2022 Toyota RAV4 vs 2022 Nissan Rogue

Should I get the 2022 Toyota RAV4 or the 2022 Nissan Rogue?

Quick comparison: Toyota RAV4 SUV vs Nissan Rogue SUV 

Which SUV should you get, the 2022 Toyota RAV4 or the 2022 Nissan Rogue? Watch the video and check out our charts below to compare these two popular SUVs. You can find the latest Toyota models and pre-owned Nissan models here at Magnussen’s Toyota in Palo Alto, CA. 



2022 Toyota RAV4 vs. 2022 Nissan Rogue | Toyota video 

While we have some of this information in the charts below, you’ll want to watch this video for a more detailed comparison of these small SUVs. Starting with model options, this video takes you through everything you could want to know about these models. After you watch it, scroll down to learn more. 


2022 Toyota RAV4 or the 2022 Nissan Rogue – feature highlights 

You can see all these features in the video above, plus more. We’ve taken some of the best features and relayed them here, so you can review how these models compare. As you can see, they offer similar equipment with a few exceptions. 

Models 

2022 Toyota RAV4 

2022 Nissan Rogue 

LED lighting 

All grades 

Standard  

Two-tone paint 

Available  

Available  

Wireless charging 

Available  

Not available 

USB ports 

5 available 

4 available  

Phone connectivity 

Standard Apple CarPlay ®, Android Auto ™, and Amazon Alexa 

Standard Apple CarPlay ® and Android Auto ™  

Audio system 

Available JBL premium audio system 

6-speaker audio system 


2022 Toyota RAV4 or the 2022 Nissan Rogue – key specifications 

One notable specification is pricing. The Nissan Rogue is actually a bit more expensive than the Toyota RAV4. However, if you find a Nissan Rogue model in our pre-owned inventory, it’ll probably come with a lower price tag. Whatever you choose, we encourage you to consider all the facts. 

Models 

2022 Toyota RAV4 

2022 Nissan Rogue 

MSRP 

$26,975 

$27,360 

Cargo volume  

37.6 cubic feet 

36.5 cubic feet 

Cargo volume with seats folded down 

69.8 cubic feet 

74.1 cubic feet 

Horsepower 

203 hp (4-cylinder gas engines) 

201 hp 

Fuel economy 

30 mpg combined (4-cylinder gas engines) 

33 mpg combined (FWD models) 

Towing capacity 

Up to 3,500 pounds 

Up to 1,350 pounds 


Which small SUV should you get? 

If you’ve watched the video and read through our charts above, hopefully, you have an idea of which of these two models suits you best. If you’re still uncertain, check out our online inventory to see which trim levels are available or schedule a test drive. If you don’t think either model is right for you, check out our other comparison blogs to find the right car.