Honda Pilot Vs. Toyota Highlander: Compare Cars

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Honda Pilot Vs. Toyota Compare Cars

Honda Vs. Toyota Highlander

If you’re a parent, especially of the kind doesn’t want to be seen in a seven-passenger crossovers are good And if your escape from doors brought you to either the Pilot or the Toyota Highlander, on the right track.

Both of models are among the best mass-market family crossovers—affordable yet safe, and well-equipped. But which your family better? on carefully, as it comes down to a few yet important points.

Over a couple of generations, the Pilot (which is due to be redesigned year) and the Highlander (which is for 2014) have really themselves for family utility. Yet if one distinct thing that the Pilot out as better, it’s the driving feel. And for the Highlander, the Hybrid offering, as well as the seating arrangement and quiet, cabin.

When we tally up our ratings, it’s the Highlander comes out on top, particularly family matters matter In safety, the Pilot is in the IIHS’s graces; but only the 2014 with its combination of ‘good’ ratings in most categories an ‘acceptable’ small overlap is a Top Safety Pick+ selection. also suffers on the Pilot, its very thick, very rear pillars.

Both of these models are and spacious, as well as easy to and get into and out of (despite the lack of doors). A slight nod for interior goes to the Highlander, where large adults fit easily in the row. That bench has an for a hide-away middle seat stows to allow walk-through to the Toyota’s big third-row seat. The third-row seat is wide but leg is a little shorter than but the interior brims with cubbies and bins.

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Both of these models can be with a power tailgate, DVD systems, Bluetooth, navigation, and luxury features. Yet if you’re on a Toyota has the edge, as even on the affordable models offer a USB Bluetooth audio streaming, and hands-free calling connectivity—not to a much nicer interior

The Pilot comes in just a powertrain offering, a 250-hp V-6 a five-speed automatic good for up to mpg with front-wheel drive. either vehicle, all-wheel is available, but probably only if you live in a place where weather lasts for more a month a year.

The new Highlander scores again for its of powertrains. A base four-cylinder very good fuel (up to 20/25 mpg); it’s by a fairly expensive Hybrid that’s rated at up to 27/28 mpg by the The strong V-6 version is best for or carrying a full load of often.

You’ll enjoy the Pilot, for sure, since its and ride are well controlled. The has improved remarkably in this with a flatter ride and responsive, if numb steering.

Big family utes like don’t have to be good-looking to be choices. However, one of the best in the segment happens to do that: the Highlander outpoints the Pilot in head to head, the Ford outscores them both by a margin, with more features, and with a famously shape that looks while hitting all the right for safety and utility. All three are to serve and protect—it’s up to you if you want to something else, too.

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