|By PR Newswire||
|March 3, 2014 10:23 AM EST||
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When motorists compare automobiles with the space and efficiency to succeed as suitable weekday drivers, specific plans to use the vehicle for weekend activities may serve as the deciding factor in determining which car, truck, or SUV in which to invest. In a comparison of the 2014 Honda Odyssey and 2014 Honda Pilot, Continental Honda has found it necessary for drivers to apply these criteria since the vehicles are quite evenly matched.
Both the Honda Odyssey and Honda Pilot are built to help large families handle the day-to-day activities of life in the modern age. Understanding each vehicle's unique offerings, however, requires an analysis of the plans that a family has for weekends throughout the year.
Local drivers committed to weekday routines will find many pleasing features in the Honda Odyssey and Pilot. Honda's pair of vehicles both offer seating capacities that can accommodate sizable families while delivering valuable fuel economy returns as well. The real distinctions in the 2014 Honda Odyssey vs. 2014 Honda Pilot comparison, however, are seen in the plans of those working for the weekend. As the Honda option with available four-wheel drive capability, the Pilot allows weekend drivers to tow more poundage and tackle more volatile terrain with four-wheel torque distribution. Weekend plans that include multiple trips around the city are likely to favor the increased fuel efficiency of the Honda Odyssey.
Both 2014 Honda Odyssey and 2014 Honda Pilot are available now at Continental Honda. The dealership is located at 5901 South La Grange Rd. in Countryside, Ill., 60525. More information about the Honda Odyssey and Pilot can be found by calling the dealership at 888-865-0378 or visiting www.continentalhonda.com.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Honda, (888) 865-0378, [email protected]
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SOURCE Continental Honda
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