6 Ways the 2018 Nissan Rogue Bests the 2018 Toyota RAV4

The 2018 Toyota RAV4 is a popular option among SUV shoppers in Blair, Lincoln, and surrounding areas. However, we recommend the 2018 Nissan Rogue to Nissan of Omaha customers because it has several qualities that its competitor does not. To demonstrate, we have listed six ways that our pick stands out from its rival.

 

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The new Nissan Rogue is equipped with several class-exclusive technologies. That means you will not find them with the Toyota RAV4. Specifically, these features include:

  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Moving Object Detection
  • Easy-Fill Tire Alert

Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Easy-Fill Tire Alert are all included as a standard while Moving Object Detection is offered as an upgrade. Each one is engineered to make the experience of driving not only safer but easier. In other words, they will improve the way you travel from Bellevue to Council Bluffs and beyond!

The new Nissan Rogue will appeal to modern drivers as well. This is largely because it comes with an enhanced multimedia display that presents various outlets for connectivity. In particular, drivers and passengers will appreciate the inclusion of Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. These platforms will enable you to sync a compatible Android or Apple device without a hassle. Meanwhile, this support is unavailable with the Toyota RAV4.

How about space? The reason many people buy an SUV is for spaciousness, which is another reason to pick the Nissan Rogue over the Toyota RAV4. With a best-in-class cargo capacity measuring out to 39.3 cubic feet, the model of our choice has the advantage because the Toyota only has 38.4 cubic feet. So, if you have a lot to carry, the choice is clear.

Taking these points into consideration, you can see why we stand by the 2018 Nissan Rogue at our Nissan dealership in Omaha, Nebraska.

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