|2014 Honda Odyssey||2014 Honda Pilot|
|19 city/28 highway||MPG||18 city/25 highway|
|8 passengers||Seating Capacity||8 passengers|
|3,500 pounds||Towing Capacity||4,500 pounds|
|Exclusive 2WD||Drive Configuration||Available 4WD|
2014 Honda Odyssey vs. 2014 Honda Pilot
According to 1980's Canadian rock band Loverboy, everybody is working for the weekend. Everybody is going off the deep end, and everybody is also in need of a second chance. While almost anyone can acknowledge that “Working for the Weekend” was a catchy tune on 1980's airwaves, the premise of the song is simply mistaken. Though many folks do consistently set their sights on Saturday and Sunday, plenty of people also enjoy what life has in store with each passing weekday.
Both the Honda Odyssey and Honda Pilot are built to help large families handle the day-to-day activities of life in the modern age. Understanding each vehicle’s unique offerings, however, requires an analysis the plans that your family has for each of the year’s 52 gloriously recurring weekends. Continental Honda invites drivers to consider those plans as their minds dig into the Chicagoland dealership’s 2014 Honda Odyssey vs. 2014 Honda Pilot comparison.
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Local drivers that love the weekday routine will find all that they need and then some in the Honda Odyssey and Honda Pilot. Honda’s pair of people-movers both offer seating capacities that can accommodate sizable families—and this more-the-merrier approach is accomplished with impressive fuel economy returns as well. The real distinctions in the 2014 Honda Odyssey vs. 2014 Honda Pilot comparison, however, are seen in the plans of those working for the weekend. As the Honda option with available 4WD capability, the Pilot allows weekend drivers to tow more poundage and tackle more volatile terrain with four-wheel torque distribution.
Both weekday and weekend warriors are available now at Continental Honda in Countryside, IL. Contact the dealership today to schedule a test drive for your own personal research on the 2014 Honda Odyssey vs. 2014 Honda Pilot.
 19 city/28 highway/22 combined mpg rating. Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.
 18 city/25 highway/21 combined mpg rating for 2WD models and 17 city/24 highway/20 combined mpg rating for 4WD models. Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.