New SUVs in San Antonio, Texas: 2016 Honda Pilot vs. 2016 Ford Explorer

Benson Honda is the right choice to buy your next new SUV! Which one are you going to buy? There are so many new SUVs in San Antonio, Texas, but so little time. Let Benson Honda help out and save you some valuable time. We’re going to compare two rival SUVs to make sure you make the right choice. How will each measure up?

2016 Honda Pilot

  • Offers a Collision Mitigation Braking System to warn driver of potential collision ahead
  • Engine automatically turns off when the vehicle is in heavy traffic situations and auto starts again when the driver is ready to move again to save fuel and ultimately save you money
  • The Honda Pilot in San Antonio has a 19.5 gallon fuel capacity, almost a full gallon more than the Explorer
  • 9-speed automatic on the Honda Pilot Touring/Elite (Explorer only has up to 6-speed option)
  • Easier to maneuver and park because it is 3.8 inches shorter than the Explorer and 400-550 pounds less
  • Pilot has 8 passenger seating (1 more person than the Explorer can hold)
  • Middle and third row seats recline
  • Able to tow 1500 more pounds than the Ford Explorer
  • Total 109.2 cubic feet of cargo space
  • Aerodynamic styling
  • Hands-free tailgate lift
  • LED Headlights

2016 Ford Explorer

  • Front wheel drive and four-wheel antilock breaks
  • Available 2.3L EcoBoost Engine
  • Available hands-free, foot-activated lift-gate
  • Standard airbags
  • 6 gallons of fuel capacity

Anyone can see that the 2016 Honda Pilot is by far the top choice between these two new SUVs in San Antonio, Texas. Do you agree? If so, we’d love to see you behind the wheel of this unique and powerful SUV! Stop by Benson Honda today for a test drive.

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