|2016 Honda Pilot||2016 GMC Acadia|
|8.7 l/100km||Highway Fuel Efficiency||9.8 l/100km|
|280 HP||Horsepower||281 HP|
|262 lb-ft.||Torque||266 lb-ft.|
|18.5 cu. ft.||Cargo Capacity||24.1 cu. ft.|
2016 Honda Pilot vs 2016 GMC Acadia
The all-new 2016 Honda Pilot stunned Honda enthusiasts when it was revealed earlier this year, as manufacturers not only redesigned the model but completely reimagined what it means to be a Honda Pilot. More stylish and modern in every way, we wanted to take a look at it comparison to one of our other popular crossovers to show what the differences are between the two, and where each has an advantage. With this in mind we compared the 2016 Honda Pilot vs 2016 GMC Acadia in an effort to help your decision process even easier.
Differences between the 2016 Honda Pilot, GMC Acadia
As you can tell by looking at the table up above, the two full-size crossovers are incredibly similar and definitely comparable. They each have their own advantage, while remaining extremely close in terms of power and capabilities. The Acadia does have a slight leg up in horsepower and torque, but its advantages are so minute it would barely even be noticeable. The differences truly come in the way of fuel efficiency and cargo capacity, in which each crossover takes the lead in one or the other.
Let’s first look at the all-new Honda Pilot’s advantage, which comes in the way of highway fuel efficiency. 8.7 l/100km is an impressive efficiency rating for a full-size crossover, as their size and weight generally tend to make them suffer. This is proven by the fact that the Acadia is at a 1.1 l/100km disadvantage, thus saving those who choose the Pilot a bit of change at the gas station. As for the 2016 GMC Acadia on the other hand, space is its advantage. Behind the back row of the vehicle is 24.1 cu. ft. of space to fill with your cargo, 5.6 cu. ft. more than you’ll find in the back of the 2016 Honda Pilot. Interested in either vehicle? Schedule a test drive online today!