North Texas Honda Dealer Compares the 2014 Pilot vs. the 2014 Traverse

December 18th, 2013 by

Southwest Honda, your North Texas Honda dealer, thinks information is a car buyer’s best asset. If you’re looking for a new SUV, you may be researching the 2014 Honda Pilot as well as the 2014 Chevrolet Traverse. To help you as you research, here’s our comparison of the safety specs and ergonomic features each has to offer:

2014 Honda Pilot Safety Specs

The Honda Pilot is a safety leader, equipped with the latest technology to keep occupants secure on the road. The Pilot’s airbags use sensors to tailor deployment force based on impact. Its active head restraints prevent and minimize head and neck injuries during collisions. Its parking sensors prevent unnecessary accidents in parking lots and street parking situations. Plus, the 2014 Pilot achieved 5-star ratings in all of the crash tests administered by the National Highway Traffic Administration.

2014 Chevrolet Traverse Safety Specs

The Chevy Traverse boasts a few distinguishing safety features like an optional collision warning system and blind spot warning system, but it can’t quite compare to the Honda Pilot. Its airbags lack the high-tech sensors its Honda counterpart offers. Additionally, it does not come with features like active head restraints and parking sensors.

2014 Honda Pilot Ergonomics

The 2014 Honda Pilot guarantees a comfortable, enjoyable experience. It includes features like a standard locking fuel door with remote release and remote window control for your convenience. Dual zone air conditioning and automatic temperature control make climate regulation in the Pilot simple. Furthermore, the Pilot’s built-in pollen filter helps occupants breathe easy as they travel.

2014 Chevrolet Traverse Ergonomics

Although some ergonomic specs like air-conditioned front seats do make the Traverse stand out, it still falls short in some ways compared to its Honda rival. The new Chevy Traverse does not come with a standard locking fuel door with remote release or remote window control. It also lacks dual zone a/c, automatic temperature control, and a built-in pollen filter.

Overall, we think the Honda Pilot is an excellent choice among the many new SUV options. Stop by Southwest Honda to take a test drive!

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