2023 Toyota Highlander Vs. Pilot Manassas, VA | Miller Toyota

Lets Check Out The 2023 Highlander Vs Pilot

The Toyota Highlander and the Honda Pilot are excellent three-row SUV options for families. They’re similar in many ways but differ in several important aspects. You should compare the features of each vehicle so you can decide which one is right for you.

If you’re interested in the 2023 Toyota Highlander, you can go to Miller Toyota in Manassas, VA. The eight-seater SUV is one of the notable additions to our inventory. Call or message us if you want to schedule an appointment for a test drive.

Below is a comparison of the 2023 Toyota Highlander and the 2023 Honda Pilot:

Interior Comparison

The Toyota Highlander's interior uses a combination of high-quality materials. These materials give the vehicle a warm and welcoming look that makes you feel at home, even if you're only driving to work or running errands. The Pilot's interior is not as nice as that of the Highlander. It feels cold and impersonal in comparison.

The Highlander's seats are also much more comfortable than those in the Honda Pilot. They are thickly padded with soft leather upholstery that will make long drives more pleasant. The Pilot's seats seem thinner and harder. Thus, they don't offer much support or cushioning for your backside or lower body during long journeys.

The Highlander's dashboard is much more streamlined than the Pilot's. Controls are also arranged to make finding what you're looking for easier. In contrast, many buttons on the Pilot's dashboard don't seem to serve any purpose other than making it more challenging to operate.

2023 Toyota Highlander Interior

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2023 Honda Pilot Interior

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Performance Comparison

The 2023 Toyota Highlander is more fun to drive than the Pilot because it has a responsive steering system. This means it's easy to make quick turns and maneuver through tight spaces with this vehicle.

The Honda Pilot is a bit too big for its intended purpose – a family vehicle with room for seven to eight passengers and their luggage. It's for people who want to go on long road trips with their children. While it has plenty of space and comfort, it doesn't offer much in terms of performance or speed.

On the other hand, Toyota has made the Highlander with comfort in mind and as an SUV that can handle any terrain or weather conditions. This makes it ideal for smaller families needing a car to handle everyday tasks and outdoor adventures.

Safety Features Comparison

The Toyota Highlander has a suite of driver aids. It includes adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-keeping assist, and automatic high-beam headlamps.

Honda has upgraded the Pilot's safety features for 2023. This vehicle has adaptive cruise control, a forward-facing camera and radar, and a Traffic Assist system. But overall, the Highlander is better at keeping you and your passengers safe on the road – and that's why we recommend it over the Honda SUV.

Find the 2023 Highlander in Manassas, VA

If you want to know more about the 2023 Toyota Highlander, don't hesitate to call or message Miller Toyota in Manassas, VA. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is more than happy to answer your questions. You're also welcome to swing by our dealership if you want to take this vehicle for a test drive.