2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Honda CR-V

 
2016 Nissan Rogue vs
2016 Honda CR-V
With starting prices around $23,000* for base trims, the 2016 Nissan Rogue and 2016 Honda CR-V are affordable and reliable crossover SUVs. It should come as no surprise that, when we're talking about two of the most popular models in the crossover SUV segment, they each bring quite a bit to the table. Under the hood, both the Rogue and CR-V offer similar approaches which result in very similar performance profiles as well. Once inside the two models, however, is where the versatility of the Rogue 
Interior Comfort and Capacity
With an obvious edge in cargo volume, headroom and overall passenger space, the Rogue easily bests its Honda counterpart. The 2016 Nissan Rogue is the only model in its' class to offer a seating capacity for up to seven passengers. The 2016 Honda CR-V can only accommodate up to five occupants. In the Rogue, the optional third row includes a a split fold down bench seat that could easily be collapsed to make space for extra cargo. Additionally, the second row in the Rogue includes the signature EZ Flex Seating System, which allows passengers to relax in a reclined position. The versatile seats in the second row also slide smoothly for convenient access to the Divide-N-Hide Cargo System in the rear. All of which is exclusive to the 2016 Nissan Rogue.
 
Digital Technology
Featuring a seven-inch color touchscreen, the NissanConnect offers more features than the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System in the CR-V. The GPS Navigation system in the NissanConnect is synced with Google technology and SiriusXM Satellite Traffic to deliver precise directions in real time. Voice recognition allows you to send or receive text messages and access an array of apps through compatible smartphones. Siri Eyes Free makes it easy to sync an iPhone with NissanConnect. When it comes to security, the NissanConnect technology provides remote access to the vehicle. To enjoy the latest musc hits in crystal-clear quality, you can choose the Bose Audio System with nine speakers in the Nissan Rogue SL.