It can be hard to shop for an SUV with so many unique models available. For many SUV shoppers, their decision comes down to two option: The 2020 Nissan Rogue vs the 2020 Honda HR-V. Below, we’ve illustrated the major differences between both vehicles to help drivers determine which one offers more value.
When drivers compare the engine of each vehicle, they’ll notice that the 2020 Nissan Rogue greatly outperforms the 2020 Honda HR-V. In terms of output, the 2020 Rogue produces 170 horsepower, which is nearly 30 horsepower more than its Honda competitor. Similarly, the 2020 Rogue supplies 175 pound-feet of torque, while the 2020 Honda HR-V only offers 127 lb.-ft. of torque.
2020 Nissan Rogue
2020 Honda HR-V
|170 hp||Standard Horsepower||141 hp|
|175 lb.-ft.||Standard Torque||127 lb.-ft.|
|Standard||Apple CarPlay/Android Auto||Available|
|105.8 cu.ft.||Passenger Volume||100.1 cu.ft.|
Drivers looking to take advantage of smartphone integration services like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto should note that these services come standard in the 2020 Nissan Rogue. Drivers can only access these services on the 2020 HR-V’s Sport trim and above.
Passengers will have more space to work with in the 2020 Nissan Rogue, too. The maximum passenger volume offered by the 2020 Rogue is 105.8 cubic feet, compared to the 100.1 found in the 2020 Honda HR-V. The 2020 Rogue is also a trustworthy SUV for cargo storage, featuring a maximum cargo capacity of 70 cubic feet when drivers fold down the rear row.
Available 2020 Nissan Rogue safety features include: Zone body construction with front and rear crumple zones, a reinforced passenger compartment, break-away engine mounts, latch-system anchors and tethers for child seats, an advanced air bag system, an energy-absorbing steering column, a tire pressure monitoring system, an anti-theft engine immobilizer system and steel side-door guard beams.