2017 Honda Pilot vs 2017 Nissan Rogue

If you’ve been shopping around for a new SUV, chances are you’ve come across a few models from Honda and Nissan. Not only are these brands two of the most popular brands on the market, but they have also both been focused on keeping up with consumer demands. Now that it’s 2017, the SUV segment is growing in popularity, and the Honda Pilot and Nissan Rogue are prime examples of vehicles that can deliver what shoppers want.

If you’re curious to find out how these models compare to each other, we’ve put together a quick comparison of some of the key differences. Under the hood the base level Honda Pilot offers a 3.5-Liter V6 engine, which outputs a whopping 280 horsepower. While the Rogue offers significantly less, there is enough to give you the bit of oomph you may be after.

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2017 Honda Pilot vs. 2017 Nissan Rogue
3.5-Liter V6 Base Engine 2.5-Liter Inline 4
280 Horsepower Engine Output 170 Horsepower
16.5 cu.ft. Cargo Capacity 32.0 cu.ft.
Standard Bluetooth Standard

Cargo capacity and technology features

Another area where the models differ significantly is how much space is available for cargo and passengers. When all the seats are in place, the Nissan Rogue is able to provide almost double the space of the Honda Pilot. However, when the seats are folded down, the Honda Pilot offers about 13 more cubic feet of space.

In terms of technology, the Honda Pilot and Nissan Murano both offer Bluetooth as a standard on the base level. If you’re looking for high-end technology - like Keyless Ignition - then the base level Honda Pilot is the way to go.

2017 Honda Pilot exterior front
2017 Honda Pilot steering wheel with controls
2017 Nissan Rogue cargo space
2017 Nissan Rogue front grille

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