2016 Toyota Highlander vs 2016 Honda Pilot
Drivers expect a lot of the vehicles from the SUV segment. They need to be versatile, spacious and powerful, while also keeping fuel consumption in mind. When taking these qualities into consideration, drivers often compare the 2016 Toyota Highlander vs 2016 Honda Pilot. These SUVs are prime examples of bringing balance and value to the road.
The 2016 Honda Pilot starts at $30,145 MSRP, which enters it into a slightly higher price category than its challenger. The vehicle is able to generate up to 280 horsepower, making it one of the more powerful vehicles in its class. Also able to earn an estimated 27 mpg highway fuel economy under the hood, the Pilot makes fuel consciousness a leading consideration in its performance. When drivers need to utilize the vehicle's cabin for hauls, the seats can be folded down to reveal up to 83.9 cubic feet of cargo space. More space is available when drivers upgrade to a pricier, more spacious trim level.
|2016 Toyota Highlander||VS||2016 Honda Pilot|
|83.7 cu. ft.||Cargo capacity||83.9 cu. ft.|
2016 Toyota Highlander Janesville, Wisconsin
In one of the closest competitions in the SUV segment, the 2016 Toyota Highlander falls right under the Pilot's offerings in just about every category, including price. Starting at $29,990, the Highlander is slightly more affordable than the Pilot, which actually balances out the fact that its performance traits are a little smaller. Generating up to 270 horsepower, the Highlander is only 10 horsepower under the Pilot. Earning an estimated 25 mpg highway, the Highlander is only two mpgs away from the Pilot's fuel economy. Inside its cabin, the Highlander shares up to 83.7 cubic feet of cargo space for drivers to use as needed, which is only .2 cubic feet less than what the Pilot offers. If small differences in performance and larger differences in price entice prospective car buyers, they can schedule a test drive with the team at Hesser Toyota today online or at the dealership today.