2015 Honda PilotIf you’re shopping around the Detroit Metro area for a new SUV, there’s a good chance that the low price of the 2015 Nissan Pathfinder has caught your eye, but when you compare it to a competing model like the 2015 Honda Pilot, we think you’ll agree that Honda’s SUV simply gives drivers so much more.

Let’s take a look at the differences between these two models, and ask yourself which one offers you the better value for the price…

Features Separate the Pathfinder from the Pilot

First thing’s first, we’ll concede that the Pathfinder is the less expensive SUV. Though it’s not much lower priced, the Pathfinder’s $29,510 does come in under the 2015 Pilot 2WD LX’s starting price of $29,870 (MSRP).* But Honda’s SUV is in a whole different league than Nissan’s.

Each 2015 Pilot comes with the following features:

  • Bluetooth HandsFreeLink
  • Steering wheel-mounted controls
  • Touchscreen infotainment system
  • SMS texting capabilities
  • Pandora internet radio

And while Nissan does make many of these amenities available on the Pathfinder, you won’t find them without upgrading to the more expensive SV trim level. Honda gives drivers the high-tech amenities they want without needing to upgrade! It’s how they have been able to redefine just what it is that drivers expect from the standard features on a vehicle.

When the Pilot is upgraded, there are features that feel like real upgrades available, ranging from heated front seating to leather upholstery to a one-touch power moonroof to a satellite-linked navigation system. With five trim levels and your choice of two- or four-wheel drive, we think it will be easy to find the right Pilot for you.

Experience the 2015 Honda Pilot Firsthand

The best way for you to know whether or not the 2015 Honda Pilot is the right vehicle for you is to take it for a test drive, and we want to help you out with that. Visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer today and let us put you behind the wheel of a brand new Honda like the 2015 Pilot. We think you’ll agree that it leaves the Pathfinder wanting.


*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $880.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set their own prices.
Detroit Area Honda Dealers includes Tamaroff Honda, Jeffrey Honda, Cawood Honda, Troy Honda, Germain Honda of Ann Arbor, Fischer Honda, Ferndale Honda, LaFontaine Honda, Victory Honda of Plymouth, Victory Honda (in Monroe), Suburban Honda, Jim Riehl’s Friendly Honda, Brighton Honda, Page Honda of Bloomfield, and Genthe Honda.