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2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Ford Escape near Edmonton, AB

The 2016 Rogue Reigns Supreme! 

We’re going to take this step by step, because the 2016 Nissan Rogue vs the 2016 Ford Escape near Edmonton, AB, already has a clear winner based on headroom, versatility, and safety. Once you’ve finished reading this comparison, head on over to LA Nissan and claim a Rogue for yourself today! We’re open seven days a week!

When you’re purchasing an SUV, we assume that you either want to carry five people comfortably or lug around a lot of cargo. Either way, the Rogue has you covered from top to bottom – literally. When it comes to headroom, the Rogue has been awarded best-in-class1 with its amazing 41.6 inches in the front row. The Escape offers you less, clocking in at only 39.9 inches, so your taller passengers may feel a bit cramped. When it comes to space behind the second row, the Rogue wins out again. It boasts 39.3 cubic ft. of space2, perfect for all of the possessions that come along with ferrying around five passengers. The Escape falls way behind the Rogue, only providing a measly 34.3 cubic ft. of room3, so you might find yourself forced to leave some things behind.

We’re not done yet with this head-to-head-comparison between the 2016 Nissan Rogue vs the 2016 Ford Escape near Edmonton, AB. Versatility is the name of the game when you’ve got a family. You need an SUV that can go from five passengers and all of their belongings to three passengers and some longer cargo in the blink of an eye, and you’ll find that the Rogue can accommodate that easily. With 18 different cargo configurations and the Divide-N-Hide® Cargo System4 that’s a class exclusive5, you just won’t find a comparable arrangement in the Escape.

Let’s top it all off with some safety talk. First, the Around View® Monitor6 that can be found on the Rogue can’t be found on any trim level of the 2016 Escape. Boasting four cameras, the Rogue has all sides of your vehicle covered. More importantly, the Escape doesn’t have any of the other the advanced safety features that offer peace of mind in the Rogue, such as Forward Emergency Braking7 or Moving Object Detection8, which, together, create a safety net of protection, an extra layer of defense between the one’s you love and the unpredictable roadways.

Seeing is believe, so come by LA Nissan and view the gold medal winner today. We hope that this comparison between the 2016 Nissan Rogue vs the 2016 Ford Escape near Edmonton, AB, has assisted in your SUV buying decision – if you have further questions, though, give us a call at 844-687-2612. 


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1. AutoPacific Segmentation. MY16 Rogue vs. in market MY16 competitors in 2016 XSUV Mainstream Midsize Class (excluding electric vehicles). Base models without moonroofs compared.

2. 2nd Row up and in forward most position, Divide-N-Hide in lowest position. AutoPacific Segmentation. MY16 Rogue vs. in market MY16 competitors in 2016 XSUV Mainstream Midsize Class (excluding electric vehicles). Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure all cargo. Heavy loading of the vehicle with cargo, especially on the roof, will affect the handling and stability of the vehicle.

3. Always properly secure all cargo. 

4. Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure all cargo. Heavy loading of the vehicle with cargo, especially on the roof, will affect the handling and stability of the vehicle.

5. AutoPacific segmentation. MY16 Rogue vs. in market MY16 competitors in 2016 XSUV Mainstream Midsize Class (excluding electric vehicles). Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure all cargo. Heavy loading of the vehicle with cargo, especially on the roof, will affect the handling and stability of the vehicle.

6. AutoPacific Segmentation. MY16 Rogue SV with Premium Package and SL vs. in market MY16 competitors in 2016 XSUV Mainstream Midsize Class (excluding electric vehicles). Parking aid/convenience feature. Cannot completely eliminate blind spots. May not detect every object and does not warn of moving objects. Always check surroundings and turn to look behind you before moving vehicle.

7. Forward Emergency Braking cannot prevent accidents due to carelessness or dangerous driving techniques. It may not provide warning or braking in certain conditions. Speed limitations apply. Available features comparison based on 2016 Rogue SV and SL trims, 2016 Honda CR-V, 2016 Ford escape and 2016 Subaru Forester from manufacturers' websites.

8. MOD cannot completely eliminate blind spots and may not detect every object. MOD operates at vehicle speeds below 5 mph. Always check surroundings and turn to look behind you before moving vehicle. Available features comparison based on 2016 Rogue SV and SL trims, 2016 Honda CR-V, 2016 Ford escape and 2016 Subaru Forester from manufacturers' websites.

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