If your family is growing and you need a stylish crossover that can seat 7, then the 2015 Toyota Highlander is the vehicle for you. Sporty, sleek, and commanding on the road, the Highlander is that stunning beauty that you'll be proud to haul passengers in. Let the friendly folks of Toyota on Nicholasville in Nicholasville, KY, make you even prouder by negotiating an amazing deal on this amazing SUV. Not only will you be the envy of your neighbors by being an owner of the gorgeous 2015 Toyota Highlander, you'll make them envious by the amount of money you saved at Toyota on Nicholasville!
Let's take a peek at how the 2015 Toyota Highlander stands up to the Honda Pilot.
PRICE AND VALUE
When you've got a family, which you probably do since you're buying an SUV with high-capacity seating, you'll want to save as much money as possible. You will when you choose the 2015 Toyota Highlander over the Honda Pilot -- and that's before you even come into Toyota on Nicholasville and hear our low prices! With a starting MSRP of $29,665 vs. the Honda Pilot's MSRP of $29,870, you'll save 200 bucks from the start. And actually, you'll keep even more money in the bank considering the 2015 Toyota Highlander comes with a 2-year/25,000 mile free maintenance plan, which the Pilot doesn't offer.
The 2015 Toyota Highlander will not let you down when it comes to power and performance via its three engine options -- a 2.7L 4-cylinder with 185, a 3.5L V6 with 270 hp, and a hybrid 3.5L engine. They work in tandem with a 6-speed automatic transmission with Snow mode, which is very helpful during cold Kentucky winters. You're limited to only one engine with the Pilot -- a 3.5L V6 with 270 hp, mated matched to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Plus, no hybrid engine is available with the Pilot. The clear winner here is the 2015 Toyota Highlander.
With every single one of its engines, the 2015 Toyota Highlander takes the fuel efficiency crown over the Honda Pilot. The 4-cylinder gets an estimated 20 city mpg, and the V6 garners 19 city mpg. (No need to mention the Hybrid's mpg because there's literally no comparison!) The Pilot falls short with 18 city mpg, which is why the 2015 Toyota Highlander has this one hands down.