Car manufacturers make crossovers like the 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Toyota RAV4 homes away from home. They’re spacious and loaded with features set up for the comfort of San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda, California, drivers. Which one does it better? San Leandro Nissan gathered the evidence to compare right here.
As for the Toyota RAV4? No sign of any type of leather seating, but you can opt for the available SofTex®-trimmed seating. Also, an available dual zone automatic climate control system provides the ventilation on board.
More space can be found in the Rogue, which provides you with 105.4 cubic feet of passenger space and 41.1 inches of front headroom. With the RAV4, you’re given 98.9 cubic feet of passenger space and only 37.7 inches of front headroom. Legroom differs, as you will see in the chart.
Since legroom can be very important in guaranteeing comfort, you want the maximum amount.
Both vehicles include available liftgates like the Motion Activated Liftgate in the Nissan and the hands-free power liftgate in the Toyota. The Nissan perfects the cargo area, though, with the addition of the Divide-N-Hide® cargo organization system. You can divide and conquer your belongings to stash them neatly so that you can find everything.
The largest touchscreen found in the Toyota reaches eight inches if you upgrade. Although you get both Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® in your RAV4, neither system offers a wireless version. If you can control your clutter, this may not be an issue.
Your car, whether you choose the 2021 Nissan Rogue or the 2021 Toyota RAV4, may serve as your home away from home. To get the most out of a crossover, San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda shoppers can see that the Nissan does it better. To investigate for yourself, contact San Leandro Nissan for a test drive.