The 2014 Honda Pilot vs. the 2014 Toyota Highlander
Strong in both the looks and performance categories, 2014 Honda Pilot takes everything there is to love about the SUV class and combines it with signature Honda engineering and attention to detail. A strong reception all around shows why the Honda Pilot continues to remain a top pick in the Raynham and Easton areas.
Drivers may also be interested in similar vehicles like the 2014 Toyota Highlander. Here’s a look at what sets these two large SUVs apart.
Stay Comfortable in the Honda Pilot
One of the biggest concerns in a larger vehicle is making sure that everyone, from those in the front row to those in the back stay comfortable. Dual zone automatic climate control takes the hassle away from manually regulating the temperature by acting like a thermostat in your car. Climate Control comes standard on all Pilot models, helping to keep the atmosphere “just right” for everyone. Unfortunately, the Highlander does not come standard with this feature.
The list of advantages doesn’t stop there, though. Here are just a few more of those options that Pilot drivers are enjoying that don’t come standard on the Pilot:
- Floor mats
- Armrest storage
- A lift up glass hatch for easier access to the trunk
The base model Pilot is also available with fog lights, a roof rack, and a leather wrapped steering wheel, features that are not available on the base Highlander.
Learn More about the Pilot at Silko Honda
The best way to see if the Pilot is a good fit for you is to take it out for a test drive at Silko Honda! And like all new Honda vehicles from our dealership, the Pilot comes complimentarily with our SilkoCare package, giving you two years / 25,000 miles of complimentary maintenance, free car washes for life, and a lifetime powertrain warranty (a $1399 value).
To learn more about the Pilot, either stop by our dealership or contact our sales team. Silko Honda is located at 1580 New State Highway, in Raynham, a short drive from Plymouth and other southeastern Massachusetts area communities.