What’s the difference between the Honda SUVs?
With so many CUVs and SUVs in the automotive industry (as it is one of the most popular body styles among drivers), it can be difficult and even confusing to sort through all the options and pick the model that’s right for you. That’s where the team at Meridian Honda comes in! We’re here to help educate car shoppers so they can make the best decision for themselves and their families. We created a simple overview of the three SUV offerings from Honda, so you can learn a little bit about each of them, and pursue more information if one catches your eye. See the differences between the Honda SUVs below.
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A compact crossover, the Honda HR-V offers both efficiency and versatility with its practical powertrain and 2nd-row Magic Seat®, which offers several interior seating and cargo configurations to fit a wide variety of cargo items while, in some cases, still having room for passengers. The HR-V is also packed with fun features, premium amenities, and innovative safety features to enhance life behind the wheel.
A mid-size crossover, the Honda CR-V offers spacious seating for five and plenty of cargo space to haul several items or small furniture. Stylish and athletic, the crossover features an eye-catching design and delivers exciting, responsive performance to match. The CR-V’s ultra-modern interior features innovative technology systems, smart driver-assists, and upscale amenities.
A mid-size SUV, the Honda Pilot is a family-oriented vehicle that seats up to eight or seven with the second-row Captain’s Chairs. Incredibly spacious in both the cabin and the cargo area, the Pilot has room for the whole family to stretch out comfortably. Packed with fun features in every row, the Pilot is well-equipped for daily trips to school, long family road trips, and everything in between.