When you are in the market for a crossover SUV, you might find yourself overwhelmed by the numerous options available to you. Every brand has a crossover with new features, but the 2016 Buick Encore stands out as a luxurious option that is as affordable as it is comfortable and spacious. In this comparison of the 2016 Buick Encore and 2016 Nissan Rogue we'll highlight the differences in engine specs and interior features. From the looks of these two crossovers, the choice might be difficult, but we hope to help you choose the better value and more comfortable ride!
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|2016 Buick Encore||VS||2016 Nissan Rogue|
|1.4-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.5-Liter I-4|
|28/34 Mpg City/Hwy||Fuel Economy||26/33 Mpg City/Hwy|
When you look at the exterior styling on the Buick and the Nissan, you can see that the shape of the crossovers are similar. The sloping rear end and streamlined front make for an aerodynamic vehicle. The Buick's eye-catching waterfall grille and almond-shaped headlights give the impression of the luxurious interior, while the more angular Nissan has a sportier appearance. Under the hood, the Encore has a standard 1.4-liter I-4 engine that achieves up to 34 miles per gallon. The Rogue's larger engine still manages to get over 30 miles per gallon, but falls just short of the Encore's impressive efficiency rating.
Looking to the interior seating, you'll find room for up to five passengers in both the Encore and the Rogue. The cloth and leatherette seating trim throughout the Buick comes standard, but feels like it belongs in a higher trim. The NHTSA gave the 2016 Encore a five-star overall crash test rating, while the Rogue only earned four stars. Both vehicles have standard airbags and an electronic stability system. However, additional safety features available for the Buick and Rogue, including a rear view camera, parking assist, and collision warning sensors, make it possible to add convenience and confidence to your daily drive.