Compare The 2019 Toyota Highlander To 2019 Honda Pilot Today

Compare The 2019 Toyota Highlander To 2019 Honda Pilot Today

Toyota Highlander Vs Honda Pilot

Compare the 2019 Toyota Highlander to the 2019 Honda Pilot at Toyota of Rock Hill.

CAPACITY

Seating

Doors

ENGINE

Liters/Type

Horsepower (hp)

Torque (lb-ft)

TRANSMISSION

Type

DRIVETRAIN

Type

FUEL CONSUMPTION

Estimated Fuel Economy (city / hwy)

STARTING MSRP

Price (USD)

2019 Toyota Highlander LE Plus

2019 Toyota Highlander LE Plus

CAPACITY

8 Adults

4 Doors

ENGINE

3.5L V6

295 hp @ 6,600 rpm

263 lb-ft @ 4,700 rpm

TRANSMISSION

8-Speed Automatic

DRIVETRAIN

Front-Wheel Drive

FUEL CONSUMPTION

21/27

STARTING MSRP

$36,610*

2019 Honda Pilot EX-L

2019 Honda Pilot EX-L


CAPACITY

8 Adults

4 Doors

ENGINE

3.5L V6

280 hp @ 6,000 rpm

262 lb-ft @ 4,700 rpm

TRANSMISSION

6-Speed Automatic

DRIVETRAIN

Front-Wheel Drive

FUEL CONSUMPTION

19/27

STARTING MSRP

$37,760

See What Separates The 2019 Toyota Highlander From 2019 Honda Pilot

The 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Honda Pilot are very comparable at first glance, but when you look further, you really see a difference. And because we know that value is important to you and your family, we did the research to see which 3-row crossover SUV holds up by comparison.

Your local Toyota dealer will cover some key features that help set the 2019 Toyota Highlander apart. Once you read more about these vehicles, you’ll discover which choice is best for you. Toyota of Rock Hill proudly serves all drivers in the Fort Mill, SC, Charlotte, NC areas and beyond.

Let’s Look At Their Engines and Fuel Economy

Both the 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Honda Pilot have 3.5L V6 engines, but the 2019 Highlander’s engine produces more horsepower and torque. The Highlander has 295 horsepower with 263 lb-ft of torque, while the 2019 Pilot is left behind with only 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque.

When we look at the fuel economy, we can again see the 2019 Toyota Highlander comes out on top. Both vehicles have the same EPA-estimated 27 MPG on the highway, but the 2019 Highlander gets a better city MPG at 21, while the 2019 Pilot is only able to make it to 19 MPG city.

A big reason the 2019 Toyota Highlander has a better city MPG than the Pilot is its automatic start-stop technology. This feature will automatically shut off the engine when the vehicle is at a standstill, and start it up again when the brake is lifted and the vehicle is ready to move forward. The 2019 Pilot does not offer this feature.

The 2019 Highlander also offers a hybrid model that gets even better fuel efficiency. With the 2019 Highlander Hybrid LE you get an impressive EPA-estimated 30 MPG city and 28 MPG highway. The difference between the starting price between the 2019 Highlander LE Plus and the 2019 Highlander Hybrid LE is only $710. So choosing the Hybrid option won’t break the bank. Meanwhile, the 2019 Honda Pilot does not offer a Hybrid model.

Let’s Explore Their Active Safety Systems

When looking at both active safety systems, we can see that they are fairly similar. The 2019 Toyota Highlander is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense, while the 2019 Honda Pilot has Honda Sensing®. Both have a lane departure warning system with a steering assist function that helps the driver stay in their lane, and avoid merging into other vehicles. They also have a similar adaptive cruise control system that you can activate. This system can speed up or slow down your vehicle automatically to help maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you.

There are, however, some differences in the Sensing systems. Although, both systems include a pre-collision system that helps detect if there is an oncoming collision and will assist in applying the brakes, Toyota’s Safety Sense System takes it a step further by adding pedestrian detection to help avoid a potential collision with pedestrians.

Another key feature that sets the 2019 Highlander apart is its Automatic High Beam. This is an advanced safety system that allows you to have better visibility at night without blinding other drivers on the road. The Automatic High Beam can switch from your high beams to your low beams seamlessly, without you having to adjust them manually. Once it senses an oncoming vehicle’s headlights or a vehicle’s tail lights, it switches, giving you and other drivers a better view of the road.

The 2019 Toyota Highlander has received a 5-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as well as a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick award-winner. Find the right 2019 Highlander at your local Toyota dealer near Charlotte today.

Interior and safety features of the 2019 Toyota Highlander available at our Toyota dealer in Rock Hill, SC.

The Award-Winning 2019 Toyota Highlander Is Available For Less

The 2019 Highlander has won the Kelley Blue Book’s® Best Resale Value award for its class and was also named one of KBB Best Family Cars, so you know you’re getting your money’s worth with this great SUV.

Toyota of Rock Hill has an extensive selection of 2019 Toyota Highlanders in stock and at great prices. Stop by our Toyota dealership today and see how much you can save!

Looking for a different Toyota near Charlotte? Toyota of Rock Hill has one of the largest selections of Toyota models in the area, including your favorite cars, trucks, and SUVs. Plus, if you’re looking to service your Toyota near Charlotte, we also have great service specials and some of the best-trained technicians in the area.

Toyota of Rock Hill is here to help you with all of your vehicle needs. Visit your local Toyota dealership today. We proudly serve all customers in Rock Hill, SC, Fort Mill, SC and Charlotte NC areas.

*Source: Toyota.com