If you are in the market for a new, premier SUV, or a high quality preowned vehicle, then no doubt you will have considered the Nissan Rogue and the Hyundai Tucson. Both vehicles are considered top of the SUV class, and many automobile owners have been more than happy with their purchase of a Nissan Rogue or a Hyundai Tucson.
When it comes to a Nissan Rogue vs Hyundai Tucson choice, the final decision can be a very difficult one. That is why we are here to help with our exclusive Nissan Rogue vs Hyundai Tucson comparison.
Nissan Rogue vs Hyundai Tucson Comparison – Price, Power and Performance
It would be nice if we all had as much money to spend on a new car as we’d like, but that’s sadly rarely ever the case, especially with cost-of-living expenses constantly on the rise. If you want to save money, then the Rogue is the correct choice immediately. For a new Hyundai Tucson, you will be paying between $1,000 and $2,000 more, depending upon the dealer you purchase from. That price difference will of course be reduced for preowned Nissan Rogues and Hyundai Tucsons, but it’s a price difference that’s always there.
Of the two, the Nissan Rogue is the more impressive-looking vehicle with the signature Nissan V-Motion grille and slim headlights that sit nicely on the bumper. The Tucson has a grille-heavy fascia that conceals slim LED headlights, but it’s a look that’s more divisive so the visual appeal of the Hyundai Tucson really is down to personal choice.
Continuing the Nissan Rogue vs Hyundai Tucson Comparison – Which is the Better SUV?The Tucson has a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that is capable of 187 hp with 175 lb-ft of torque, coupled to an eight-speed automatic transmission. This makes it sound as if the Tucson has a lot of power, but in reality, that simply is not the case. The Tucson is sluggish in its acceleration, and the engine will really protest if you put your foot to the floor. If you want more power, then you are going to have to lose extra dollars from your bank account and go for the hybrid model.The Rogue also has a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, but it is one that is paired to a continuously variable transmission with 181 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque. This is less powerful than the Tucson but in reality, the Rogue does a much better job of transferring that power to the road. The Rogue has more impressive acceleration than the Tucson and will give you a steady sense of power, only whining a little when you are at maximum speed. The Rogue will also give you a more comfortable ride than the Tucson.If you want to get better acquainted with the Nissan Rogue, contact the Charlie Clark dealership in Brownsville. You can speak to a friendly member of our sales support team at any time –call us at (956) 303-6690 or contact us online here.