Nissan and Honda models have long been known for reliability, durability, and style, but which brand has the features you desire most? The experts at Southlake Nissan in Merrillville, IN, pitted these renowned automakers head to head in the comparison below to help you decide.
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Nissan and Honda have similar model lineups and closely matched starting MSRPs. However, Nissan offers an exclusive performance-focused NISMO® line and three times more pickup truck options than Honda. The latter claims the midsize Ridgeline truck and a minivan option, while Nissan drivers can choose between the midsize Frontier, full-size Titan, or commercial-grade Titan XD. View each brand’s key models and their respective starting MSRPs below.
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Your loved ones are important — that’s why both Nissan and Honda cater to your safety with comprehensive systems that include blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, traffic sign recognition, and forward collision warning. While Honda models are equipped with the Honda Sensing® suite, only Nissan vehicles offer Nissan Safety Shield® 360. This safety system includes 360-degree monitoring courtesy of automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear cross traffic alert, blind spot and lane departure warnings, and high beam assist. The optional Nissan Intelligent Mobility features below can be added to most models for additional peace of mind.
Being tech-savvy has never been easier, thanks to Nissan and Honda. These car brands take pride in advanced features that keep you and your passengers connected over every mile. Both model lineups include amenities like Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, Bluetooth® technology, HD Radio™, and push-button start, but only Nissan offers the following technologies:
When it comes to purchasing or leasing your next family vehicle, Nissan and Honda understand that reliability is crucial. That’s why the 2019 Nissan Rogue, 2019 Rogue Sport, and 2020 Versa earned the 2020 Automotive Best Buy award by Consumer Guide.
With such impressive safety and technology, it’s no surprise that Nissan and Honda have respectable resale values. The 2019 Nissan Frontier and GT-R both made the iSeeCars.com list of top ten vehicles that retain their value five years after purchase. The 2019 Honda Ridgeline also made the list.
Still not convinced? Both Nissan and Honda have earned their fair share of consumer awards, but Nissan takes a clear lead after securing the following accolades: