There is a lot to like about the 2022 Hyundai Tucson and 2021 Nissan Rogue. They each offer a great deal of cabin space and ample safety features while providing an efficient drive around Fort Worth, Benbrook, Arlington, or Dallas, TX.
When you take a closer look at these two SUVs—which our team at Hiley Hyundai of Burleson has done in this comparison—you’ll notice some key differences between them. Let’s see how the Hyundai Tucson and Nissan Rogue stack up, so you can decide which model is best for you.
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Both the Hyundai Tucson and the Nissan Rogue come with spacious cabins that seat five passengers. The folks in the back will love the extra room they have to stretch out in the Tucson. It provides 41.3 inches of rear legroom, while the Rogue is maxed out at just 38.5 inches.
You can sink into the available leather-trimmed seats and open up to the world with the panoramic sunroof—available with both models. The Tucson is also available with amenities like:
Did you just swing by the mall for a shopping spree? The 2022 Tucson has more space to stow your haul. Lower the rear seats, and you’ll have 80.3 cubic feet to play with. That’ll leave room for those birthday presents and everything you picked up to treat yourself. The Rogue tops off at 74.1 cubic feet of cargo space.
Both SUVs come standard with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®. These systems connect your smartphone to your car, so you can keep up with your favorite apps and music on the road.
The infotainment system in the 2022 Tucson is anchored by an available 10.25-inch touchscreen display. It’s sure to give you a better view of your navigation and audio settings. You may also find it more user-friendly than the touchscreen in the Nissan Rogue, which tops off at just 9 inches.
Forget about fumbling with charging cords, wires, and outlets, both the Hyundai Tucson and the Nissan Rogue offer a wireless charging pad. It’ll be easy to stay powered up and connected on the move. Simply set down your phone and let your SUV do the rest.
The 2022 Tucson and the 2021 Rogue each come with an impressive amount of safety features. These include various driver-assist systems that can keep you alert of what’s going on around you while driving.
Some of the safety systems that both the Hyundai Tucson and the Nissan Rogue share include:
Do you want an SUV that can park itself? When equipped with the available Remote Smart Parking Assist the Hyundai Tucson can automatically pull into and out of a parking spot. Simply press a button on your Smart Key. You don’t even need to be in the car to do it. The Rogue doesn’t offer a similar technology.