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Mid-size SUVs are a popular choice for those in need of spaciousness and versatility. If you’re considering an upgrade, the 2023 Toyota Highlander and the 2023 Honda Pilot are two top contenders in the segment. In this comparison, we’ll dive into the key differences between the Highlander and the Pilot to help you make an informed decision for your Lake Havasu City commute.
When it comes to pricing, the Honda Pilot has a slight advantage over the Toyota Highlander. Starting at an MSRP of $35,950, the 2023 Honda Pilot offers various trims, including the LX, Sport, EX-L, TrailSport, Touring, and Elite models. On the other hand, the 2023 Toyota Highlander starts at $36,620 MSRP for the base L trim and offers a broader range of options, including the LE, XLE, XSE, Limited, and Platinum. Additionally, if you prioritize fuel efficiency for your Kingman commutes, the Highlander also offers hybrid models within its lineup.
When it comes to performance, the Toyota Highlander offers impressive power and towing capacity for hauling around Parker. The base trim of the 2023 Toyota Highlander, the L, is equipped with a 2.4L V4 engine that delivers 265 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. Paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, it offers a fuel economy of 22 city/29 highway/25 combined mpg for FWD models. The Highlander’s towing capacity stands at 5,000 pounds for both FWD and AWD models.
In comparison, the 2023 Honda Pilot LX is powered by a 3.5L V6 engine, producing 285 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, it offers a fuel economy of 19 city/27 highway/22 combined mpg for FWD models. The Pilot’s towing capacity is 3,500 pounds for FWD models and 5,000 pounds for AWD models.
Both the Toyota Highlander and the Honda Pilot offer spacious interiors that can accommodate up to eight passengers around Bullhead City, with certain models offering a configurable seven-seat capacity. The exact dimensions of the Highlander vs. Pilot are:
2023 Toyota Highlander
2023 Honda Pilot
If you’re ready to experience the 2023 Toyota Highlander firsthand, we invite you to visit Anderson Toyota in Lake Havasu City. As a trusted Toyota dealership, we offer a wide selection of Highlander models for you to choose from. Schedule a test drive today and explore the interior features and capabilities of the Highlander that will elevate your driving experience.
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