Compare 2021 INFINITI QX50 vs. 2021 Nissan Rogue

2021 Nissan Rogue



2021 Nissan Rogue

2.0L 4cyl Turbo


2.5L 4cyl
268 HP


181 HP
23 city / 29 hwy*

Fuel Economy

27 city / 35 hwy*

Serving Atlanta, Duluth, and Lawrenceville, GA

For a luxury crossover that stands out from the crowd, the 2021 INFINITI QX50 at INFINITI of Gwinnett is a great choice. The INFINITI QX50 is a polished and poised SUV that has a comfortable cabin and classy exterior appearance. The INFINITI QX50 hits all the high notes with a spacious cargo area and cabin, a user-friendly interior design, and comfortable seats. The INFINITI is also quiet and comfortable even as you are driving on the highway. In 2021 the INFINITI also sports some notable changes, including the addition of several packages as a standard item on the Luxe trim. A special Appearance package is also now available for the Luxe trims. The INFINITI has a few competitors in its class, including the 2021 Nissan Rogue. The Nissan Rogue, however, doesn’t have the same performance capabilities as the INFINITI, and the INFINITI is the more luxurious vehicle of the two overall. The INFINITI QX50 also has a premium interior with higher-quality materials and more technology and safety features overall.


While the INFINITI might look the part of a stylish crossover on the outside, it has a powerful engine under its hood that makes it adept at handling. The INFINITI QX50 has one engine for all trims, which is a 2.0L with four cylinders. The INFINITI’s engine generates 268 HP in power. The INFINITI gets up to 280 LB-FT of torque with its engine, and it has a standard automatic transmission. The 2021 QX50 has standard front-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive can be ordered for all trim levels. The Nissan Rogue also has one engine for the lineup. Powering the Rogue is a 2.5L four-cylinder engine with a top power output of 181 HP and up to 181 LB-FT in torque. The Nissan Rogue has an automatic transmission.


The INFINITI QX50 has a more elegant exterior compared to the Nissan Rogue, as you’ll see with an online test drive. The QX50 features standard LED headlights and 19-inch wheels with an alloy polish. A power liftgate is standard. Starting with the Luxe, which is the second trim in the lineup, comes LED fog lights, roof rails, and a panoramic sunroof as well. You can also order an appearance package with heated mirrors, larger 20-inch wheels, and an exterior with black and chrome accents. Heated mirrors and automatic wipers come with the Essential trim level. Unique LED lights and 20-inch wheels are added to the two top trim levels. The INFINITI has a more sculpted exterior than the Nissan Rogue, which has a less head-turning exterior in comparison. The Nissan has 17-inch wheels at the base level and no power liftgate. The largest wheels available are 19 inches, and they are not offered until the top trim.


The interior of the 2021 INFINITI QX50 is just as impressive as the exterior. The interior offers a smooth and quiet ride with plenty of features and amenities along with comfortable seats and plush upholstery. The INFINITI at INFINITI of Gwinnett comes with dual-zone climate control, power front seats, faux leather upholstery, and a dual infotainment system layout with an 8-inch touchscreen on the top and a 7-inch display screen below. Satellite radio and WiFi are standard, and the base trim has four USB ports. In comparison, the Nissan only has two standard USB ports and one infotainment screen. The Nissan also has more noise in the cabin as you’re driving down the highway.

To get a handle on what the 2021 INFINITI QX50 at INFINITI of Gwinnett offers, and to see which trim level is right for you, we encourage you to book a convenient online test drive through our dealership. Our website makes it easy to arrange an INFINITI QX50 online test drive from home for your preferred INFINITI trim. During the test drive you can also ask our friendly and helpful staff any of your questions about the INFINITI and its features.

Contact INFINITI of Gwinnett today for your INFINITI QX50 online test drive.

All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.