2017 Kia Sportage vs 2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Toyota Rav4
Crossover vehicles are the perfect option for those with busy lifestyles, those who like a little adventure and families in need of more space than a sedan can offer. With crossovers, drivers get higher fuel economy than with a full-size SUV while still having the convenience of cargo space, towing capabilities and a variety of technologies. With Boucher Kia in Milwaukee, WI, you can find the CUV that fits your lifestyle with out features comparison of the 2017 Kia Sportage vs 2016 Nissan Rogue vs 2016 Toyota Rav4.
In each of these crossover vehicles drivers can enjoy 60+ cubic feet of cargo space with 60/40 split folding rear seats. This makes the 2017 Sportage, 2016 Rogue or Rav4 perfect for transporting longer items such as a canopy to tailgate at a Brewer game or for filling with groceries, sports gear and more for the family on the go.
|2017 Kia Sportage||2016 Nissan Rogue||2016 Toyota Rav4|
|Fuel Economy||23 City/ 30 Highway||26 City/ 33 Highway||24 City/ 31 Highway|
|Towing||2,000 lbs.||1,000 lbs.||1,750 lbs.|
|Connectivity||Apple CarPlay/Android Auto||Siri Eyes Free||Siri Eyes Free|
Get More From Your Crossover with the 2017 Kia Sportage
An important note when looking for a new crossover is looking at what features you get for the price you pay. From the chart you can see the 2017 Kia Sportage, though being one model year ahead of the Rogue and Rav4 is more affordable than either of the other options. Furthermore, with that lower price tag, drivers also get a higher towing capacity and more connectivity features. On the Rouge and Rav4 drivers can utilize Siri Eyes Free, an Apple product, on compatible trims, however with the 2017 Sportage, drivers can connect either their iPhone or Android through the CUVs UVO3 infotainment system.
For more information on the 2017 Kia Sportage and to get behind the wheel, contact out team today at Boucher Kia in Milwaukee, WI. We have the 2017 Sportage in stock as well as the 2016 model and many of Kia's other new models.