Toyota Highlander vs. Honda Pilot in San Antonio

Two long sought after family cars battle it out for top SUV. The 2017 Honda Pilot and 2017 Toyota Highlander offer amazing features but only one comes out as top family car. Today Fiesta Honda shows you how the 2017 Honda Pilot in San Antonio outperforms its rival the Highlander.

The Honda Pilot provides families with ultimate passenger and cargo space offering more than the Highlander. Family members easily slide into the back row with Honda’s One-Touch 2nd-Row seats which glide forward with the push of a button. The Toyota Highlander’s second row seats must manually move in order for passengers to access the third row.

Available second row captain’s chairs add additional comfort for passengers and adds an upscale feel to the Pilots interior. Tri-zone automatic climate control allows the driver, passenger and back rows to adjust the temperature to suite their needs.

Connectivity tops the charts in the 2017 Honda Pilot. Up to 5 USB inputs, an HDMI port and 9-inch rear entertainment system with DVD and Blu-ray compatibility come available in the Honda Pilot.

When it comes to features the Pilot offers more than the Highlander. The Honda Pilot comes standard with a 9-speed automatic transmission while the Highlander only comes with an 8-speed. The 3.5 SOHC V6 Pilot delivers more horsepower and torque than the Highlander’s standard 2.7 DOHC 4 cylinder.

The 2017 Honda Pilot in San Antonio outperforms competition like the Toyota Highlander. The Pilot offers families a modern SUV with ample space, technology and comfort. To see everything the 2017 Honda Pilot offers stop by Fiesta Honda today! Our helpful sales associates look forward to answering any question you have.

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