Toyota RAV4 versus Nissan X-Trail/Rogue.
2022 Toyota RAV4
The Toyota RAV4 crossover of the current, fifth generation, debuted in 2018, and now it is time for modernization. Toyota shared the corporate pictures, however, they only show the off road performance of the Adventure.
The original grille with two massive beams and located in the middle of the emblem of the brand slightly wider wheel arches, embossed protective strip in silver on the front bumper and black 19-inch wheels.
The Toyota RAV4 Adventure will be available in the form of an all wheel drive hybrid, with a four cylinder, naturally aspirated 2.5-liter gasoline engine, an electromechanical variator and a separate electric motor on the rear axle. The cumulative output is 222 horsepower.
2022 Nissan X-Trail
The Nissan crossover moved to a new generation back in 2020 but then we are talking about a version for North America called Rogue. Nissan fully remodeled version the new X-Trail.
Nissan original V-motion grille, honeycomb shaped mesh grille and split type LED daytime independent of the front headlights, while having the same look as the new Rogue sold for the North American market. A lot of Nissan identity such as running lights is adopted.
The powertrain is equipped with a 1.5-liter small in line 3 cylinder variable compression turbo engine plus e-Power with output of 205 horsepower and 300 Newton meters of torque. For the American market Rogue, it is equipped with a 2.5-liter in line 4 cylinder naturally aspirated engine.