vehicle2018 Nissan Rogue2018 Toyota RAV4 LE2018 Honda CRV LX
Ground Clearance8.2 in6.1 in7.8 in
Length184.5 in183.5 in180.6 in
Front Head Room41.6 in39.8 in40.1 in
Front Leg Room43.0 in42.6 in41.3 in
RadioBluetooth with Streaming AudioN/AN/A
Blind Spot SensorBlind Spot WarningN/AN/A
Fuel Economy26/33/29 mpg22/28/25 mpg25/31/27 mpg
Fuel Range377/479 Miles350/445 Miles350/434 Miles

Highlights from NY Daily News [May 30, 2018, 10:00 AM]

"With SL trim, standard equipment includes a stack of safety features, such as automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, lane departure warning, and more. Inside, drivers enjoy an 8-way power seat, as well as NissanConnect with Navigation including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. Remote engine start is also standard, as is a Divide-N-Hide cargo system."

"Holy cow. The Rogue's front seats are splendid. That's not hyperbole, either. The Rogue comes with Nissan's leather "Zero Gravity" seats, which are modeled on the relaxed position the human body assumes in outer space. The goal is to maximize comfort and reduce fatigue."

"The 19-inch alloy wheels are also a nice addition because they make the Rogue look more, ahem, Rogueish."

"Nissan also provides ProPilot Assist for the Rogue, which could be considered a Level 1 autonomous driving feature. Think adaptive cruise control that keeps you in your lane, braking and accelerating as needed to keep your space."

"2018 "Top Safety Pick" from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)."

~ Brian Chee