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If you’re searching for an 8-passenger SUV, The 2019 Honda Pilot and 2019 Toyota Highlander are probably both on your radar. While they are both reliable models, the Pilot comes with a standard V6 engine and more cargo room. Compare the Honda Pilot vs. Toyota Highlander below to see what else makes the new Pilot such a good choice for Arlington families.
Looking for a model with plenty of power that doesn’t sacrifice fuel economy? Compare the Honda Pilot vs. Toyota Highlander specs below:
In the midsize SUV class, the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander both are capable. However, the Pilot sets itself apart as the stronger performer. The Honda Pilot’s towing capacity reaches up to 3,500 pounds with 2WD, or up to 5,000 pounds when you upgrade to a properly equipped AWD model. Additionally, it can haul 1,420 to 1,625 pounds. Meanwhile, the Highlander can only manage 1,486 to 1,602 pounds, and with an optional trailer hitch, can tow a maximum of 1,500 pounds.
Compare the interior space of the Honda Pilot vs. Toyota Highlander and you’ll find the Pilot include more dedicated cargo space and room for passengers. You’ll get 16.5 cubic feet of dedicated cargo room with the Honda Pilot vs. 13.8 cubic feet of dedicated cargo space inside the Toyota Highlander. Additionally, the passenger volume offers 8 cubic feet more than the Highlander, with the Pilot delivering 152.9 cubic feet. Third-row passengers inside the Pilot can also enjoy a comfortable ride with 57.6 inches of shoulder room. The Highlander offers just 55 inches.
In a Honda Pilot vs. Toyota Highlander comparison, the Honda Pilot proves itself the roomier, stronger, and more efficient option. Schedule a test drive of a Honda Pilot lease deal by giving us a call at to try it out for yourself on the streets of Bartlett!
**Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.