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2020 Nissan Rogue vs. 2020 Toyota RAV4

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2020 Nissan Rogue vs 2020 Toyota RAV4

Which crossover is right for you?

The 2020 Nissan Rogue and the 2020 Toyota RAV4 are both compact crossover SUVs with outstanding standard features. These SUVs both have impressive performance capabilities and the latest technology features with spacious cabins, but the Rouge comes out on top.



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The 2020 Rogue’s base trim has a starting price of $23,000. There are three trim levels ranging from $23,000 up to $33,040. The SL is the most expensive trim, and it has premium features and All-Wheel Drive.

The LE trim is the baseline RAV4, and it starts at $25,850. There are five more trims above the LE, and the TRD Off-Road trim is priced at $35,180. The Limited trim starts at 34,380, but a hybrid version with All-Wheel drive starts at $36,630.

The 2020 Nissan Rogue is the clear winner when it comes to starting prices. It has the greatest value for the lowest price.




The Rogue has a 2.5L 16-valve 4-cylinder engine. It has 170 HP, an Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), and an Eco/Sport Mode. All trims are Front-Wheel Drive. Each trim can be upgraded to Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, which can automatically adapt to changes in road conditions. The fuel economy is 26 city/33 HWY miles per gallon.

Similar to the Rogue, the RAV4 has the same engine. The only difference is in the fuel economy. The RAV4’s fuel economy is 26 city/30 hwy MPG. Certain trims can be upgraded to a hybrid model, increasing the MPG to 38 on the highway. The hybrid models cost a lot more than the other trims.

Both SUVs have superior performance capabilities that will provide you with a smoother ride. They have the same engine, but the 2020 Rogue offers superior fuel economy.



Interior Comfort and Convenience Features

The 2020 Nissan Rogue takes interior style and comfort to the next level. The RAV4 has plenty of innovative features as well, but the Rogue has more features and a smarter cargo space. Both models come with a standard Bluetooth, a 7” touch screen with smartphone integration, and almost identical overall cargo volume. Compare other interior features below:


- Nissan Intelligent Mobility

- Available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

- Divide-N-Hide cargo system

- Bose premium audio system

- Heated front seats and steering wheel

- Zero gravity and memory front seats

- 4-way power front-passenger’s seat

-Dual zone automatic temperature control



- Power-Adjustable driver’s seat with memory function

- JBL Audio System

- SofTex trimmed seats

- Ventilated/heated front seats

- Dual zone climate control with rear vents



Safety Features

Your safety is always our top priority. When the unexpected happens, advanced security features are there to protect you in the event of an accident. The Rogue and the RAV4 are both packed with standard safety equipment like Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, and Pedestrian Detection. Here is a breakdown of safety features for each model:


- Nissan advanced air bag system

- Tire pressure monitoring system

- Automatic collision notification

- Blind Spot Monitoring

- Rear Cross Traffic Alert



- Toyota Safety Sense 2.0

- Automatic high beams

- Blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert

- Star Safety System




Overall, the Rogue has superior capabilities, rich interior style and comfort, advanced safety equipment, and a more affordable price than the RAV4. Now that you know the Rogue is the better crossover SUV, you can explore each trim level of the 2020 Rogue. (link) Don’t hesitate to ask a World Car Nissan Product Specialist for more information on the Rogue! Stop by our showroom in Live Oak or schedule a test drive today!


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