2016 Honda HR-V LX 2016 Honda Pilot Elite
Standard Bluetooth HandsFreeLink Standard
160-watt, 4-speaker Audio System 200-watt, 7-speaker
5-inch color LCD screen Audio Display 5-inch color LCD screen
ECON Assist with ECON mode Advanced Driving Modes Available Intelligent Variable Torgue Management AWD System

2016 Honda HR-V vs. 2016 Honda Pilot

2016 Honda HR-V vs. 2016 Honda Pilot

The auto market is full of cookie-cutter sedans and minivans, so why not choose something a little different? Honda has done just that with the 2016 Honda HR-V and 2016 Honda Pilot. Both these incredible, functional vehicles offer the best of the sedan and minivan worlds without the boring. Instead, choose from two dynamic vehicles that have the versatility, fuel economy and space to make everyday drives a breeze.

While the 2016 HR-V and 2016 Pilot have very different capabilities, both are part of the Honda family that is known for creating reliable, innovative vehicles and technologies. To start, the 2016 Honda HR-V is a compact crossover and the 2016 Honda Pilot is a SUV. Let’s explore the strengths of the 2016 Honda HR-V vs. 2016 Honda Pilot in this comparison.

2016 Honda HR-V and 2016 Honda Pilot Chicago, IL

Both the 2016 Honda HR-V and 2016 Honda Pilot maximize cargo and passenger space, but in very different ways. The Honda Pilot has long been recognized for its class-leading spacious interior and for the 2016 model year the Pilot adds 3.5 inches in overall length for an even more comfortable cabin. The 2016 Honda HR-V is smaller than the 2016 Honda Pilot in Chicago, IL, and maximizes space by using Honda’s signature Magic Seat technology to quickly fold the second-row seats with ease. This opens up 58.8 cubic feet (LX FWD) in total cargo volume. What the 2016 Honda HR-V and 2016 Honda Pilot in Chicago, IL, both do exceptionally well is accommodate awkwardly shaped cargo in a way that sedans and some minivans can’t.

Another big difference between the two vehicles is how each handles on the road and the overall passenger capacity. The 2016 Honda Pilot has seating for up to eight while the 2016 Honda HR-V has seating for up to five. For drivers looking for a capable, fuel-efficient SUV that can take on rough weather conditions and has plenty of space for cargo and passengers, the 2016 Honda Pilot could be a great fit. In fact, for the first time the 2016 Honda Pilot is available with new traction management systems to help drivers have more control in tough road conditions.

In contrast, for car shoppers looking for sporty alternative to the sedan, the 2016 Honda HR-V in Chicago, IL, could be a great fit. There’s plenty of space for passengers or cargo, it’s fuel-efficient, powerful and is fun to drive. There’s nothing quite like it on the market and it’s one incredible ride.

Which will you choose? The 2016 Honda HR-V is now available at Continental Honda! Leaning more toward the 2016 Honda Pilot? We are actively taking pre-orders. Reserve your vehicle today!

 

2016 Honda HR-V vs. 2016 Honda Pilot
*Pictured are the 2016 Honda HR-V and 2016 Honda Pilot, respectively