|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 09:10 AM EDT||
DENVER, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Shopping for a car can be a stressful time, full of either too much or too little information, vague places to start researching and comparing, or simply no access to what is needed to be known to comfortably purchase a vehicle. That's why Planet Honda near Denver, Colo. has put together several different pages to demonstrate the many differences between Honda vehicles and its closest competitors. With several of Honda's heaviest and more durable vehicles up against their closest rivals, the numbers simply show that the quality that Honda has to offer buyers.
One of the premier Honda vehicles on the market is the 2014 Honda Pilot, which when compared to either the 2014 Ford Explorer or 2014 Toyota Highlander, not only holds its own, but actually outdoes its closest competition. Whether it's offering more storage space for families, or its high fuel economy coupled with its massive power, the Pilot holds up well and comes out ahead.
Meanwhile, the 2014 Honda Ridgeline, a truck made for both durability and comfort, far exceeds expectations when put against the numbers the 2014 Nissan Frontier offers. The Ridgeline's ingenious design allows for five passengers, one more than the Frontier, all while still providing all-wheel drive and a larger capacity for a heavy payload.
Finally, the 2014 Honda CR-V is compared to the 2014 Ford Explorer. While they share many features, the CR-V manages to offer more space, more power and better fuel economy in the city. Honda's small crossover SUV is a versatile family friend vehicle, so it should be no surprise that it offers more.
For more information on all these vehicles and how they stack up against the competition, simply call Planet Honda near Denver, CO at 303-215-4200 or visit them at www.planethonda.com.
Media Contact: Jamie Payne, Planet Honda, 303-215-4200, [email protected]
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SOURCE Planet Honda
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