2025 Honda CR-V
vs 2024 Nissan Rogue

 

Key Comparisons

2025 Honda CR-V

2024 Nissan Rogue

Horsepower/Total System Horsepower

190 @ 6000 rpm
(1.5T, SAE net)
204 (2.0H, ISO net)1

201 @ 5600 rpm

No Hybrid Available

 

EPA Fuel-Economy Ratings2
(city/hwy/comb)

28/34/30 (1.5T 2WD)
26/31/28 (1.5T AWD)
43/36/40 (2.0H 2WD)
40/34/37 (2.0H AWD)

29/36/32 (2WD)3
28/34/31 (AWD)3
30/37/33 (2WD)4
28/35/31 (AWD)4

Maximum
Cargo Capacity

76.5 cu ft

 

72.9 cu ft

 

Wheels

17" steel standard
on LX

17" alloys standard
on S

Automatic
Climate Control

Standard
on all trims

Not Available on S

Heated Front Seats

Standard
on EX and above

Not Available on S,
extra cost on SV

Rear Seat Reminder5
(RSR)

Standard
on all trims

Not Available
on any trim

Traffic Sign Recognition
System6 (TSR)

Standard
on all trims

Not Available on S or
SV

The Verdict: With greater cargo-hauling capability along with more standard features across the trim lineup, the Honda CR-V is a clear winner!

 



1 Total system horsepower (ISO net) as measured by the peak, concurrent output of the two electric motors and gasoline engine.
2 Based on 2025 EPA mileage ratings for CR-V and 2024 ratings for Rogue. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
3 SL, Platinum
4 S, SV
5 Rear seat reminder functions when a rear door has been opened prior to driving and will alert the driver to check for the presence of rear seat occupants when the vehicle is turned off. If the vehicle is turned off partway through a drive and is restarted without a rear door being opened, no alert will be provided the next time the vehicle is turned off.
6 TSR cannot detect all traffic signs, may misidentify certain signs and does not include any braking or speed control functions. Accuracy will vary based on weather and other factors. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. Driver remains responsible for complying with all traffic regulations.