Compare Honda Cars, Trucks, & SUVs
Are you looking for the perfect car but aren't sure which Honda sedan to choose? Are you having trouble picking between the SUVs in this lineup in San Antonio? Or do you want to know how the Honda minivan and truck compare to their biggest competition? We're ready to give you answers.
Honda Pilot vs. Honda CR-V
- The CR-V seats 5; the Pilot seats up to 8
- CR-V offers up to 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space; the Pilot offers 109 cubic feet of cargo space maximum
- Both offer Alamo Heights drivers Honda Sensing suite of features including Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist.
Honda Civic vs. Honda Accord
- The Honda Civic offers a standard manual transmission, which the Accord doesn't offer on every trim level as an option.
- The Honda Accord is more expensive than the Honda Civic.
- In the Accord, you get a sedan body style, but the Civic offers a coupe, hatchback, and sedan body style.
Honda Accord vs. Honda Civic
- The Honda Accord gives Windcrest customers more trunk space and passenger volume than the Honda Civic.
- Fuel efficiency in the Accord is better than the Civic.
- The Accord offers two engine options: one with 192 horsepower and one with 252 horsepower. The Civic offers an engine with 158 horsepower and one with 174 horsepower.
Honda Odyssey vs. Toyota Sienna
The Honda Odyssey has received recent improvements for exterior appeal and interior comforts, while the Toyota Sienna hasn't been changed much since 2011. The Odyssey also offers Android Auto, while the Toyota minivan doesn't. Both models offer great safety features, with Honda Sensing and Toyota Safety Sense, but the Odyssey is priced lower than the Sienna.
Honda Ridgeline vs. Chevy Colorado
The Honda Ridgeline gives Fair Oaks Ranch drivers a lower price tag than the Chevrolet Colorado. The Colorado also offers a base 200-horsepower engine, while the Honda Ridgeline gives you a 280-horsepower engine with 262 pound-feet of torque. The Ridgeline also scored higher on the NHTSA tests than the Colorado did, which isn't a surprise considering how Brake Assist is standard on the Honda model but not the Chevy truck.