4Runner vs Pilot
Thinking About Buying the 2013 Toyota 4Runner in Detroit?
The 2013 Toyota 4Runner has earned many fans in the Detroit area thanks to its pleasant driving dynamics, dependable engine, and tough reputation. The 2013 4Runner comes equipped with a 4.0L V6 engine, and front-wheel drive models are able to achieve 17 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. Optional features include a touchscreen entertainment interface, rearview camera, and dual-zone climate control for a comfortable, convenient ride, making the new 4Runner a strong choice for all types of drivers, including off-road trailblazers and on-road parents with practicality in mind.
The 2013 Honda Pilot presents a compelling case to families in Detroit, as well. The new base Pilot LX is less expensive than its Toyota competitor, while offering what is in many ways a superior value. The fuel economy of its 3.5L V6 engine continues beating out Toyota’s value every week at the gas pump, as a 2WD 2013 Pilot LX is able to achieve 18 mpg city/25 mpg highway.* Bluetooth, Honda’s i-MID system, a rearview camera, and other high-tech features further set it apart from the rest of the SUV segment, and its all-wheel drive also makes it a great choice for drivers who want to take on the trails, but at a more affordable price than the 4Runner SR5.
Features are where the Pilot LX really differentiates itself. While Toyota will make you pay extra for the latest in-car technology, Honda offers everything the modern driver could need standard on the base model. Let’s compare some of the standard features of these two SUVs: