2024 Nissan Rogue vs 2024 Honda CR-V

Just when you think you’ve found the SUV that can do it all, you’ll realize that you’ve only scratched the surface. This year, Nissan and Honda took the reins and delivered innovation in practicality and entertainment. Come with us on this special tour of the new 2024 Nissan Rogue and the 2024 Honda CR-V before visiting Maus Nissan of Brooksville for new Nissan SUVs near you! Shop our new inventory online for easy browsing.

2024 Nissan Rogue vs 2024 Honda CR-V
They’re both highly capable, and they both offer great safety features, but only the Rogue delivers a better driving experience for every seat in the cabin. And for a lower starting price, we couldn’t be even more content to declare the new 2024 Rogue the better choice over the latest Honda CR-V.


2024 Nissan Rogue 2024 Honda CR-V

Starting at $28,010

Starting at $29,500


One of the things that we love most about the new 2024 Rogue is that you can have a great deal of power to back you up while still saving gas money with incredible mileage. Built on Nissan’s Xtronic CVT system, the Rogue uses its horsepower to the best of its capabilities. Enhance that experience by double with the available Intelligent AWD system that brings you a silky smooth drive while doing all of the work for you! With five drive modes, you will truly be ready for anything.

The new Honda CR-V already gets docked points for having less horsepower and worse mileage, and the rest is more or less the same as its competitor. It also runs on a CVT, although not as intuitive as Nissan’s Xtronic variation. On the plus side, there’s an available Real Time AWD system with Intelligent Control that can help make up for where it lacks. But just to prove that the Rogue is the clear winner in this category, let’s look at the specs side-by-side:


2024 Nissan Rogue 2024 Honda CR-V

1.5L VC-turbo with up to 201 hp and 225 lb-ft of torque

Up to 30 in-city and 37 highway miles per gallon

1.5L with up to 190 hp and 179 lb-ft of torque

Up to 28 in-city and 34 highway miles per gallon


Safety Features
The new Rogue and CR-V both have standard driver-assist packages, each with similar features:


Nissan Safety Shield 360 Honda Sensing

Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection

Rear Automatic Braking

Blind Spot Warning

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert

Lane Departure Warning

High Beam Assist

Collision Mitigation Braking

Road Departure Mitigation

Adaptive Cruise Control

Lane Keeping Assist

Lane Departure Warning

Forward Collision Warning


There are other safety features available in the CR-V like a Cross Traffic Monitor and the Blind Spot Information System, but what Nissan has to offer is even cooler and much more useful.

The Rogue is compatible with the latest version of Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist with Navi-Link which gives you a unique driving experience that’s easy to get used to and hard to let go of. This incredible system gives you another set of eyes and extra awareness on the road that’s practically impossible to achieve with your ordinary human senses. Where does the Navi-Link part come in? In this version, ProPILOT Assist seamlessly combines with your navigational system for an easy and intuitive drive everywhere you go.

As you can already see, the 2024 Rogue already has a lot to get excited about, but we’re just getting started. The cabin experience is where most of the magic happens, creating a wonderful experience for the driver and every single passenger on board. With 43.3 inches of legroom up front and 38.5 in the rear, the world is your oyster! Stretch out your legs and get comfortable on available quilted semi-aniline leather-appointed seats that are a treat for the eyes, and 8-way power adjustments for the driver’s comfort. Get in some fresh air with a dual-panel panoramic moonroof or let the available Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system take over at your convenience.

Don’t crawl into the CR-V right after trying out the Rogue unless you want to feel cramped. In comparison, the cabin is downsized to 41.3 inches of legroom up front and the level of luxury is limited to ordinary leather-trimmed seats. The moonroof doesn’t feel as exciting next to the Rogue’s dual-panel setup, and the climate control system only covers two areas. Both vehicles offer an available 9-inch infotainment screen, wifi hotspot support, and a wireless phone charger, but the Rogue curates an intimate driver experience with the available 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster with the ability to customize your display how you want.

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Bottom Line
Many SUVs promise a powerful ride that’s safe, fun, and comfortable, but the new 2024 Nissan Rogue actually delivers on that promise in a stylish package. For around the same starting price, the CR-V has a lot of areas to improve on before we can recommend it over the popular Rogue.

Take the 2024 Nissan Rogue for a Test Drive!
Swing by Maus Nissan of Brooksville today for a closer look at the 2024 Nissan Rogue, or call our friendly staff at (352) 423-6287 to ask for more information about this amazing SUV! Can’t wait? Check out our new inventory online to see our selection right now!