You’ve been circling between the 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Nissan Murano like a shark on a hunt. Which Nissan meshes more with your San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda, California, lifestyle? Before you plan your auto attack, let San Leandro Nissan tell you how they differ and how they’re the same.
While you can get available heated front seats in the Rogue, the Murano features climate-controlled front seat upgrades. To continue with the theme of climate, the Rogue gives you optional Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control. Meanwhile, the Murano supplies Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control with an in-cabin microfilter.
Space varies between both Nissan models. Let’s take a look at their interior dimensions:
||41.1 in./39.2 in.
||39.9 in./39.8 in.
||54.1 in./53.4 in.
||55.4 in./55.2 in.
||43.3 in./38.5 in.
||40.5 in./38.7 in.
||57.1 in./55.9 in.
||59.5 in./58.9 in.
The trunks differ in size, with the Rogue offering up to 72 cubic feet of space and the Murano providing you a maximum of 67 cubic feet of space.
Behind the wheel, you’ll spot the standard Advanced Drive-Assist Display in both models. This feature spans 12 inches in the Rogue, while the Murano only reaches 7 inches. On the center console, you’ll get a NissanConnect® display in both rides. However, you can get the largest-in-class available 9-inch touch-screen in the Rogue. On the other hand, you can only get an 8-inch touch-screen in the Murano.
Additionally, two handy features can be included in the Rogue: the wireless charging pad and the Head-up Display. The Murano, however, does not offer these two items.
This series carries Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Driver Alertness, and the available Intelligent Around View® Monitor. If you want the advanced Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, it’s an available safety feature in the Rogue. Drivers who prefer the optional Intelligent Cruise Control can consider the Murano.
The Murano derives its power from a 3.5L V6 engine that produces 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. If you decide on the Rogue, it powers your vehicle with a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine that produces 181 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque.
Attach a trailer if you want for either vehicle. When properly equipped, you can tow a maximum of 1,350 pounds and 1,500 pounds respectively with the Rogue and Murano.
Check to see which gas mileage may be preferable for your drives. With the Rogue, you can achieve an EPA-estimated 27 city/35 highway MPG.1 When driving the Murano, it can achieve an EPA-estimated 20 city/28 highway MPG.2
Before San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda shoppers make their auto attack and choose their favorite Nissan, schedule a test drive of both at San Leandro Nissan.
1 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 27 City MPG / 35 Highway MPG / 30 Combined MPG for Rogue® S FWD; 26 City MPG / 33 Highway MPG / 29 Combined MPG for Rogue S AWD; 26 City MPG / 34 Highway MPG / 29 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum FWD; 25 City MPG / 32 Highway MPG / 28 Combined MPG for Rogue SV, SL, and Platinum AWD. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.
2 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. 20 City MPG / 28 Highway MPG / 23 Combined MPG for Murano®. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.