Crosstrek vs Rogue

 

2019 Subaru Crosstrek vs. 2019 Nissan Rogue

Enjoy a modern design and premium comfort in a contemporary cabin with the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek. This model offers advanced technology and is loaded with amenities even at the base trim for a lower price. Compared to the 2019 Nissan Rogue, it holds its own in every category and even offers a little extra.

2019 Subaru Crosstrek vs. 2019 Nissan Rogue Comparison at a Glance

 Features 2019 Subaru Crosstrek 2019 Nissan Rogue
 Horsepower for base model 152 hp 141 hp
 Turning radius  17.7' 18.5'
 Rear legroom 36.5 inches 33.4 inches
 Rear hip room  55.2 inches 46.9 inches 

Premium Performance

Enjoy exceptional power with the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek with 152 horsepower on the 2.0L engine. This is slightly more than the 141 horsepower on the Nissan for better performance. You also get the option of either a six-speed manual transmission with overdrive or a seven-speed CVT with overdrive while the Nissan only offers a two-speed CVT with the base model. Efficiency is the name of the game with compact crossovers and both models are excellent in this area. However, the Subaru wins again with a slightly better MPG in the city at 27 compared to 24 for the Rogue and 33 on the highway over the Nissan's 30 MPG. The Subaru also offers a significant tighter turning radius at 17.7 feet compared to 18.5 feet on the Nissan for easier maneuverability in tight spaces.

Exceptional Safety

Both models scored well overall in crash test ratings with the IIHS. The one area where the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek stood out was with the passenger frontal crash with four stars as compared to two stars for the Rogue. The Subaru also includes a driver knee airbag which the Rogue doesn't have. More optional safety features are available on the Crosstrek as well, such as forward collision warning and lane departure warning.

Premium Comfort

Even though you want a compact SUV for the efficiency, you don't want to feel cramped. Both models offer similar room for the driver and front passenger to stretch out. Where the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek shines is with the rear passengers. Rear legroom is 36.5 inches compared to 33.4 inches for the Nissan. Rear hip room is 55.2 inches for the Crosstrek while the Rogue maintains a tighter space at 46.9 inches. Cruise control is standard on the base trim for both models, but the Crosstrek includes an optional upgrade to adaptive cruise control. An available programmable garage door opener adds more convenience when you drive the Subaru.


 
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