Maximum Cargo Space
Adaptive Cruise Control
Road Departure Mitigation System
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
CabinTalk® In-Car PA System
Given Honda’s phenomenal reputation, it should come as no surprise that any 2021 Honda Pilot vs. 2020 Nissan Pathfinder comparison is going to come out in the former’s favor. You might say we’ve biased in Honda’s favor, but check out the key differences that separate these two models and we’re sure you’ll see why we’re happy placing such confidence in the Pilot.
Read on to compare:
Growing families love 3-row crossover SUVs for their accommodating interiors, so the Pilot’s ability to take up to 8 is going to impress over the Pathfinder’s maximum 7-seater capacity. Worse yet, the Pathfinder isn’t even able to make up for that by providing added cargo space.
The Pilot’s interior can provide more features as well as more space, including several that aren’t offered with any configuration of the new Nissan Pathfinder. Highlights include:
Whether you want state of the art smartphone integration or family-friendly convenience, the Pilot has your back better than the Pathfinder.
You can tell safety is a top priority of the Honda Pilot when you turn to its list of cutting-edge driver assistance features. Even the following advanced technologies come fitted as standard with all models:
The 2020 Nissan Pathfinder either doesn’t offer those features or won’t fit them as standard.
It’s hard to imagine another 3-row crossover SUV outpacing the Honda Pilot, and the latest Nissan Pathfinder certainly isn’t up to the task. Whether you need help valuing your trade-in or arranging the perfect financing package, feel free to contact us today.