In the competitive crossover SUV segment, the 2019 Hyundai Tucson and 2019 Nissan Rogue come packed with numerous standard and available features drivers should consider. It's important to have the right car to travel the roads of Chalfont, Warrington, and Doylestown.

The team at Fred Beans Hyundai has put together this comparison of the 2019 Tucson vs. Rogue, so you can learn more about what these SUVs have to offer. Check out the below information to learn more about these two cars, so your visit to our dealership is a well-prepared one.

2019 Hyundai Tucson

2019 Nissan Rogue




Max. Horsepower



Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ Capability



Max. Touchscreen Size

8 in.

7 in.

Rear Legroom

38.2 in.

37.9 in.












2019 Tucson vs 2019 Rogue: Performance

The Rogue carries a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, capable of handling stop-and-go traffic and responsive enough for highway driving. The 4-cylinder Tucson engine is paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission, good for running errands and highway driving as well. The Rogue engine maxes out at 170 horsepower. However, if you choose the Tucson Value or Limited trim, the turbocharged engine can provide 175 horsepower, more powerful than any available Rogue engine.

If you're getting away for a weekend trip or family vacation, the Tucson comes in handy if you're going to be trailering items along with you. The Tucson can tow up to 2,000 pounds, enough to bring a small watercraft or camping gear. The Rogue, on the other end of things, can only tow up to 1,102 pounds.

Interior Dimensions

The Tucson carries 38.2 inches of rear legroom, more spacious than the 37.9 inches offered in the Rogue. The Tucson also offers 39.2 inches of rear headroom, a marked advantage over the 38.5 inches found in the Rogue. The Tucson also has the advantage when it comes to rear hip room. It all adds up to make the 2019 Hyundai Tucson a more spacious and enjoyable experience for your vehicle's backseat passengers.

Both the Tucson and the Rogue are equipped with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, which lets drivers connect their smartphone to the infotainment touchscreen. Make hands-free calls, access playlists, and read text messages with this convenient technology. When it comes to the touchscreen, the Rogue's largest available one is seven inches. The Tucson's largest screen is eight inches, making it easier to see and to interact with.


Both vehicles come standard with a rearview camera, allowing you to get a clear picture of what's happening around the vehicle when backing up. Lane keep assist technologies are also available in both the Tucson and the Rogue, which can steer your vehicle back to the center of the lane you're in if any drifting is detected. This can aid in avoiding a potential accident.

The Rogue receives a 4-Star Overall Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. While the vehicle performs admirably in safety testing, it's no match for the Tucson, which receives a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating.

2019 Hyundai Tucson vs 2019 Nissan Rogue: The Verdict

The 2019 Hyundai Tucson and 2019 Nissan Rogue are both stellar crossover SUVs. Those traveling in Chalfont, Warrington and Doylestown may be considering either as their next vehicle.

With its powerful engine and towing capability, outstanding safety rating and well-sized interior amenities, the 2019 Tucson is a spirited and skilled vehicle you should see for yourself. Contact us or schedule your test drive with our team today!

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