Compare the Honda Lineup to the Competition

See How Our Honda Models Stack up to the Competition

Honda is one of the most-trusted automotive brands on the road with numerous vehicles coming with innovation and performance. Willett Honda South has a showroom of Honda's latest and greatest models right here in Morrow, GA. We have a team of Honda sales experts available to pair you with your new Honda in no time. Our goal is to get you behind the wheel of your Honda today. We are proud to be your local Honda dealer serving customers from Marietta to Stockbridge. Whether you're looking for a fuel-efficient sedan or a rugged and versatile SUV, there is a new Honda for you right here at Willet Honda South near Decatur. Continue reading to see how our Honda models compare to the competition.

The Pilot vs. The Highlander and The Ascent

The Pilot is Honda's premier midsize SUV with plenty of space and features for the entire family. Returning to take on the new Subaru Ascent and Toyota Highlander, the Pilot is back to set the standard for its segment. This eight-seater SUV comes with a 280-horsepower six-cylinder engine, putting out more standard power than Ascent. If you're looking for efficiency, the Honda Pilot is the way to go compared to the Highlander. Available features in the Pilot include all-wheel drive, a 5,000-pound towing capacity, push-button start, a rearview camera, and an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The CR-V vs. The Outback and The Edge

Versatility and agility combine in the new CR-V crossover. Taking on the Subaru Outback and Ford Edge, the CR-V continues to be one of the best-selling models in its class. The CR-V comes with ample legroom and headroom, offering a more spacious and comfortable ride than the Outback. Unlike the Edge, the CR-V also comes with standard LED running lights and automatic climate control for these hot Atlanta summers. Honda is committed to safety as well and includes numerous features in the CR-V to keep your family protected. Safety features include blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency.

The Civic vs. The Corolla

Conquer your daily commute in the new Honda Civic. This compact sedan goes up against the Toyota Corolla, coming with numerous features, style, and fuel-efficiency. The Civic's standard engine puts out 158 horsepower, while the Corolla only produces 132 horsepower. Available features in Civic include keyless entry, automatic climate control, and a multi-function remote. The Civic also comes with more cargo space than the Corolla, allowing you to bring all of your gear along for the ride.

The Accord vs. The Camry

The Accord is one of the most reliable sedans on the road, coming with cutting-edge technology and safety features for Stockbridge, GA drivers. This sedan is back to take on the iconic Toyota Camry. Both models come with 36 months or 36,000 miles of basic warranty coverage for added peace of mind on the road. The Accord is also the more affordable option, coming in at a lower MSRP than the Camry. Standard features in the Accord include front power outlets and dual-zone automatic climate control-both features are only options in the Camry. There are also safety innovations such as Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, a Road Departure Mitigating System, Traffic Sign Recognition, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

The Odyssey vs. The Pacifica and Sienna

Overall, all three vehicles are well-regarded by traveling families and long-lived in the minivan segment. Each is held in high esteem for capability, comfort, advanced technologies, and passenger-friendly amenities for the whole gang. But it's the new Honda Odyssey that pulls ahead of the rest where it counts. The Honda van maintains the edge on competitors like Pacifica when it comes to maneuverability, fuel capacity, and max cargo space, and numerous unique features, like an available rear-seat monitoring system, consistently keep it ahead. The new Odyssey also bests its Sienna rival in handling agility and passenger and second-row cargo space, gets the extra mile in fuel efficiency for the Sandy Springs drive, and, all things considered, is more affordable.


The Insight vs. Clarity Plug-In Hybrid vs. Honda Accord Hybrid

Right off the starting line, you'll find that each Honda hybrid sedan is built to go the distance. No matter which you choose, it'll be cutting-edge, too, loaded with advanced Honda Sensing® driver-assist tech as well as the latest in infotainment systems. But all three differ according to purposes and driver needs. For one, the new Insight and Accord Hybrid are non-rechargeable gas and electric powertrains, while the new Clarity Plug-In Hybrid can be energized by plugging it into an electrical outlet, juicing up at a charge station, using regenerative braking during driving, or using gas. Further, if you're looking for a more thrilling ride to go with exceptional efficiency, both the Accord Hybrid and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid are more energetic than their Insight counterpart, with higher horsepower. However, the pleasure of piloting Insight comes in its ability to shift gears with the touch of a button, unlike its standard gear-selector siblings. Plus, if you're seeking more space to stretch out, the new Accord Hybrid is the roomier option, just ahead of Clarity and around 8 cubic feet ahead of the more compact Insight. However, Insight offers better cargo volume that Clarity, but slots just behind the Accord Hybrid.

Visit Willet Honda South

When you're ready to test drive one of these new Honda vehicles, make the short drive over to Willet Honda South. Our conveniently located dealership has extended hours to serve all of our Atlanta-area customers better. Contact our showroom at 888-664-9254 or stop by for more information and offers.