2017 Honda Pilot vs 2017 Toyota Highlander
If there is one crossover SUV that is tough to beat in a side-by-side comparison, it’s the Honda Pilot. Known for its outstanding performance, extreme capability and outstanding versatility, the Honda Pilot has everything you are looking for in a new vehicle and a whole lot more. There are other vehicles in its class that try to compete with its offerings, but they always come up a little short. The following comparison is one of closest and puts the 2017 Honda Pilot vs the 2017 Toyota Highlander so you can see the difference between these two crossover SUVs.
Both the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander are offered in multiple trim levels and have available all-wheel drive, so getting just what you want is no problem. The long list of technology features and comfort options available in the 2017 Pilot and Highlander are very similar and offer you many of the items you want and need in your new crossover SUV, but the 2017 Honda Pilot offers you the most at a price.
|2017 Honda Pilot LX||VS||2017 Toyota Highlander LE|
|83.9||Cargo Volume (cu-ft)||83.7|
|152.9||Passenger Volume (cu-ft)||144.9|
|3,500 lbs||Towing Capacity||1,500 lbs|
2017 Honda Pilot and 2017 Toyota Highlander Comparison
When it comes to finding the right crossover SUV for your specific needs, choosing the one that can give you the power, capability and versatility you require is key. While both the 2017 Honda Pilot and 2017 Toyota Highlander offer similar horsepower, passenger space and large cargo areas, the new Pilot gives you more in each category. The standard V6 engine underneath the hood of the 2017 Honda Pilot puts out 280 horsepower whereas the standard engine of the 2017 Highlander only offers 185 horsepower.
While power is important to have in your new crossover SUV, interior passenger and cargo space are some of the most sought after qualities. This is where the new 2017 Honda Pilot has a clear advantage over the 2017 Toyota Highlander in this side-by-side comparison. The larger interior of the new Honda Pilot offers more cargo space, passenger volume, second- and third-row headroom, third-row legroom and shoulder room which helps deliver a more comfortable ride when compared to the 2017 Toyota Highlander.