Nissan Rogue vs Toyota RAV4

The Nissan Rogue Versus the Toyota RAV4

You should always do your research when you're shopping for a new SUV. What makes the Nissan Rogue different from any other car? We've taken some of the things we at Jim Keras Nissan love about it and compared those to what you get with the Toyota RAV4 to make your research a little easier.


With so many incredible driver-assist technologies out there, it's important to know exactly you're getting. Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Traffic Alert give you an extra safety net around Cordova to warn you if you begin to move into the path of a car in your blind spot. That's why Nissan made sure to make it standard on the Rogue and added a feature on the Rogue SV to help actively avoid the danger.

The Toyota RAV4 has a Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, but it's not standard across all trims. It also only warns you, with no systems to help steer you back into your lane or brake as necessary.

Interior Space

If you're looking to get the most out of your SUV on your Collierville drives, you'll enjoy the spacious interior of the Nissan Rogue compared to the RAV4. Rogue passengers will have up to 43.3 inches of legroom in the front seats and 38.5 inches in the rear compared to the RAV4's 41.0 and 37.8 inches respectively. You'll also have more cargo space. The Rogue has up to 74.1 cubic feet behind the rear seats while the RAV4 only has up to 69.8 cubic feet.

See It for Yourself at Jim Keras Nissan

Feel free to schedule a test drive with us in Memphis, TN to see more of what makes the Nissan Rogue a fantastic new SUV! We'll be happy to show you this and more from Nissan.