2015 Ford Explorer vs. 2015 Honda Pilot
Are You Looking for a 2015 Ford Explorer Around West Michigan?
Three-row SUVs seem to be on the downturn these days, but if you’re a West Michigan family looking for a powerful and capable new people mover, the 2015 Ford Explorer may do the trick, if you’re willing to upgrade. The standard 2015 Explorer has 80 cubic feet of available cargo space, which can come in handy when you need to haul furniture or that new TV (though many competing SUVs offer more cargo area). And the standard features of the Explorer are a bit basic, with the only modern amenity among roof rails, cruise control, and air conditioning being a 4.2-inch display, but that’s pretty common these days.
Just because it’s common for a basic SUV to be low on the features doesn’t mean you should have to stand for it. West Michigan drivers looking for more in their SUVs can get it with the 2015 Honda Pilot. The cargo area of the Pilot can expand to up to 87.0 cubic feet of space, and as far as features are concerned, you can enjoy steering wheel-mounted controls, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, Pandora radio, SMS texting, Honda’s 8-inch touchscreen interface, a rearview camera, alloy wheels, and more on the entry-level LX trim. As if that’s not enough, 2015 Honda Pilot 2WD models earn an EPA-estimated 25 mpg on the highway* to the Explorer’s 24 highway mpg.
Don’t just take our word for it, though; see how these two SUVs stack up side-by-side in our comparison below, then let us show you a 2015 Honda Pilot from behind the wheel at a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you.
*Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.