Right off the bat, you'll find that the pricing on
the Toyota RAV4 is much more affordable than the Nissan Rogue. Comparably
equipped, a base RAV4 model is more than $700 cheaper than it's Nissan
counterpart. Save money and look good doing it.
The RAV4's engine is also more powerful than the
Rogue's. With the former kicking out 176 horsepower, it trumps the Rogue's 170
horsepower with ease.
If you're on the go with a lot to bring, the RAV4
offers a maximum of 1,500 pounds towing capacity. That's considerably more than
the Rogue's 1,000 pound maximum.
The RAV4 comes with six standard speakers in the
cabin. Compared to the Rogue's standard of four, you'll be smiling and nodding
along with clear sound no matter what seat you take. Add to this the RAV4's
voice-activated controls, something the Rogue lacks, and you'll be in even more
control of your tunes.
Your comfort is important on short and long drives.
The RAV4 offers better front shoulder and hip room so you can get comfortable
no matter your size.
The RAV4 has standard front knee airbags and
optional fog lights to keep your vision clear; neither of these things are
offered on the Nissan Rogue.