Nissan Rogue vs Ford Escape
An SUV like the Nissan Rogue and Ford Escape should offer a comfortable interior, enough room for all your cargo, and the kinds of features that give you a safe, relaxing ride. Out of your options, which one is right for you?
To help drivers and families near East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket find out, Stateline Nissan looks at how they stack up against each other in this 2019 Nissan Rogue vs. Ford Escape comparison.
Nissan Rogue vs Ford Escape Interior Dimensions
Both the 2019 Nissan Rogue and Ford Escape feature two rows of seats and space for up to five people. Behind the second row, you’ll find a roomy trunk in both SUVs. However, the Nissan has more space for both your cargo and your passengers.
105.8 cubic feet
98.7 cubic feet
|Cargo Room (Seats Up/Seats Down)||
39.3 / 70 cubic feet
34 / 68 cubic feet
Nissan Rogue vs Ford Escape Infotainment System
Every trim level of the 2019 Rogue comes with a standard 7-inch NissanConnect® touchscreen display in the center of the dashboard. It’s Bluetooth® compatible, so you can stream music from your phone and stay connected with a Hands-Free Phone System and Text Messaging Assistant. You’ll also be able to access your favorite apps through Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.
To keep you on the best route to your destination, Nissan Door to Door Navigation with Premium Traffic is available. This system delivers turn-by-turn directions and comes with Nissan Voice Recognition technology, allowing you to add or change destinations, skip songs, and make calls without taking your hands off of the wheel.
The 2019 Ford Escape also offers navigation, Apple CarPlay™, and Android Auto™. However, none of them come standard in the base trim. In fact, the standard dashboard display is only a 4.2-inch LCD screen.
Nissan Rogue vs Ford Escape Safety
The 2019 Nissan Rogue and Ford Escape both protect you with an Advanced Air Bag System that features roof-mounted curtain airbags covering both rows of seats. The Nissan stands up to accidents better, however, with a Zone Body construction that combines a strong frame with an impact-absorbing design.
You can also rely on more driver assistance features with Nissan. The Nissan Rogue uses cameras and sensors to watch every angle of your SUV, working overtime to prevent accidents. Some of the safety features that come standard include:
- Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
- Rear Automatic Braking
- Blind Spot Warning
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Intelligent Lane Intervention
The Ford Escape offers some of these driver assistance features as well, but they aren’t standard in every trim level as they are in the Rogue. Unfortunately, it also doesn’t have the same advanced body and frame design as the Nissan.
Test Drive Your Next SUV
Visit Stateline Nissan to test drive the safe and stylish Nissan Rogue. It offers convenient cargo room and tons of features to drivers near East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket.
To learn more about this 2019 Nissan Rogue vs. Ford Escape comparison, contact us or visit our dealership!