When you are hunting for the ideal three-row SUV you will find yourself with a lot of options from a lot of brands, but if you are looking for quality and versatility, you’ve likely wound up on the doorstep of just a few brands like Kia and Honda. Let’s take a deeper look at what these two brands have to offer with their three-row SUVs with our 2020 Kia Telluride vs 2019 Honda Pilot comparison. For starters, both of these models offer seating for eight and have available all-wheel drive at all trim levels, but that’s about where the similarities end.
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2020 Kia Telluride
2019 Honda Pilot
|5,000 Pounds||Max Towing Capacity||3,500 Pounds|
|87.0 Cubic-Feet||Max Cargo Room||83.9 Cubic-Feet|
|Standard / Standard||Apple CarPlay / Android Auto||Available / Available|
|10 Years or 100,000 Miles||Powertrain Warranty||5 Years or 60,000 Miles|
We know that you are not just getting a three-row SUV just for the passenger room. You actually want to use it too, and Kia understands that. This is why the Telluride not only offers more towing capability, but it offers it standard on every trim level. In addition to that, you also have way more room in the back. In fact, if you wanted to look at this comparison in a different way, the Telluride still offers 21 cubic-feet of cargo room with all the seats up and the Pilot only offers 16.5 cubic-feet of cargo room with all the seats up. Talk about a difference.
What about features? The Telluride comes with a huge number of features standard. Not only do you get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features, but you also get automatic headlights, forward collision avoidance, lane keeping assist, safe exit assist, and so much more.
Reliability should be a concern for every new car buyer, but as you were drawn to both Kia and Honda, it is definitely something that you’re already considering. You will be pleased to learn that not only does the Telluride offer an impressive powertrain warranty, it also has a bumper-to-bumper warranty of 5 years or 60,000 miles where the Pilot only comes with 3 years or 36,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper protection.