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2020 Nissan Rogue Vs. 2020 GMC Terrain

White 2020 Nissan Rogue and off-center 2020 GMC Terrain, separated by a diagonal line and a "VS" logo

The crossover SUV class shows no signs of slowing down in its overwhelming popularity, and one key player in this segment remains the Nissan Rogue. The 2020 model continues to excel with successes worthy of those venerable incarnations that preceded it. This time around, buyers can’t seem to get enough of the generous cargo volume, comfortable and upscale cabin, multitude of standard features, and delightful fuel economy.

The 2020 GMC Terrain is also striving to carve out a place for itself among rivals. This machine gets a solid pat on the back for its respectable fuel economy and extensive selection of standard safety features, though it loses points for a sleepy base engine and smaller cargo area. How does it stack up against the 2020 Nissan Rogue?

2020 Nissan Rogue


2020 GMC Terrain

$25,300 Starting MSRP $25,000
26 miles-per-gallon in the city, 33 on the highway Fuel Economy 26 miles-per-gallon in the city, 30 on the highway
39.3 cubic feet Cargo Volume (with rear seat up) 29.6 cubic feet
70 cubic feet Cargo Volume (with rear seat folded) 63.3 cubic feet
Unlimited Corrosion Warranty 100,000 miles

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While the 2020 Nissan Rogue has a slightly higher starting price than the 2020 GMC Terrain, it makes up for this with a thriftier fuel economy and significantly more cargo room in back. Those that make a lot of trips with extensive levels of gear will find this extra cargo area to be quite the nifty benefit. It’s also worth noting that the unlimited corrosion warranty on the 2020 Rogue far outshines the 100,000 mile limit on the 2020 Terrain; infinity, after all, is a hard number to beat.

Reliable and Spacious CUV

Drivers of the 2020 Nissan Rogue will also enjoy a vehicle that ranks higher in reliability from J.D. Power. In addition to the greater cargo volume, the 2020 Nissan Rogue is more spacious inside for driver and passenger than is the 2020 GMC Terrain. The Rogue is also expected to have higher resale value; IntelliChoice estimates that the Rogue will retain 43.95% to 46.05% of its original price after five years. The Terrain is only expected to keep 36.82% to 45.76%.

The Recommended Choice

It makes sense then that the Nissan Rogue is recommended by Consumer Reports® based on reliability, safety and performance, while the GMC Terrain is not recommended. As one might expect, the Rogue is a much higher seller too; it outsold the GMC Terrain almost four to one during 2018.

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