2018 Nissan Rogue vs Subaru Forester
Crossover SUVs are some of the most versatile vehicles available, providing a superior driving experience whether you’re on or off the road. If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of a new crossover in Collingswood, Mount Laurel, or Cherry Hill, the two models you need to know more about are the Nissan Rogue vs. the Subaru Forester.
The Forester and the Rogue are two of the most popular crossovers each model year. To decide which model is right for you, it’s best to compare them head-to-head. Compare the 2018 Nissan Rogue vs. the Subaru Forester, and find out which of these vehicles offers the best features in the crossover SUV class. Contact us today to learn more or schedule a test drive.
If you’re like most people looking for a new vehicle, you want to make sure you’re getting the best fuel efficiency possible. When trying to decide between the Rogue and the Forester, comparing the fuel economy of these two SUVs is a good starting point.
With the Subaru Forester, you’ll be getting an EPA-estimated 26 city/32 highway MPG. While this is impressive, it doesn’t live up to the fuel economy you’ll receive with the Rogue, which achieves an EPA-estimated 33 highway MPG.
Most people choosing a crossover SUV want the cargo space that they need to go on an exciting road trip. To make sure you’re choosing the right SUV for you, it’s a good idea to examine the cargo space and flexibility provided by the 2018 Nissan Rogue and the Subaru Forester.
When the rear seats in your Forester are in the upright position, you’ll have 34.4 feet of cargo space. With the Rogue, you’ll have 39.3 cubic feet of cargo room with the same configuration. In addition, the Rogue allows you to fold flat both the front and second-row passenger-side seats to pen an 8-foot long space perfect for large items.
Another area that’s important to examine when you’re trying to decide between two vehicles is what kind of safety features they offer. Because both the Rogue and the Forester offer active safety suites, this is the category where these vehicles are the closest in quality.
For example, the EyeSight® suite in the Forester provides active features as pre-collision braking and Adaptive Cruise Control. The forward emergency braking system in the Rogue also includes pedestrian detection, and other safety features in this vehicle include blind spot warning, moving object detection and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.
Drive the 2018 Nissan Rogue
Once you’ve compared the Rogue and the Forester directly, it’s easy to see that the Rogue is the best model in the crossover class. The Rogue provides better fuel economy and more flexible storage space than the Forester, as well as a more full-featured safety suite. If you’re interested in driving the 2018 Nissan Rogue, you should schedule a test drive today at Cherry Hill Nissan.
The team at Cherry Hill Nissan is excited to serve our customers from Cherry Hill, Mount Laurel, and Collingswood, and we are ready to work with you. Our professionals can tell you about our best new and pre-owned models, and can tell you which vehicle best meets your needs.