Pilot Comparison

2016 Honda Pilot vs. Ford Explorer, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Toyota Highlander

 
Whether the task is transporting as many as eight people or carrying bulky/heavy cargo, the Honda Pilot is the best choice for customers looking for a roomy and capable SUV, providing:
  • Seating for as many as 8 adults
  • Easy access to the third-row seat
  • Superior payload capability
  • Superior cargo volume
  • Competitive EPA fuel economy ratings
  • Standard limited-slip differential and rear locking differential
  • Superior value
  • High resale


2016 Pilot EX-L AWD w/ Honda Sensing vs. 2016 Ford Explorer Limited 4WD

Pilot's top advantages include:
Honda Sensing Safety and Driver-Assist Technology
Customers have to upgrade to Explorer Limited to be able to get a blind spot information system (in place of Honda LaneWatch), LKAS, ACC, FCW, and LDW as extra-cost options. CMBS and Road Departure Mitigation System are Not Available. Pilot EX-L AWD with Honda Sensing is priced $9,405 less when Explorer Limited is comparably equipped, including the available optional safety and driver-assist features.

Much Roomier Third-Row Seating
Pilot offers third-row passengers 1.1 inches more headroom, 3.9 inches more hiproom, and 6.8 inches more shoulder room than Explorer Limited, making it much more comfortable on long trips.

Better EPA Fuel Economy Ratings
Pilot EX-L AWD w/Honda Sensing has a 2-mpg city rating advantage, a 3-mpg highway rating advantage, and a 2-mpg combined rating advantage over 2016 Explorer Limited 4WD.


2016 Pilot EX-L AWD w/ Honda Sensing vs. 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4X4

Pilot's top advantages include:
Honda Sensing Safety and Driver-Assist Technology
Customers have to upgrade to Grand Cherokee Limited to be able to get a blind spot information system (in place of Honda LaneWatch), ACC, CMBS, and FCW as extra-cost options. LKAS, Road Departure Mitigation System, and LDW are Not Available. Pilot EX-L AWD with Honda Sensing is priced $6,670 less when Grand Cherokee Limited is comparably equipped, including the available optional safety and driver-assist features.

Seating for 8
Pilot offers seating for up to 8 adults versus just 5 for Grand Cherokee.

Greater Payload Capacity and Cargo Volume
Pilot has 363 pounds greater payload capacity, 19.6 cubic feet more cargo volume behind its second-row seat, and 40.7 cubic feet more cargo volume behind its front seats.


2016 Pilot EX-L AWD w/ Honda Sensing vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander Limited V-6 AWD

Pilot's top advantages include:
Honda Sensing Safety and Driver-Assist Technology
Customers have to upgrade to Highlander Limited to be able to get a blind spot monitor (in place of Honda LaneWatch), ACC, CMBS, FCW, and LDW as extra-cost options. LKAS and Road Departure Mitigation System are Not Available. Pilot EX-L AWD with Honda Sensing is priced $4,575 less when Highlander Limited is comparably equipped, including the available optional safety and driver-assist features.

Much Roomier Third-Row Seating
Pilot has 9.5 cubic feet more overall passenger volume and offers third-row passengers 3.0 inches more headroom, 4.2 inches more legroom, and 2.6 inches more shoulder room than Highlander, making it much more comfortable on long trips.

Greater Payload Capacity and Cargo Volume
Pilot has 178 pounds greater payload capacity, 4.7 cubic feet more cargo volume behind its third-row seat, 13.6 cubic feet more cargo volume behind its second-row seat, and 25.8 cubic feet more cargo volume behind its front seats.

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1475 John F Kennedy Road
Directions Dubuque, IA 52002

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