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Compare 2021 Toyota RAV4 vs 2021 Nissan Rogue

2021 Toyota RAV4 vs 2021 Nissan Rogue
2021 Toyota RAV4 2021 Nissan Rogue
  203 hp 181 hp
  8-speed shiftable automatic CVT
Adaptive Cruise Control
  Standard Available on other styles
Standard Sound System
  6 Speakers 4 Speakers

2021 Toyota RAV4 vs 2021 Nissan Rogue

Serving Lexington Park, MD

Are you torn between upgrading to a new Toyota RAV4 or the Nissan Rogue? For 2021, these models continue to be popular options that are often compared to each other. With relatively comparable base-level pricing, it is easy to assume that they may be similar in most areas. However, through a detailed review, you can quickly identify the differences between these models that should impact your buying decision.


The 2021 Toyota RAV4 has endless personality, and this is defined by an aggressive grille design and piercing, angled headlights. The headlights flare to a point, and the lower front air vents have a similar geometric shape. The RAV4’s sides have a smooth flow, and this is accentuated by a crisply angled line on the top of the doors and a sharper, angled feature that runs above the side molding. The 2021 Nissan Rogue has a relatively flat hood that rounds sharply through the V-Motion grille. This grille has been mostly unchanged for years. The angled headlights have a slit-like quality. The sides are molded with thin definition over the wheel wells.


Inside the 2021 RAV4 and the 2021 Nissan Rogue, you can find several of the same features. These include USB ports, a sound system, smart device integration, powered seat adjustments, cruise control, auto climate control, and assistive driver’s aids. The most significant differences inside these two-row cabins are found in the design elements and materials rather than in their features.


Under both hoods, you will find comparable 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engines. Notably, this engine produces 181 horsepower in the Rogue and 203 horsepower in the RAV4. The RAV4 pairs the engine with an eight-speed auto transmission and front-wheel drive. The Rogue comes with continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive.

Does the 2021 Toyota RAV4 have what it takes to meet all of your expectations? The best way to determine if it can keep up with your active lifestyle is to stop by Toyota of Southern Maryland soon for a trim comparison and a test drive. Schedule your visit to the dealership by contacting our sales department today.