2018 Nissan Rogue Sport vs. 2018 Toyota C-HR

Nissan Rogue Sport Goes Head to Head with the Toyota C-HR in Merced, CA

Since its release this model year, the Nissan Rogue Sport has veritably upended the segment for small SUVs here in Merced with its urban styling, space-efficient road trip-ready interior, and host of cutting-edge features to wow enthusiasts. Whether in base S, mid-level SV, or top-tier SL trim, the Nissan compact SUV holds its own against upstarts new for 2018 like the Toyota C-HR small crossover. See for yourself how the apex Nissan Rogue Sport SL fares against its Toyota C-HR XLE Premium rival, and you'll see why drivers of Nissan Rogue prefer it over other automakers.

For the Long Haul, Size Matters

  • Nissan Rogue Sport SL weighs in at an impressive 172.4-inch length atop a 104.2-inch wheelbase. That's with 62.4-inch front and 62.2-inch rear track widths, too. Toyota C-HR XLE Premium showcases but 171.2 inches atop a 103.9 wheelbase, and with 60.6 inches of trach width front and rear. That means Rogue Sport and its proportions remain ideally suited for drive-time sturdiness.

Nissan Rogue Sport Shows its Winning Capacity

  • You'll need plenty of space for you and the gang to enjoy a relaxing ride. Nissan Rogue Sport SL burgeons at up to 96.0 cubic feet of passenger space. Toyota C-HR offers a less accommodating 83.8 cubic feet.
  • Rogue Sport SL likewise edges out C-HR XLE Premium in all the important places, from front head, hip and shoulder room to second-row leg and shoulder room.
  • For the road swag-packed trek, 19.9 to 22.9 cubic feet of cargo capacity is on prominent display behind the rear seating in Rogue Sport, ascending to 53.3 to 61.1 cubic feet with the seats folded. Toyota C-HR legs with only 19.0 cubic feet behind its own seats.

Distinctive Features Where it Counts

Under the hood of both Nissan Rogue Sport SL and its Toyota C-HR XLE Premium sibling, you'll find a comparable 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine revving eagerly, to be sure. That's alongside fuel economy values within a mile or two of one another, similar horsepower ratings, Electronic Traction, Stability, and Hill Start Assist Control systems to keep the ride smooth, and advanced airbag systems for added layers of protection. But it's in a few key areas that Rogue Sport SL pulls ahead.

  • A 14.5-gallon fuel tank presents in Rogue Sport SL, compared to that of C-HR XLE Premium, at 13.2 gallons. A higher capacity in Rogue Sport means fewer stop-offs at the pump to interrupt the trip.
  • Rogue Sport keeps its options for multi-terrain travel prowess open with available all-wheel drive. C-HR doesn't offer the option at all.
  • When it comes to pulling power, it pays to have the upper hand. You can count on Rogue Sport SL for 147 pound-feet of torque to churn across uneven ground and through slippery conditions. C-HR XLE Premium? Only 139 pound-feet, meaning hands down, Rogue Sport SL prevails.
  • If you're looking for the height of driving comfort, look no further than Rogue Sport SL, offering standard leather-appointed seating. Toyota's small crossover only features cloth accommodations.
  • Entertainment remains the order of the Rogue Sport SL day. The Nissan compact SUV features a six-speaker AM/FM/CD audio system with a 7-inch color touchscreen, along with the added on-the-go-lifestyle bonuses of NissanConnect┬« with Navigation, Mobile Apps, and Services. Toyota C-HR XLE Premium may also have a 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio system, but it's without navigation, and app interoperability is not as extensive.

Take the scenic drive out to see us here at Razzari Nissan, and we'll introduce you to the Nissan Rogue experience with a test drive you won't soon forget. You'll find us and our extensive inventory of Nissan Rogue Sport trims easy to locate and conveniently travelable, right here at 1675 Auto Center Dr. in Merced.

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