When your compact sedan isn’t cutting it anymore, it’s time to upgrade to a more spacious SUV. However, it’s hard to just pick one when there are so many options out there on the market. How do you know which one is for you? You can narrow down your options and ultimately find your perfect SUV when you compare SUV makes and models. By comparing, you can eliminate SUVs that are too expensive, not spacious enough, not equipped with enough safety features, or lacking in the latest technology. If you’re thinking you don’t have the time to be doing this, don’t stress. Our new Toyota dealership has already done the hard work for you. We’ve compared one of our most popular Orlando Toyota SUVs, the 2016 Toyota Highlander, to its competitors, the Nissan Murano and the Honda Pilot.
The Toyota Highlander tackles the Honda Pilot!
First up in battle of the best SUV is the Honda Pilot. We’ve concluded that the Orlando Toyota Highlander is a better choice than the Honda Pilot, and that’s because of its performance and size, as well as convenience features and price.
Our new Toyota SUV in Orlando may not generate just as much horsepower and torque as the Honda Pilot, but it’s nipping at its heels. On the other hand, the 2016 Toyota Highlander has a higher towing capacity than the Honda Pilot. Our Toyota SUV has a standard towing capacity of up to 5,000 pounds, while the Honda SUV can only tow up to 3,500 pounds. In addition, our Toyota SUV is easier to get in and out of as it sits lower the ground than the Honda Pilot. It also offers more front leg room.
The 2016 Toyota Highlander in Orlando has a slew of convenience features that the Honda Pilot doesn’t, including:
- A cargo area cover
- CD player
- Heated exterior mirror
- Running boards
Finally, the Toyota SUV in Orlando has a less expensive price than the Honda. The 2016 Toyota Highlander XLE has a starting MSRP of $37,490 while the 2016 Honda Pilot EX-L’s MSRP is $39,955.
The Nissan Murano tries to take on the Orlando Toyota SUV!
The Nissan Murano can try all it wants. but our new Toyota SUV in Orlando comes out on top. Not only does the Toyota have more space, but it’s also available in a hybrid drivetrain and more technology. When you fold down the third row seating in the Toyota SUV, you have 59.9 cubic feet of cargo space to work with. A vehicle this spacious can’t be fuel efficient, right? The new Toyota Highlander is available with a hybrid motor, making it capable of 27 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.
Inside our Toyota vehicle, you’ll find technology you won’t find in the Nissan like: a power moonroof, easy access cargo window, rear seat climate control, and more!
Stop worrying about finding time to do car comparisons because we’ve already done it for you! Get behind the wheel of a 2016 Toyota SUV today! Start by visiting us at 3575 Vineland Road, just off of I-4 near the Millenia Mall.