Nissan Rogue vs. Hyundai Tucson in Middlebury, CT

 

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2019 Nissan Rogue vs. 2019 Hyundai Tucson

Discover Which SUV Works Best For You

Demand for SUVs remains high both across the country and here at home in Connecticut. We know that drivers from the Waterbury, Danbury, New Haven, Bristol, and Wallingford areas are always interested in finding a solution that's capable of addressing all of their transportation needs; we also know that few have the excess of free time that it takes to properly research the many options available. That's why we went to the trouble of comparing our Nissan Rogue and its Hyundai rival, the Tucson, to provide you with the details you need when making an informed decision. Read on to see how things turned out.

Nissan Rogue vs. Hyundai Tucson

  • Space is always a factor when we're talking about SUVs, and the Nissan Rogue delivers more interior room than does the Tucson. The Rogue offers 3.6 more cubic feet of passenger volume than the Tucson provides, leading to an advantage in headroom, legroom and shoulder room that makes all the difference on a long road trip.
  • The Nissan Rogue also enjoys quite an advantage when it comes to cargo volume. With the rear seats up, the Rogue has 39.3 cubic feet of cargo capacity, while the Tucson only offers 31 cubic feet. With the rear seats lowered, that advantage remains as the Rogue gives you 70 cubic feet of cargo volume that's significantly larger than the Tucson's 61.9 cubic feet.
  • The Rogue boasts a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, putting more performance at your disposal than the Tucson's standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder and its output of 164 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque.
  • Safety is always a key factor for parents, and the Nissan Rogue features a Rear Seat Alert system that reminds the driver to check the back seat at the end of a trip, if the system detected that the rear door was opened before the vehicle started. The Hyundai Tucson doesn't offer a standard back seat reminder feature.

While both SUVs are worth considering, we think you'll agree that the Nissan Rogue is the far better choice for your family. We invite you to stop by our Middlebury, CT dealership and check out our inventory of Nissan Rogue SUVs when you have some time. We're here and ready to help!

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