Every Different Nissan SUV Compared Side By Side

Nissan offers a whole family of SUVs that prove to be just what drivers want. No matter the budget or needs of the driver, there is something that will fit the bill from Nissan. Although, it can be hard to be able to choose from this lineup or to know exactly what will meet the needs and budget of the driver. This guide to every SUV in the Nissan family will prove helpful when making a choice. 

Nissan Rogue

With a starting MSRP of $26,745, the Nissan Rogue is an affordable compact SUV. This option can seat five adults with a tight fit but four adults comfortably with cargo room in the back. The Nissan Rogue has a 2.5-Liter four cylinder 181-HP engine. 

This compact SUV gets a combined 29 MPG making it the perfect SUV for commuters.  With a price point driver’s love, this sporty SUV will have heads turning on the morning drive. 

Nissan Rogue Sport

This crossover small SUV has features that drivers love but the sport part of its name is more about the sleek and sporty look rather than the actual performance of the SUV. This 4-cylinder 141 horsepower engine the Nissan Rogue Sport gets a combined 30 MPG during real world testing. 

The Rogue Sport offers comfortable seating for four adults with plentiful cargo space for its size. With a smooth ride and quiet cabin like the larger Nissan Rogue plus a price point of $24,525, there is value to be had in this choice. 

Nissan Murano

This is a midsize crossover that is still affordable with a luxurious feel on the inside and a sleek look on the outside. With a 3.5-L 260 horsepower engine this model offers a faster acceleration but does have more transmission noise. 

The Nissan Murano has a starting MSRP of $32,825 with the luxurious feel to match. This SUV makes driver’s feel like they are driving a much more expensive midsize SUV. It can fit five adults comfortably without taking from the ample cargo space. 

Nissan Pathfinder

The Nissan Pathfinder is a 3-row crossover that offers families spacious accommodations while also offering value to drivers. The Pathfinder has a 2.5-L 284 horsepower engine. This vehicle can seat eight adults and still has the cargo space expected form a third row SUV. 

The Pathfinder has a combined MPG of 26. This SUV is perfect for families but may not be the best choice for commuters due to the fuel economy. Though this choice won’t wow anyone with features, it is a practical and affordable option with a starting MSRP of $33,075.

Nissan Armada

The largest of the lineup, the Armada, is not designed like a traditional SUV. It is spacious and bold with a smooth ride for up to eight passengers. It is not the most affordable option that Nissan offers with a starting MSRP of $48,895. This is the most powerful Nissan SUV and has a greater towing capacity with a 390-hp V-8. However, the fuel economy is only 18 MPG on the highway. It is a great option for drivers with large families or in need of a spacious cabin and a smooth ride. 

Nissan Kicks

The smallest of the Nissan SUVs, the Nissan Kicks can seat four adults comfortably and also offers a comfortable price point. Starting at $20,165 it has a fuel economy that adds to that value. With a 125 horsepower four-cylinder engine the kicks gets 37 MPG on the highway. This compact SUV is sporty and budget-friendly.