Compare Toyota Highlander

Compare the Toyota Highlander to the Honda Pilot and Nissan Pathfinder in Winston Salem


Have several kids and all their stuff that you need to lug around? Choose the new 2017 Toyota Highlander, a three-row SUV that does it all. Offered in a bare-bones, four-cylinder base edition, or the recommended V-6 setups at higher trim levels, the new Highlander is certainly worth considering when you're at our Winston Salem, NC Toyota dealership serving Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville, Burlington, Lexington, Thomasville, Mt. Airy and Salisbury looking for a family SUV.

To give you an idea of what makes the new Highlander a great choice, we're comparing it to similarly designed SUVs - the Honda Pilot and Nissan Pathfinder - and you'll see why the new Toyota option is your best bet. While most updated SUVs now come with optional safety systems, few match the confidence-boosting capabilities of Toyota Safety Sense, available in the Highlander. With plenty of alerts and warnings, and even emergency braking, your travels in your new Highlander are even safer than before. Take a look to see what else the new Highlander offers that you won't find in its competitors.

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Toyota Highlander vs. Honda Pilot Comparison in Winston Salem


  • When choosing the V-6 option of the Highlander, you'll receive many more standard features than the Pilot, including rear A/C, premium radio and a power driver's seat.
  • The V-6 option of the Highlander is more powerful than what the Pilot delivers, all while adding a touch better fuel efficiency rating.
  • When properly equipped, the Highlander can tow quite a bit more than the Pilot.

Toyota Highlander vs. Nissan Pathfinder Comparison in Winston Salem


  • The Highlander offers seating for eight, compared to only seven in the Pathfinder, making the Toyota a great choice if you have more passengers.
  • The Highlander is considerably more powerful than the Pathfinder, delivering more enjoyable driving dynamics for a larger SUV.
  • With more cargo space in the new Highlander, this SUV proves to be a more versatile option than the Pathfinder.