2014 Toyota 4Runner Vs. 2014 Honda Pilot

Before Buying a 2014 Toyota 4Runner in the Greater Milwaukee Area, You Should Read This

Drivers looking for their next SUV in the Greater Milwaukee area are sure to have many vehicles to choose from, and we think that most of you could be eying the 2014 Toyota 4Runner. Although it only seats five—making it better for small families—the 4Runner has long been a staple SUV, and the 2014 model looks ready to continue in that line. That said, much of what has made the 4Runner popular over the years has continued to be standard, meaning that the entry-level 4Runner SR5 isn’t too well equipped when compared to other modern SUVs. You’ll find features like Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, power accessories, cruise control, air conditioning, and a touchscreen interface coming standard, but if you want to get a full ranger of modern features, you’ll need to upgrade.

Looking for more room and more features? Why not try the 2014 Honda Pilot, available now to Greater Milwaukee area drivers. The entry-level Pilot LX is incredibly well-equipped and seats up to eight, making it a great family vehicle. Standard features on the Pilot include Honda’s innovative i-MID infotainment system with high-res 8-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio, a rearview camera, and tri-zone climate control. You can get some of these features or comparable replacements on the Toyota, but at the end of the day you would need to upgrade Toyota’s SUV to get features like those on the Pilot—and that still doesn’t account for the extra passenger space.

Take a look at the differences for yourself: