DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When looking for a full sized SUV, consumers find a market full of large capable vehicles that can fit the bill, but few do it better than Honda's Pilot. It's easy to see the advantages of owning the Pilot, whether you're comparing the 2014 Honda Pilot to a 2014 Ford Explorer, or by simply listing all the improvements and upgrades Honda has brought to the refreshed 2015 Honda Pilot. Both models of the Honda Pilot are available at Matt Castrucci Honda in Dayton, Ohio.
The 2014 Honda Pilot in Dayton, Ohio and its closest competitor, the 2014 Ford Explorer, share a lot of similarities, but differ in plenty of ways that make the Pilot a more attractive investment. Where the Explorer only seats seven, the Pilot offers eight, all while offering more storage space with 87 cubic feet, compared to Ford's 80.7 cubic feet. Honda's Pilot also offers a fuel tank that's two gallons larger than its Ford counterpart, while getting slightly better fuel economy by at least a mile in the city as well as on the highway.
With the release of the 2015 Honda Pilot, however, the competitive gap just widened as Honda has added upgrades to both the interior and exterior with the model's latest refresh. The Pilot has also added a new trim level and made many features that were previously optional, now features that come standard. The new trim, the SE model, is a Special Edition that slots into the middle of the Pilot's offerings, giving customers a wider range of choices based on whatever budget customers want to set for themselves.
With all the information on the quality of the 2014 Honda Pilot, or all the upgrades for the updated 2015 Honda Pilot, it is hard not to get excited to own a Pilot from Matt Castrucci Honda in Dayton, Ohio. For more information on both these great models of a great vehicle, call 855-899-5356 or visit www.mattcastruccihonda.com.
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