Nissan Rogue Sport vs Honda HR-V in Playa Vista

Compare the Nissan Rogue and Honda HR-V Today!

When comparing subcompact SUVs, there are many options on the market. The new Nissan Rogue Sport takes on the Honda HR-V to set the bar for its segment. Nissani Brothers Nissan has a team of sales professionals to help you compare the new Rogue Sport and HR-V. We want to be your local Nissan dealer, and will work to make sure you are informed before you buy. Our team has the skill and experience to help get our Playa Vista, CA customers on the road in no time. Let us assist you with your purchase while providing outstanding customer support. Whether you're looking for a daily driver or a versatile model for your weekend getaway, do more in the new 2019 Nissan Rogue Sport. Continue reading to see how the Rogue Sport stacks up to the HR-V.

The Rogue Sport vs. The HR-V

  • The Nissan Rogue Sport and Honda HR-V are comparably priced, offering drivers agility and features at an affordable price.
  • Both of these subcompact crossovers have impressive fuel economies for Culver City drivers. The Rogue Sport averages 32 miles per gallon on the highway and the HR-V averages 34 miles per gallon on the highway.
  • When your next adventure takes you off-road, both SUVs offer optional all-wheel drive for improved handling and control.
  • The Rogue Sport has a longer wheelbase than the HR-V for improved stability on the road.
  • The Rogue Sport has more head- and legroom than the HR-V for a comfier ride during your daily carpool.
  • Both SUVs have space for five passengers and impressive passenger volumes for their class.
  • The Rogue Sport has a higher ground clearance than the HR-V allowing you to trek over adverse terrains without damaging the undercarriage.
  • Get a range of safety features in the new Rogue Sport with features such as Siri Eyes-Free, intelligent cruise control, a rearview camera, blind-spot detection, an Easy Fill Tire Alert, lane-departure warning and prevention, an Around View Monitor bird's eye view camera, and emergency braking with pedestrian detection.
  • The Rogue Sport also has a 14.5-gallon fuel tank capacity, while the HR-V only has a 13.2-gallon fuel tank.
  • Get the agility you need in the new Rogue Sport. This SUV has a tighter turning diameter than the HR-V.
  • Both models come standard with 141-horsepower inline-four-cylinder engines paired with continuously variable automatic transmissions to balance performance and fuel efficiency. The Rogue Sport also puts out more torque than the HR-V for exhilarating accelerations.
  • There are numerous standard and optional features for Rogue Sport drivers. Depending on the model, drivers can get keyless entry, heated side mirror, remote start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a universal garage door opener, and an available luggage rack.
  • Visit Nissani Brothers Nissan for More Information

    When you're ready to experience the new Nissan Rogue Sport for yourself, make your way to Nissani Brothers Nissan. We look forward to earning your business and will work to pair you with your new Rogue Sport during your next visit. Our team is here and committed to making sure your next experience is a breeze. Let us get you back on the road in your new Rogue quickly and easily. Ask about our exclusive Nissan auto loans and leasing offers while you're here as well. When you stop by our in-house finance center, our team will work to find you the best offers for your budget. We work with the banks to get our Culver City and West Hollywood customers approved in no time. Customers are also encouraged to complete an online finance application to save time as well. Reach out to our associates or stop by Nissani Brothers Nissan to test drive the new Nissan Rogue Sport, and see why so many Los Angeles customers have made us their local Nissan dealer.