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Larger families who want 3 rows of seating alongside more engaging performance than most minivans can muster typically turn to the 3-row crossover SUV segment. Once they’ve taken that step, it doesn’t take long to start comparing 2021 Honda Pilot vs 2021 Toyota Highlander. These are two of the segment’s top models, so it only makes sense to match them up and find your ideal vehicle. With that in mind, let’s see how they compare on:
Starting prices are a natural place to start regardless of the vehicle you’re looking for, so here’s how the entry-level Pilot compares against the entry-level Highlander.
That means the Honda Pilot starts over $2,500 lower than the Toyota Highlander, something to keep in mind as you discover what else sets them apart.
It might start lower than the Highlander, but the Honda Pilot provides features as standard that aren’t available with any configuration of the Toyota including a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera and Speed Sensitive Volume Compensation.
Features available with the Honda Pilot but not with the Toyota Highlander include:
Whether you’re looking at passenger space or storage space, the Toyota Highlander is going feel underwhelming next to the Honda Pilot.
The Toyota Highlander might be a well-regarded crossover, but it still can’t live up to standards set by the Honda Pilot. You can find out more and hear about Car Doc maintenance plans with Victory Honda of Sandusky, so feel free to contact us today.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,045.00 destination charge, options and accessories. Dealers set own prices.