When you are in the market for a new SUV, you most likely want a vehicle that can comfortably seat your family and still have enough power to haul a trailer along with it and go wherever you need it to. There are many SUV models on the market, so doing a comparison can be helpful to show you side by side which model offers more of the features you are looking for. This comparison looks at the base models of the 2017 Toyota 4Runner vs 2017 Honda Pilot.
While the Pilot has a slightly lower price point and can seat one more passenger than the 4Runner, the Toyota 4Runner has more comfort and convenience features as well as more capabilities than the Pilot offers, making it the better option overall. The 4Runner has features like heated side mirrors, MP3 capability, and an available built-in navigation system with voice activation, which are not available on the Honda Pilot. Let’s take a closer look at some of the key differences between these two models.
|2017 Toyota 4Runner||vs||2017 Honda Pilot|
|4.0-litre V6||Engine||3.5-litre V6|
|278 Pound-Feet||Torque||262 Pound-Feet|
|Rear-Wheel Drive||Drivetrain||Front-Wheel Drive|
|5,000 Pounds||Maximum Trailer Weight||3,500 Pounds|
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The 2017 Toyota 4Runner is a capable, powerful SUV that maintains high levels of comfort and connectivity on the inside. The 4Runner has features like available heated front seats, lumbar support for the driver, an available built-in programmable garage door opener and knee protection airbags for the driver and front passenger, none of which are available on the Pilot. The 4Runner also has 2.54 cubic meters of cargo space, compared to the 2.37 cubic meters offered in the Pilot.
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