2017 Nissan Rogue vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4 vs. 2017 Hyundai Tucson
"Rogue" has a variety of interesting meanings. It can be another term for a person with a bad reputation, like a rascal, scoundrel or scallywag; it can also refer to people who behave in a way that is not expected, that think for themselves. And this latter meaning is precisely what car shoppers like yourself are embodying when you shop for Nissan's top-selling vehicle through most of 2016, the Nissan Rogue. It's a small SUV with cargo options, size and convenience that are far from the ordinary choices that you would have if the Rogue didn't exist.
In this model comparison, the 2017 Nissan Rogue takes on small SUV competition in the 2017 Toyota RAV4 and the 2017 Hyundai Tucson, all of which are worthy – and popular - entrants in this crossover battle. If you're looking for a small SUV, you want – nay, deserve – the fuel savings of a sedan, and the 2017 Rogue and 2017 Tucson are neck-and-neck, with the 2017 Rogue the winner at 26 mpg city, 33 mpg highway, and with the 2017 RAV4 a distant third at 23 mpg city, 30 mpg highway.
|2017 Nissan Rogue||Vs.||2017 Toyota RAV4||2017 Hyundai Tucson|
|26, 33||MPG (city, highway)||23, 30||26, 32|
|Up to 7||Seats||5||5|
|70.0||Cargo Room (cubic feet)||73.4||61.9|
Find a Versatile SUV, Save on Gas with the Nissan Rogue Near Davis and Vacaville CA
If you seek a versatile vehicle that can suit any kind of drive and still save you money at the gas pump, then check out the 2017 Nissan Rogue's available seven-passenger family package models, which means you can take larger groups on a road trip than with the 2017 Hyundai Tucson and 2017 Toyota RAV4, which can only fit five passengers maximum. The 2017 Toyota RAV4 may have a slight edge in the cargo room category with 73.4 cubic feet, but the 2017 Nissan Rogue is right behind with 70 cubic feet, and the Rogue also has a class-exclusive Divide-N-Hide Cargo System. This gives you the ability to organize your bags and items and also place valuables in a hidden area. The 2017 RAV4 has a cargo net and a cover, but nothing as unique as Divide-N-Hide, while the 2017 Tucson falls short with only 61.9 cubic feet of cargo room, about 11 percent less room than the 2017 Rogue gives you.
We've looked at the fuel economy, storage room and passenger room, and when you want a crossover vehicle that is equally fun for road trips as it is useful for family getaways, the 2017 Rogue is the clear winner over its competition here. If you'd like to get a closer look at the 2017 Rogue, then please visit us on the lot at Nissan of Vacaville, located at 671 Orange Drive in Vacaville, CA, though we also serve nearby cities like Davis, Fairfield and Sacramento. For more information please contact us at (888) 591-1861 or come see us in person to see our inventory and test drive an all-new Nissan Rogue.