The 2018 Honda CR-V is crossover SUV that is a favorite among drivers for its legendary versatility. But the CR-V only accommodates five passengers in two rows of seating. For drivers looking for a vehicle with three rows, the Honda Pilot and Odyssey are both great options to consider, and like the CR-V they provide plenty of versatility.

Honda Pilot

The 2018 Honda Pilot is a mid-size sedan that is stylish and sophisticated and offers class-leading space for both passengers and cargo. The third row is a 50/50 split and the second row is a 60/40 split, so drivers can rearrange the interior into several different seating and cargo configurations for greater versatility. Car and Driver says that drivers will like the Pilot “if a stylish, useful, and trouble-free ride is what you’re after.” The Pilot also provides a long list of comfort and convenient features as well as ways to stay safely connected, which makes everyday life on the road go more smoothly.

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2018 Honda Pilot Interior

Honda Odyssey

The 2018 Honda Odyssey is the ultimate minivan. It features three rows of seats and can accommodate seven or eight passengers. It also includes equipment and amenities that the whole family can get excited about—from a built-in vacuum cleaner, to an available entertainment system, to driver-assistive technology. U.S. News & World Report notes that the “family hauler boasts a spacious interior, user-friendly technology, and impressive overall performance.” In fact, the Odyssey features surprisingly quick acceleration and agile handling, which can be handy in certain driving situations such as merging or passing.

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2018 Honda Odyssey Interior

Test Drive Today

Find out more information on the 20218 Honda CR-V, Pilot, and Odyssey by contacting us or visiting your nearest Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealer. Explore current offers and leasing specials, and sit behind the wheel of the model that is right for you with a test drive today.