If you’re taking a hard look at a compact crossover, you’re not alone. All over North America, this type of vehicle is showing up in more and more driveways. Two of the most popular options in the category are the GMC Terrain and the Nissan Rogue.
That’s why we, along with some help from our friends at CarGurus.com, did a quick comparison between the two vehicles. Consider these points if you are stuck and can’t decide between the 2020 Terrain and the 2020 Rogue.
Strictly the Numbers
If you’re comparing strictly on price, the 2020 Rogue is the winner. For example, a 2020 Rogue S AWD clocks in at $26,650 MSRP while a 2020 Terrain Denali AWD comes in at $37,269. Luckily, the Terrain has added value for the extra price.
Terrain Has More Horses Under The Hood
If power is where it’s at for you, then the Terrain is your winner. The 2020 Rogue S AWD offers 170HP while the 2020 Terrain Denali AWD tops it with 252HP.
Stow & Go With Both
The 2020 Nissan Rogue S AWD offers 39.3 cu ft of cargo volume and a maximum payload capacity of 1,130 pounds. While the 2020 GMC Terrain Denali AWD comes up short of the Rogue with 29.6 cu ft of cargo volume and 1,049 pounds maximum payload capacity, the elevated interior options such as a leather-wrapped steering wheel and the fold-flat seats more than make up for it.
5 Star Safety
The 2020 Terrain Denali AWD scored a perfect 5 stars in every crash test category. The 2020 Rogue S AWD didn’t and even scored as low as 3 on the Front Crash Driver test.
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Get More Facts at Hope Auto Group
Hooked on the 2020 Terrain? Just head down to Hope Auto Group. Our friendly, knowledgeable product specialists can answer all your questions.