How Does the 2017 Honda Pilot Stack Up Against the Toyota Highlander?

The 2017 Honda Pilot is here, and we think it's the perfect vehicle for your family. Space, power, and safety are all primo characteristics of this year's model. But in a crowded segment, it can sometimes be tough to figure out how it compares to other vehicles. University Honda thinks it's easy to see why the Pilot is superior to the Toyota Highlander for Sacramento drivers:

  • Power: The Pilot packs 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. Standard. The standard power in the Highlander? 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.
  • Towing: The Pilot can tow up to 5,000 pounds on its base all-wheel drive model, compared to 1,500 pounds in the base model Highlander. The Highlander can get you 5,000 pounds of towing power... but you've got to pay an extra $4,000 for a higher trim level.
  • Space: The Pilot has an extra eight cubic feet of cabin space that's missing in the Highlander. That's more wiggle room for passengers.
  • Safety: The Pilot comes with more safety features across more trim levels.

These are just a few ways the 2017 Honda Pilot outperforms its competition on the roads in Elk Grove, Woodland, Vacaville, and Davis. Ready to experience it for yourself? Browse our new Honda inventory, and arrange for a test drive today!

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