The 2018 Nissan Rogue and Ford Edge both score high in the comfort and space departments, but which is the best choice overall? Our comparison guide is here to help you figure things out.
Most in Passenger Space: 2018 Nissan Rogue
With space for up to seven passengers, the Rogue is perfect for families who want a small crossover with maximum accommodations. In addition to featuring two more seats than the Edge, all three rows supply enough head and leg room for a comfy ride. Choose from a range of luxury features - think leather upholstery, heated seats, and a nine-speaker Bose audio system - to give the whole family the star treatment.
In the mid-size Ford Edge, you'll find up to five seats for your favorite passengers. Like the Rogue, the Edge is nice and roomy - perfect for family road trips. Still, if you need those extra seats, you need the Rogue.
Max Fuel Economy: 2018 Nissan Rogue
The Rogue can help you balance your budget in more ways than one. Depending on how you configure yours, the Rogue earns up to 26 city/33 highway mpg. Compared to the Edge's ratings of 21/29 mpg, the Rogue will save you quite a bit at the pump.
Handsomest MSRP: 2018 Nissan Rogue
If you're looking for the most budget-friendly family hauler, the Rogue is your best bet. Starting at just $24,800, the Rogue can save you thousands of dollars. And it delivers a smooth, comfortable ride and extra passenger space to boot. Should you choose the Ford Edge, you'll end up spending at least $29,315. Opt for the Rogue and you can slip a few thousand bucks into your kids' college funds.
Most Travel-Friendly Cargo Hold: 2018 Ford Edge
If packing light isn't your style, you're going to love the Edge. Behind the rear seats, it offers 39.2 cubic feet for a family's worth of weekend bags and sporting goods. When it's time to remodel your back patio or purchase a few new bookcases at IKEA, fold down the rear seats to create 73.4 cubes - more than enough extra space to haul large items.
While the 2018 Nissan Rogue impresses with its versatility, the Rogue has slightly less max cargo space than you'll find in the Ford Edge. Behind the rear seats, there are 39.3 cubic feet. That's an impressive figure and more than enough space for his and hers golf bags. Flip down the rear seats for 70.0 cubes of max cargo space. That's slightly less than in the Edge, though most drivers should have the space to haul the items they need.
If it were up to us, we'd choose the 2018 Nissan Rogue every time. The Rogue has extra passenger space for your big family, and it doesn't short you on cargo space. In addition to helping you save at the pump, it also features the lowest price tag. Visit us to test-drive yours today!