|Model||2023 Honda CR-V||2023 Nissan Rogue|
|Starting MSRP||$31,110||$27,360 (estimated)|
|Maximum Horsepower||204-hp 2.0L 4-cylinder hybrid||201-hp three-cylinder|
|MPG||Up to 28 city / 34 highway (2WD)||Up to 30 city / 37 highway (AWD))|
|Transmission||Continuously Variable Automatic||Continuously Variable-Speed Automatic|
|Entertainment System||12-speaker Bose premium audio||9 high-performance speakers|
|Maximum Cargo Space||76.5 cubic feet||69.8 cubic feet|
|Hill Descent Control||Standard||Available|
The 2023 Honda CR-V is a more competitive choice against rivals such as the Nissan Rogue, thanks to its all-new design. With lots of redefined features and improvements on the previous version, the 2023 CR-V outshines the Rogue in several key areas. Here’s how the 2023 Honda CR-V compares to the 2023 Nissan Rogue in performance, towing, gas mileage, passenger and cargo space, safety, and warranty coverage.
The starting price of the brand-new 2023 Honda CR-V for the EX trim is $31,110, while the EX-L variant is $33,760. The Hybrid starts at $32,450 for the Sport model and $38,600 for the Sport Touring trim. On the other hand, the starting price for the 2023 Rogue is $27,360 for the S trim and goes up to $38,640 for the Platinum trim.
The 2023 Honda CR-V has a higher maximum horsepower output despite the 2023 Nissan Rogue having a higher base engine output. For the 2023 CR-V, engine options include a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with190 horsepower and a hybrid with 204 horsepower. In comparison, the Nissan Rogue doesn’t offer a hybrid engine and is fitted with a turbocharged 2.0-liter 3-cylinder engine pumping 201 horsepower.
The fuel economy is slightly better on the 2WD at 28 mpg city and 34 mpg highway. The 2023 CR-V Hybrid has a fuel economy of 43 mpg city and 36 highway in front-wheel-drive form. On the other hand, the 2023 Rogue has a fuel economy of 25 mpg city and 32 mpg highway, which means the 2023 Honda CR-V offers a better fuel economy.
The 2023 Honda CR-V and Nissan Rogue are evenly matched as regards their towing capacity as both have a maximum towing capacity of 1,500 pounds—this maximum Nissan Rogue towing capacity is standard across every trim.
Honda has included many safety features as standard in the new CR-V. This includes adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, low-speed braking control, a backup camera, traffic jam assist, traffic sign recognition, lane keep assist, and electronic stability control. You’ll also get the new rear side and knee airbags, as well as the next-generation front airbags, which are all included in the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistance technologies.
The 2023 Rogue also offers some standard safety features like adaptive cruise control,emergency braking, and blind-spot monitoring, but the Honda CR-V outshines it with more comprehensive safety features that help you drive safely.
The 2023 CR-V features a 36.3 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats which can be increased to 39.3 cubic feet by lowering the rear load floor. With the rear seats folded flat, the space expands to 76.5 cubic feet. The CR-V also features 41.3/41.0 inches of front/rear legroom space, while the Rogue has 43.3/38.5 inches. CR-V has a slight edge over the Rogue for storage space with a maximum cargo capacity of 76.5 cu-ft, compared to 74.1 cu-ft on the Rogue. Overall, the cabin of the 2023 CR-V is more modernistic and upscale than the Rogue.
Both the CR-V and Rogue come with a 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, but the CR-V also includes a free maintenance coverage of two years or 24,000 miles.
If you’d love to test drive the Honda CR-V for a feel of its performance and innovative features firsthand, feel free to schedule a test drive. If you have any questions about the new CR-V lineup before you visit our Venice, FL dealership, don't hesitate to reach out to our staff online or by phone! Our team of helpful Honda sales specialists are eager to assist with your new Honda SUV search.View Honda CR-V Inventory