Subaru Forester vs. Nissan Rogue
There are plenty of adventures and fun times waiting for you out in the world right now. If you want to see all that Mesquite, Rockwall, and Garland, have to offer, then you’ll need an SUV well suited for the task. There are plenty of options out there, such as the Subaru Forester and Nissan Rogue, and you’ll need to find out which one better fits your needs.
Norm Reeves Subaru Superstore Rockwall created this 2022 Subaru Forester vs. Nissan Rogue comparison to help drivers make an informed decision. Let’s see our findings!
The roads are full of surprises, especially if you want to take your journey off the beaten path. When you encounter rain-slicked roads, uneven dirt, or deep mud, you’ll need your SUV to power through it. Traction and control are essential for your ride.
The Nissan Rogue comes standard with front-wheel drive for a steady drive. It also features an available all-wheel drive (AWD) system for added control. You can take on standard road conditions, but what if you plan on more adventurous drives?
The Subaru-exclusive Symmetrical AWD system is built with tough drives in mind. It adapts to what the situation calls for to give you optimal power to your wheels. Powerful acceleration on dry, smooth roads provides excitement, and you’ll have plenty of grip when you drive on wet, bumpy, and other tricky terrain. Fuel your next excursion with the Forester and its dynamic, standard AWD drivetrain system.
If you’re looking forward to your next outdoor getaway, there are plenty of things that you can bring along for the ride. Along with backpacks and coolers in the trunk, your trip will be more fun and memorable with your larger toys. Hitting a lake with canoes and kayaks, for example, makes for a trip you’ll be looking forward to making again.
The Subaru Forester is graded for towing these large items. It’s a powerful SUV that can handle your big equipment and gear with ease. The Subaru Forester can tow up to 1,500 pounds of trailer weight when properly equipped. If you’re driving the Forester Wilderness trim, that towing capacity jumps to 3,000 pounds.
The Nissan Rogue, unfortunately, is not graded for towing. If you need to haul a boat or a trailer while moving, you may need to borrow someone else’s SUV.
Whether it’s just you in the Forester, staring down a long stretch of highway for an overnight drive, or you have your whole family to keep you company, one thing is certain: A bit of stretching room is a must. No one wants to contend with leg cramps and back discomfort on a long drive!
The Nissan Rogue is a less spacious vehicle overall. It has just 105.4 cubic feet for passengers and 72 maximum cubic feet for cargo. The 2022 Forester, on the other hand? In it’s base trim it provides 111.6 cubic feet for passengers, and a maximum of 74.2 cubic feet for cargo.
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