2022 Nissan Pathfinder vs Honda Pilot

With rugged muscular new looks Nissan’s iconic SUV recaptures bold adventurous spirit in the all-new Nissan Pathfinder. With bold lines, a vertical front end and a strong c-pillar the Pathfinder provides a sense of strength and confidence. Rich with 30 years of heritage the Nissan Pathfinder is one of the longest running SUV nameplates in it’s segment.

Pro-Pilot Assist allows you to reduce the hassle of stop and go highway driving at the push of a button. Once activated this advanced system helps to guide your drive rather than overtake it. This helps you stay within the flow of traffic, and centered in your lane. And by adding available Navi-Link on the upper trims Pro-Pilot can proactivity reduce speed for upcoming freeway curves or junctions, and help you slow down for freeway exits. While the Honda Pilot offers adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist, these systems are not as advance as Pro-Pilot assist with Navi-Link.

How about the tech? The Nissan Pathfinder offers modern advance technology including Nissan’s Intelligent Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection. Pioneered by Nissan this system uses a system of four cameras to give you a composite 360-degree bird’s-eye view of the vehicle with selectable spilt screens and close ups of the front, back and curbside views so that you can get a better look. In comparison Honda Pilot has a back-up camera available providing rear view only.

Pathfinder also has a maximum towing capacity of 6,000-LB, giving it the ability to haul boats, ATV’s, camping gear, or trailers with ease. To help you tow safety and with confidence the Pathfinder is equipped with standard trailer sway control and a factory installed trailer hitch receiver. Honda Pilot Highlander on the other hand can tow up to 5000-LB and does not offer a factory installed trailer hitch receiver. The Pathfinder is a feature packed SUV, offering welcoming interiors, cargo capacity and technology to help you along the way.