The 2014 Honda Pilot Safety Rating Bests Competition
Vehicles like the 2014 Honda Pilot are often used for family vehicles, meaning that safety is an even bigger concern than it normally is for a vehicle.
We at West Michigan Honda Dealers know this, and that’s why we’re proud to say that the latest Pilot comes out ahead of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee in some important NHTSA safety ratings.
If you want to see how the Pilot keeps you safe, just keep reading.
Crash Tests and Rollover Safety
When you’re looking at a vehicle like the Plot or the Grand Cherokee, there are many different aspects of “safety” that can be poked and prodded at. In the case of these two SUVs, a statistic like rollover safety—rated by the NHTSA—is a pretty important one.
The 2014 Pilot 2WD LX with automatic transmission earned four out of a possible five stars for rollover safety. The Jeep only scored a three out of five. That’s not all, either. The same Pilot scored a perfect five-star rating on the NHTSA Front Driver Crash Test, which the Jeep only scored four stars on.
One of the best parts about the current Honda lineup is that they are really made for the modern driver, featuring standard amenities like Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a touchscreen infotainment system, a backup camera, and more. All technology that helps keep the driver informed and undistracted while driving.
Drive Home a Pilot Today
If you think you’d like to see the 2014 Honda Pilot firsthand, you can visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer and take one for a test drive. We think you’ll find that the Pilot’s ride height gives incredible visibility, making it easier to be more aware of your surroundings while driving, and the complement of high-tech amenities help to keep your focus on the road while staying connected.
In short, it’s the next generation of technology and safety, and it’s here now. Take one for a spin today.
West Michigan Honda Dealers includes Battle Creek Honda, Betten Honda, Crown Honda, Fox Honda, River Town Honda, and Zeigler Honda.