Nissan Rogue Sport Compared Against Honda HR-V

  

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The Nissan Rogue Sport is a Smart Choice in the Crowded Subcompact SUV Market

With so many new, tiny SUVs flooding the market and the highways here in the St. Louis area, it can be a challenge for drivers to choose the best one for their needs. At AutoCenters Nissan in Wood River, we're willing to take our stylish, eye-catching Nissan Rogue Sport, and compare it to any competing SUV from another carmaker.

The five-passenger, two-row Nissan Rogue Sport is perfect for our customers who prefer the style and flexible cargo of an SUV but are looking for a smaller vehicle that's both easy to maneuver in city traffic, and park in any crowded garage or lot. It offers all the design, stylistic, and high-quality elements you already appreciate about the larger Nissan Rogue and other Nissan SUVs, but in a practical, subcompact frame.

If you're in the market for a small SUV, and you're not sure whether the Rogue Sport or the similarly sized Honda HR-V are right for you, we can help. Let this side-by-side comparison be your guide as you shop for your next SUV.

The Nissan Rogue Sport vs. the Honda HR-V

  • Storage. Both the Nissan Rogue Sport and the Honda HR-V offer practical amounts of cargo storage for large grocery shopping trips and bulkier objects. In fact, both small SUVs have rear cargo holds that easily accommodate more than 22 cubic feet of gear. But, when it comes to small objects and everyday storage, the Rogue Sport is the clear winner. Cupholders, a center console, and door pockets are easily accessible in the front, while backseat passengers get convenient door pocket storage solutions. Meanwhile, the Honda HR-V has noticeably fewer places to store life's smaller objects, with only one small storage shelf tucked in below the center stack.
  • Technology features. The Honda HR-V has more trim options than the Nissan Rogue Sport, but the Nissan packs more features into every single trim than the Honda does. For example, every Nissan Rogue Sport has standard smartphone integration via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as standard satellite radio. The Honda HR-V, on the other hand, offers both of these tech amenities for just the upper trims, not as standard equipment for all models.
  • Standard safety equipment. As with the tech features, the Nissan Rogue Sport also offers more safety features as standard for all models. The Nissan gives St. Louis drivers standard automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, and rear-cross traffic alert. The Honda HR-V offers none of these standard and, in fact, only makes them available to drivers who opt for the top-of-the-line model.
  • Size and space. Both of these models are five-passenger, subcompact SUVs. But, the Nissan Rogue Sport measures slightly larger in a few areas than the Honda HR-V, including coming in longer and wider than the Honda. What this means inside for you is a little more breathing room and elbow room for you, and your passengers. You'll enjoy more legroom and headroom in the Nissan than the Honda, especially in the front seat.

Test Drive a Nissan Rogue Sport and See for Yourself near St. Louis

At AutoCenters Nissan, we could tell you what makes the Nissan Rogue Sport better, or we could show you. We feel that the best way for you to see the quality, style, and craftsmanship that could be yours with the Rogue Sport, is to stop by and take one for a test drive. Our showroom is on East Edwardsville Road in Wood River, IL, and our collection includes many topnotch Rogue Sport models you can test drive. Let us introduce you to everything that makes our small SUV the best one for your next vehicle.