AutoCenters Nissan 2021 Rogue vs. Honda CR-V

The 2021 Nissan Rogue vs. the 2021 Honda CR-V - A Side-By-Side Look at Two Popular SUVs

With smaller SUVs taking over the roadways in and around the St. Louis, MO area, it can be confusing for drivers who are trying to make the right decision for their families. At AutoCenters Nissan in Wood River, we're here to help. We have the inside scoop on a variety of small SUVs, including our own popular Nissan Rogue, and we can help you make the right choice for your needs.

With high-end quality throughout and a style and design that appeals to drivers throughout O'Fallon and Collinsville, IL, the 2021 Nissan Rogue is one of the most sought-after models in our collection, and it's easy to see why. It has four doors, two rows of seating for up to five people, and a cavernous cargo hold, all backed by the legendary Nissan brand commitment to quality.

But the Rogue isn't the only small SUV competing for the attention of Edwardsville and Alton drivers, and we know that. To help you make the best decision for your commute, we've put the Nissan Rogue up against the Honda CR-V. Read on to learn more about the ways our model comes out ahead of the competition.

A Brief Look at the Nissan Rogue and the Honda CR-V


Nissan RogueHonda CR-V
Front Seat Legroom41.5 inches41.3 inches
Front Seat Headroom41.1 inches40.1 inches
MPG Range City392392
MPG Range Highway508476
Fuel Tank Capacity14.5 gallons14 gallons



Size and Interior Space

Both well-know SUVs have roomy interior cabins that seat five people comfortably. But with more headroom and legroom, the Nissan Rogue gives you, and your passengers, extra room to stretch out in. The Rogue is also slightly taller, longer, and has a wider wheelbase than the Honda CR-V, translating to nice amounts of passenger space on the inside.

Tech Features

The 2021 Nissan Rogue is also the leader in automotive technology and features in this comparison. Starting at the base model Rogue S, every trim gets an impressive array of standard amenities that includes an 8-inch touchscreen interface, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, satellite radio, and more. The 2021 CR-V doesn't have these tech features standard and, in fact, starts with a smaller, 5-inch display screen that is not touchscreen enabled. Touchscreen and smartphone integration are not included here until further up the trim level lineup.

Fuel Capacity and Range

Whether you have a long commute or a short one, efficiency is always important with any ride, and the Nissan Rogue can take you further on a tank of gas. The Rogue holds up to 14.5 gallons of gas, while the CR-V tank holds 14 gallons. This gives the Rogue a range of 508 miles on the highway for every fill up, compared to 476 miles on the highway for the Honda model. However, both SUVs offer a similar combined EPA rating of 30 mpg, and both range 392 miles in the city per fill up.

Learn More and Meet the Nissan Rogue near St. Louis

The best way to understand what sets the 2021 Nissan Rogue apart from the competition, and what makes it the perfect SUV fit for you, is a test drive. We invite you to visit us in person soon and let us introduce you to this stylish and sought-after model. We'll set you up behind the wheel for a test spin and help you secure the details on the ideal lease or loan to make your driving dreams a reality.