2022 Nissan Rogue vs. 2022 Hyundai Tucson
Canadians love the new Nissan Roque and Hyundai Tucson SUVs. Read on as we compare these two vehicles so you can decide which one is best for you.
This Nissan SUV performs impressively both on the road and off. The all-wheel-drive (AWD) system can handle any weather or terrain. Whether you drive it through gravel, snow, or rain, it handles like a dream.
It even won an award for compact SUV of the year. You can purchase this vehicle for a starting price of $29,498.
This SUV is perfect for any adventure. It has plenty of room for all your gear and impressive technology to meet all your needs. It comes in three powertrain options, including hybrid and plug-in hybrid. You can purchase it at a starting price of $30,453.70.
2022 Nissan Rogue
The 2022 Nissan Rogue is 4,648mm long, 1,840mm wide, and 1,689mm tall. Front-row passengers have 1,044mm of headroom, 1,100mm of leg room, 1,374mm of hip room, and 1,420mm of shoulder room. If you sit in the back, those numbers are slightly reduced, but enough space to sit comfortably.
If you're carrying cargo, you'll have up to 2,098L of volume (rear seats folded) of storage space. In total, this SUV weighs 1,534kg. Its fuel efficiency is 11.11km/L in the city and 14.08km/L on the highway (12.35km/L combined). It holds up to 14.5L of fuel.
2022 Hyundai Tucson
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson is 4,630mm long, 1,865mm wide, and 1,665mm tall. In the front row, you have 1,019mm of headroom, 1,052mm of leg room, 1,464mm of shoulder room, and 1,385mm of hip room. Second-row passengers have slightly less space.
Passengers have 4,160L of space inside this vehicle. With the rear seats folded, you can have 2,119L for cargo (21L more than Nissan Rogue). Overall, the Tucson weighs 2,100kg. Its fuel efficiency is 10.99km/L in the city and 14.08km/L on the highway (12.2km/L combined). The tank holds up to 54L.
This vehicle has several exciting tech and safety features. Its key ones include a rear cross-traffic alert, an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, rear privacy glass, a sunglasses holder, and an AM/FM audio system.
This SUV also has many impressive features. Its standard ones include solar glass, seatback pockets, two 12V outlets, cruise control, and four cupholders.
Which 2022 SUV Is Better for Canadian Drivers?
So, which SUV is better? If you're on a budget, go with the Rogue. It's the best option if you want a larger vehicle. We recommend the Tucson if you need more interior space or room for cargo.
Once you've decided which option is best, head to your local dealership to take them for a test drive and purchase one!