With so many options on the market, picking out a practical and reliable SUV for your family is no easy task. Once the also-rans have been eliminated from contention, many Burlington Township families find themselves trying to choose between the 2020 Honda Pilot and the 2020 Toyota Highlander. To make this difficult decision a little easier, the Davis Honda team has put together the following report which outlines some of the main differences between these two excellent vehicles:
The 2020 Honda Pilot and 2020 Toyota Highlander both have a fierce commitment to driver and passenger safety. To demonstrate this, they are packed with a wide variety of protective features, such as four-wheel antilock brakes, daytime running lights, electronic stability control and rear parking sensors. In short, you can feel secure and protected while driving either of these two vehicles around Cherry Hill with your family. However, before you make your purchase, you should also be aware that the new Pilot offers a plastic fuel tank, which is designed to withstand heavy impacts without breaking or leaking - massively decreasing the risk of a fire. The Highlander has an old-school metal gas tank, which is more susceptible to damage and more prone to leaks. If you would prefer to avoid dealing with fuel leaks and fires, the Honda is almost certainly the better option for you.
When you need to move into a new apartment or carry luggage to the airport, the 2020 Honda Pilot is the perfect vehicle for the job. With all of the seats folded down, it provides a whopping 109 cubic feet of cargo space. For comparison, the 2020 Toyota Highlander offers just 83.7 cubic feet of space.
The Pilot’s convenience credentials don’t end there, however. This amazing SUV also offers a hands-free liftgate. To open up the trunk, all you need to do is wave your foot underneath the back bumper and wait for it to pop open automatically - no need to put down your gear to use your hands. The Highlander does not offer this handy feature.
Now that you have a better understanding of what makes the 2020 Honda Pilot stand out from the competition, you are probably wondering how you can trade-in your existing vehicle and drive home in this remarkable SUV. Fortunately, Davis Honda in Burlington, NJ makes it easy. To start the trade-in process, you can head over to our convenient online appraisal tool. Once you have entered your old car’s details into the system, you will soon receive a fair trade-in valuation, which can then be applied toward the purchase of a new Pilot. So what are you waiting for? Swap out your old ride and drive home in a brand new SUV!
If you need any assistance with the online trade-in tool or just have a few questions about the new Pilot, please do not hesitate to get in touch. One of our friendly representatives will be more than happy to provide you with the help you need.