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If you’re in the market for a new SUV, you can’t go wrong with the 2021 Honda Pilot SUV. Unsure about whether the new Honda Pilot or the new Toyota Highlander is right for you? Don’t panic! The expert sales team at Heritage Honda Bel Air is here to run through the differences of these two SUVs, and ultimately, how the 2021 Honda Pilot comes out on top.  

Space and Power 

There are many different areas where the Honda Pilot SUV outshines the Toyota Highlander SUV.

While both models seat the same amount of people, one model offers more total interior passenger volume and cargo space. The Honda Pilot SUV has a total interior passenger volume of 152.9 cubic feet and a max cargo space of 109.2 cubic feet with rear seating collapsed. The Toyota Highlander only offers 141.3 cubic feet of interior cargo space and a max cargo space of 84.3 cubic feet with rear seating folded flat.  

The Honda Pilot SUV features a nine-speed automatic transmission that allows it to go from zero to 60 mph in just six seconds. In contrast, the new Toyota Highlander comes standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission, allowing it to go from zero to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds.  

Unique Features and More Versatility 

Several safety features come standard or optional with the 2021 Honda Pilot that are not even offered in the 2021 Toyota Highlander. Unique safety features that come with the Honda Pilot SUV include collision mitigation and road departure mitigation. One optional safety feature that you can only get with the Honda Pilot is LED fog lights.  

Both midsize SUVs come with a ton of special features. However, only the 2021 Honda Pilot offers an optional rear-seat entertainment system perfect for keeping your kids entertained. The Honda Pilot SUV is available in seven different trim levels, while the Toyota Highlander offers six trim levels. 

Visit your local “Honda showroom near me” to take the 2021 Honda Pilot SUV for a test drive and see why it is the superior model in this head-to-head comparison!

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