Not Your Average SUV – Comparing the 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy

It’s a common opinion that the bigger the vehicle is, the safer it is, but that isn’t the case for some brands. It’s also common to hear that SUV’s also don’t have good MPG ratings or convenient features that can match up to a sedan. We are addressing those notions with the 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy and comparing it to the Toyota Sequoia, which will soon prove to be the lesser of the two.

Part-time is not an option when it comes to safety features, and unfortunately, the Sequoia only offers four-wheel-drive when the vehicle goes off-road. The Pilot, on the other hand, provides an optional full-time four-wheel drive for added traction in all driving conditions. To better protect your passenger, this Honda also has a safety cell construction that provides extra impact protection due to its three-dimensional high-strength frame. As icing on the cake, the Pilot Touring, Elite, and Black Edition comes standard with HondaLink Assist with a GPS receiver. This system automatically alerts emergency personnel if the airbags are deployed, making it easier and faster for first responders to reach you. This system is not available on the Sequoia, so if you’re in an accident and incapacitated, help might not come quickly. 

While the Pilot’s safety features protect you and your passengers, the fuel economy and range works to protect the environment! With an engine control system that’s capable of shutting down half of its cylinders, the Pilot’s fuel efficiency can be improved as your drive. Plus, when you’re stopped at a light or in heavy traffic, the Touring, Elite, and Black Edition’s engines can automatically turn off, saving you fuel while reducing pollution. Once you’re ready to go, the engine will kick back on without missing a beat. The Sequoia, unfortunately, doesn’t offer an automatic engine start/stop system.

FWD9-spd3.5 SOHC V620 city/27 hwy*
 6-spd3.5 SOHC V619 city/27 hwy*
AWD9-spd3.5 SOHC V619 city/26 hwy*
 6-spd3.5 SOHC V618 city/26 hwy*
RWD6-spd5.7 DOHC V813 city/17 hwy
AWD6-spd5.7 DOHC V813 city/17 hw

The Pilot also has a standard cap-less fueling system that automatically opens and closes when the fuel filler is inserted or removed, further reducing pollution by eliminating fuel evaporation. The Sequoia doesn’t offer this feature either, also proving that the Pilot is more environmentally friendly. 

Convenience is key when driving through a fast-paced world, and if a vehicle can help ease some of that stress, then why would you drive anything else? The Pilot comes with standard speed-sensitive wipers that can automatically speed up when the vehicle does, but the Sequoia only offers manually variable wipers that need to be adjusted continuously. To help combat the summer heat, the Pilot has automatic windows that can be lowered by the driver via keyless remote so when you’re walking up to the SUV, you won’t have to deal with the “oven” when opening the vehicle doors. And keep your devices charged without the hassle of cables tangling, the Pilot also offers a wireless phone charging system (Qi) in the front. The Sequoia’s windows can’t be operated via remote, nor does it have a wireless charging system. 

If you want to know more about the 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy, feel free to give us a call or stop by for a test drive! We also have plenty of models for you to view online, so if you’re not comfortable coming to visit us at Honda Cars of Katy, you can do it all from the comfort of your home online.

*19 city/27 highway/22 combined mpg rating for 2WD 6AT trims. 18 city/26 highway/21 combined mpg rating for AWD 6AT trims. 20 city/27 highway/23 combined mpg rating for 2WD 9AT trims. 19 city/26 highway/22 combined mpg rating for AWD 9AT trims. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

The 2020 Honda Odyssey in Katy vs. the Kia Sedona

If you’re in the market for a new minivan or have been looking to upgrade your vehicle for something more spacious, then turn your attention to the 2020 Honda Odyssey in Katy! Compared to the Kia Sedona, this Honda proves time and time again that it’s the better choice if you need a safe, fuel-efficient, and convenient minivan.

While both vehicles have similar safety features such as standard airbags, plastic fuel tanks, and height-adjustable seatbelts, the Odyssey outshines the Sedona with additional systems in place. With Daytime Running Lights to keep the minivan visible under all conditions, this safety feature reduces accidents by 11%, according to Canadian government studies. If you do ever find yourself in an accident, the Odyssey is well-equipped to ensure that help finds you quickly. The Touring and Elite models have a standard HondaLink Assist with a GPS that will automatically alert emergency personnel of your location when the airbags deploy. The Sedona doesn’t have a GPS response system or Daytime Running Lights, so help may not come as quickly if you are in an accident. 

When looking at the Odysseys fuel economy, it stands out in more ways than an impressive MPG of 19 city and 28 highway* (vs. 18 city/24 hwy). Under the hood is an engine control system that can shut down half of its cylinders, and the engine can also automatically turn off and back on at stoplight or in heavy traffic. Both features help improve fuel efficiency, saving you money in the long run while reducing air pollutants. The Sedona doesn’t have either of these features, making it less environmentally friendly. 

Now that we have addressed two critical components of these minivans, let’s move on to the convenient features you can enjoy in the Odyssey. With a power brake that can be set and released with one touch and front power windows that can fully raise and lower with a single touch, convenience is evident throughout this Honda even with the small details. The Sedona’s parking brake has to be released manually, and its front passenger window doesn’t fully open or close automatically. To help those in the back, the Odyssey also is equipped with Manual rear side window sunshades to help block glare and heat for your rear passengers, yet another feature not available on the Sedona.

The 2020 Honda Odyssey in Katy can offer more than just safety, fuel efficiency, and convenient features, but you should discover it for yourself! Give us a call at Honda Cars of Katy, and we will answer any questions you may have about partaking in a safe, contact-less test drive.

*19 city/28 highway/22 combined mpg rating. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

The Features are Endless – Comparing the 2020 Honda Accord in Katy

There are multiple features and systems that make a vehicle the perfect driving machine, and when numerous advanced technologies work together, you are left with the 2020 Honda Accord in Katy. In today’s topic, we are taking this award-winning sedan and comparing it to the Toyota Camry so you can develop a better understanding of how much better the Accord is.

No one wants to be left in the dust, and even if a vehicle’s speed and torque aren’t your top priority, it’s still useful information to have, knowing that Honda is the better choice over Toyota. No matter which trim level you choose, you can drive with confidence knowing that all Accord models have more powerful engines than the Camry:

Accord 1.5 turbo 4-cylinder192 lbs.-ft.
Accord 2.0 turbo 4-cylinder273 lbs.-ft.
Camry 2.5 DOHC 4-cylinder184 lbs.-ft.
Camry XSE 2.5 DOHC 4-cylinder186 lbs.-ft.
Camry 3.5 DOHC V6267 lbs.-ft.

In a test conducted by Car and Driver, the Accord 1.5 turbo 4-cylinder proved to be faster than the Camry 4-cylinder, with the ability to go from zero to sixty in 6.6 seconds (vs. 7.9) and reach a top speed of 97 miles per hour in a quarter mile (vs. 90). Paired with this awesome power are some incredible safety features like smart airbags that deploy with different levels of force or to protect passengers of all sizes better. The Accord also hosts a driver alert monitoring system that can detect when a driver is being inattentive and will sound an alarm to suggest a break. According to the NHTSA, this feature can significantly reduce the number of accidents caused by drivers falling asleep at the wheel, which amounts to about 100,000 crashes and 1500 deaths per year. The Camry doesn’t offer either of these features, so you will have to be more cautious when driving the Toyota. 

To complement the Accord’s power and safety features you will enjoy, we feel it is necessary to dive into the ride experience you will have with this Honda. With two different suspension settings to choose from (extra-supple and sport mode) driving long distances won’t feel as taxing, and tricky roads can be more manageable with more control. To assist with low-effort parking and better control at highway speeds, the Accord also has speed-sensitive variable-assist power steering, and drift compensation steering to help prevent the vehicle from drifting side-to-side. Continuing the trend of missing desirable features, the Camry doesn’t offer adjustable shock absorbers, variable-assist power steering, or drift compensation steering.

There are more features that make the 2020 Honda Accord in Katy the better choice over the Camry, but we know your time is precious, so if you’re ready to discover what this award-winning sedan can do, give us a call at Honda Cars of Katy. We can set up a time for you to experience the Accord for yourself, safely, or you can check out our website for more information. Either way, stay safe, and we hope to hear from you soon!

Stay Safe. We Are Here for You!

As we continue to push through the COVID-19 pandemic, Honda Cars of Katy would like to let our customers know of our operational changes we are implementing to help keep our community and employees safe. While we remain open for sales and service needs, we are taking precautions and adapting the following protocols as recommended from the CDC and government officials

Pick-Up and Delivery Service 

As part of our Complimentary Valet* service, we will pick-up and drop-off your vehicle when you schedule a service appointment, maintaining the “no-contact” policy and bringing you peace of mind. 

Free Vehicle Sanitation

When you schedule any service with us, we will sanitize your vehicle* at no cost to you, taking great care to focus on high touch areas such as door handles, steering wheel, shift knob, entertainment console, and more.

No Payment for 90 Days

This is a very difficult time for most people to make payments, and we recognize that. This is why we are offering “No Payment for 90 days” when you purchase a new vehicle*.

Digital Dealership

You can view our new and pre-owned vehicles from the comfort of your home! With an updated inventory, and sales consultants ready to help, buying a car online is easier than ever!

Updated Service Offerings

Vehicles are essential, so our service department will remain open! Check out our latest service specials on our website.

Important Updates

Our management team will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and relay important information to you via Facebook. Please follow our page for any updates to our services and offers.

Operating Hours

Sales: Monday – Saturday

10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Service: Monday – Saturday

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Our team at Honda Cars of Katy is ready to assist you with any problems or concerns you may have. Remember to stay safe, stay home, and practice all recommendations on hygiene and social distancing. We are here for you!

*Complimentary Valet service subject to availability. Free vehicle sanitation with scheduled appointments. Offer expires 4/30/20. “No Payment for 90 days” subject to credit approval with the purchase of a new vehicle and valid through 4/30/2020.

A Battle of the Minivans – Comparing the 2019 Honda Odyssey in Katy

For today’s comparison, we’re taking the 2019 Honda Odyssey in Katy and putting it against the Kia Sedona. These two minivans share incredible features, but only the Odyssey has what it takes to push it over the top. 

Beyond being good for the environment, having an excellent fuel economy helps lower fuel costs to save you money, increases energy stability, and reduces dependence costs. The Odyssey has a few tricks to improve its fuel efficiency, like better fuel mileage than the Sedona (19 city/28 hwy* vs. 18 city/24 hwy), and an engine control system that can shut down half of its cylinders. And if you get caught in heavy traffic or at stoplights, the Touring and Elite models engines automatically turn off to help you save even more fuel! Once you’re ready to move again, the engine will automatically kicks back on without missing a beat. When you finally do need to fill up the tank, expect a fuel filler that will automatically open and close when the fuel nozzle is inserted or removed. This nifty little feature helps reduce fuel evaporation which causes pollution. The Sedona doesn’t have this feature or an engine that can shut off half of its cylinders. 

To be more visible under all weather conditions, the Odyssey is equipped with daytime running lights, which can aid in reducing accidents by 11%. If you are ever in an accident, the EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite models can utilize HondaLink Assist to alert emergency personnel of your location with its GPS receiver and cellular system. The Sedona only offers a navigation computer and doesn’t have Daytime Running Lights. 

Inside the Odyssey’s cabin, you’ll find more features than ever before. To keep an eye on everyone in the second and third rows, the driver can use Honda CabinWatch® to see the backseats (standard on the Touring and Elite models). And to talk directly to passengers in the back, there’s no need to shout because the driver can use Honda CabinTalk™ which can override RES connected headphones or use the Odyssey’s speakers to get your message across (standard on EX-L, Touring, and Elite models). 

Want to know more about the 2019 Honda Odyssey in Katy? Visit us at Honda Cars of Katy for a test-drive, and we will have you driving off into the sunset happier than ever.

*19 city/28 highway/22 combined MPG rating for LX, EX, and EX-L trims with 9-speed automatic transmission. 19 city/28 highway/22 combined MPG rating for Touring and Elite trims with 10-speed automatic transmission. Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

Our Vision Is At A Perfect 20/20! – Comparing The 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy, Texas

There’s more to a vehicles safety features than airbags, plastic fuel tanks, and crash mitigating brakes. And although the Sequoia shares these features with the Pilot, it’s still missing a few aspects you’ll want in a new SUV. To better protect those in the passenger compartment, the Pilot utilizes a safety cell construction with a three-dimensional high-strength frame. This feature provides a more solid mounting location for door hardware while providing extra impact protection. The Sequoia doesn’t have any frame members above the floor because it uses a body-on-frame design, meaning that it isn’t as solidly built as the Pilot. 

We know that the year 2020 is still months away, but we couldn’t wait any longer to tell you about the 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy, Texas! And we can’t brag about a new vehicle without comparing it to another, so keep reading to see why this Honda is the better choice over the 2020 Toyota Sequoia.

For more peace of mind, the Pilot has an optional four-wheel drive for better traction and safety for any road condition, whereas the Sequoia only offers an off-road system. For even more comfort, if you’re in an accident, lock your keys in the vehicle, or even if your Pilot is stolen, HondaLink Assist will be your saving grace on the Touring, Elite, and Black Edition models. This feature uses a GPS receiver and cell system to remotely unlock your doors, track down your vehicle, and will even send emergency personnel to your location if the airbags deploy. The Sequoia doesn’t offer an advanced GPS like this so that you won’t have that extra security in the Toyota.

Like we mentioned earlier, the Pilot has optional four-wheel drive to provide better traction, but there is also an optional drift compensation steering on this Honda (except for the LX model). This system automatically compensates for any road conditions that would cause you to drift, making it easier to stay on the straight and narrow. Along with the drift compensation steering, there are more aspects of the Pilot that make it more efficient and easier to handle, like weighing about 1,700 pounds less than the Sequoia, being 8.6 inches shorter and hosting a unibody construction. This type of construction lowers the Pilot’s center of gravity without diminishing ground clearance so you can still take this SUV off-road for unparalleled performance and adventure. 

Looking into the smaller, yet still important ergonomic features of the Pilot, you will be amazed by the level of convenience Honda offers. If you ever need to let the fresh air blow through the cabin before stepping inside on a hot summer day, the driver can lower the windows from a distance thanks to the keyless remote. And if you ever leave the engine running, you won’t have to worry about damaging the starter and ring gear because the engine computer on this Honda disables the starter while the engine runs. And to assist with driving at night, the Pilot’s power lock, mirror, window, and cruise control switches are all lit from behind. This makes them more visible in low light, whereas the Sequoia’s main switches are unlit, making them more difficult to be spotted in the dark. All of these features might seem minuscule at first, but once you have a taste of them, there’s no going back. 

Are you seeing in perfect 20/20 yet? If not, you can give us a call or stop by Honda Cars of Katy for a test-drive! There’s more to discover about the 2020 Honda Pilot in Katy, Texas, so what are you waiting for? 

Nothing Can Stop This Sedan – Comparing The 2019 Honda Civic Sedan in Katy

The 2019 Honda Civic Sedan in Katy is not a vehicle to be trifled with. It has incredible horsepower and style, but there are more features to brag about. Without wasting any more time, keep reading to see how the Civic and Kia Forte compare.

We are going to start today’s comparison strong, by jumping into the more “fun” reasons why the Civic Sedan is better than the Forte. To help with the morning rush to work, the Civic comes standard with a remote vehicle starting system, which can be activated from inside the house. This also kicks on the climate control system to set the cabin at your preferred temperature before sliding in. When rolling through the drive-thru for your morning coffee, you’ll find that the front power windows open and close completely with a single touch of the switch, making it more convenient when pulling up and driving away. Once you step out of the Civic and head into work, if you happen to notice that you accidentally left the windows rolled down, you won’t have to start up the car to close them. Using the outside door handle, the driver can close all windows without having to start the engine. 

You might not think about it this factor, but a massive player in a vehicle’s traction and handling are the tires and wheels. To provide better traction, the Civic’s standard tires are much larger than the Forte’s (215/55R16 vs. 195/65R15). They also have a lower 55 series profile (height to width ratio), providing a stiffer sidewall than the Kia Forte to help with handling. Other factors that contribute with the Civic’s ride and handling are the fully independent front and rear suspension systems. This permits a better angle for gripping the pavement, but the Kia Forte only has a semi-independent rear suspension system so that the ride won’t be as smooth or efficient.

With safety features, the more advanced they are, the safer you will feel. The Civic Sedan has seat and vehicle speed sensors to determine how much power is used in the airbags. These smart airbags will deploy at different levels of force to better protect passengers of all sizes. In case you’re in an accident and are unable to call for help, you can rely on the HondaLink Assist to send emergency personnel to your aid. By using GPS, this feature can sense when the airbags are deployed and will “call for help” without you having to do anything. The Kia Forte doesn’t have smart features in their side airbags, or a GPS response system.

Want to know more about the 2019 Honda Civic Sedan in Katy? Then visit us this weekend for a test-drive at Honda Cars of Katy, we look forward to seeing you!

Comparing The 2019 Honda Accord in Katy

You always hear about how certain cars can make your drive a fantastic, safe, and memorable experience. But with the 2019 Honda Accord in Katy, you won’t be the only one experiencing the incredible features this award-winning sedan has to offer. In the following comparison between the Accord and Chevrolet Impala, you’ll see that not only will your life be affected by driving this Honda, but so will others.

Safety For You and Other Drivers

With the help of vehicle speed and seat sensors, smart airbags can be found throughout the cabin, which deploys at different levels of force to better protect passengers of all sizes. And if a child is sensed leaning against the door, the side airbag will shut off completely. The Impala doesn’t have smart airbags and will always deploy full force no matter the collision. Another critical safety feature found on the Accord is the driver alert monitor, which detects when a driver is inattentive and will sound a warning to suggest a break. This is important because according to the NHTSA, about 100,000 crashes and 1,500 deaths occur every year from drivers falling asleep at the wheel. 

Saving The World and Your Wallet

Gas prices fluctuate all year long, and it can often lead to stressful situations. But the Accord has such an incredible fuel economy, that you’ll be spending less time at the pump with more cash in hand. Check out the chart below to see how it compares against the Impala:

1.5 turbo 4 cyl./Auto30 city/38 hwy*22 city/29 hwy*4 cyl./Auto
2.0 turbo 4 cyl./Auto23 city/34 hwy*19 city/28 hwy*V6/Auto
Sport/Touring 2.0 turbo 4 cyl./Auto22 city/32 hwy*18 city/28 hwy*V6/Auto Flex Fuel

The Accord also has a standard cap-less fueling system which cuts down on fuel evaporation and the need to fondle a gas cap, so you’ll be able to fill up with ease while reducing pollution! The Impala doesn’t have a cap-less fueling system, so you’ll still have to mess with a cap.

Don’t Drive Without These

The level of comfort and convenience in any vehicle is essential, and the Accord surpasses any competitor with its ergonomic features. The Touring model comes standard with a heads-up display that provides the driver with crucial instrument readouts without them having to divert their attention from the road. All of this information is projected in front of the driver’s line of sight, but the Impala doesn’t offer this feature so the driver will have to keep an eye out for road signs are vehicle notifications constantly. If you forget that your high beams are on while driving around at night, the Accord will be able to detect an oncoming vehicle and automatically switch them to low beams, so they’re not blinded.

So not only is the 2019 Honda Accord in Katy convenient for you, but it’s also suited for other drivers too! If you want to know more about this award-winning sedan, stop on by Honda Cars of Katy for a test-drive! We look forward to seeing you!

*Based on 2012-2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.

Yes, It’s That Impressive – Comparing The 2019 Honda CR-V in Katy

Today, we’re taking the 2019 Honda CR-V in Katy and comparing it to another popular competitor, the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe. These two vehicles have their own impressive specs and features to boast about, but we’re here to tell you why Honda is the best choice. 

Efficiency in handling and acceleration are critical features of any chassis to ensure a pleasant driving experience. The CR-V’s body can range from 300 to 850 pounds less than the Santa Fe and is 7.2 inches shorter, making parking in tight spaces a breeze. When looking at the vehicle’s aerodynamics, you’ll find that the standard flush composite headlights on the Honda help reduce drag while the Hyundai’s recessed headlights spoil the aerodynamics. Another feature to reduce drag on the CR-V is the electronically controlled shutters that close off airflow when less engine cooling is necessary. This can help improve highway fuel economy as well, but unfortunately, the Santa Fe doesn’t offer active grille shutters, and the following graph will show you why you’re going to need as much help as possible when it comes to fuel efficiency. 

With fuel economy and range, every little extra feature can help you maintain great MPG for fewer fuel stops. Like we mentioned earlier, the CR-V has these additional features to improve fuel economy, but even if it didn’t, you would still get more band for your buck than if you chose the Santa Fe:

CR-VSanta Fe
FWD2.4 DOHC 4 cyl.26 city/32 hwy*22 city/29 hwy*
AWD2.4 DOHC 4 cyl.25 city/31 hwy*21 city/27 hwy*

This Honda also has a standard cap-less fueling system which can automatically open and close when the fuel nozzle is inserted or removed. This completely eliminates the need to mess with a fuel cap while also reducing fuel evaporation that causes pollution. 

We know that when you’re looking at SUV’s, that means you need more space than the average vehicle. Without looking like a behemoth, the CR-V has a much more significant cargo capacity than its competitor. With the rear seat up, you’ll have 39.2 cubic feet of space to work with versus the Santa Fe’s 35.9 cubic feet. When you fold down that back seat, the volume increases to 75.8 cubic feet; still 4.5 more cubic feet of space than the Hyundai. When loading all of your gear into the back, the low lift-over hatch makes it easier to do so because the height is 26 inches (vs. 31.2 inches)

Now that you know the Santa Fe isn’t that impressive check out our website for more specs on the 2019 Honda CR-V in Katy. Or if you’re ready to test-drive, visit us at Honda Cars of Katy this weekend! We’ll see you soon!

*Based on 2012-2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.

It’s A Win-Win Situation – Highlighting The 2019 Honda Accord and Civic in Katy

We’re changing up today’s topic a bit and highlighting the 2019 Honda Accord and Civic in Katy instead of making a comparison. Together, these two vehicles have their own unique design, but also share similar features, so keep reading to learn all about these two powerhouses.

Whether you choose the Accord or Civic, you won’t have FOMO because each Honda has an incredible powertrain to boast about. The Accord gives you the choice of three advanced powertrains; a 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and a next-generation two-motor hybrid engine. For the 2.0 turbo engine, a 10-speed automatic comes standard for ultimate acceleration and lower engine speed on the highway. The Civic has a fully independent suspension system and two transmissions to choose from; the turbocharged engine produces an impressive 174 horsepower, while the 2.0-liter engine gives 158 horsepower with an MPG rating of 38* on the highway. Both the Accord and Civic host a standard continuously variable transmission to keep the engine at its peak horsepower indefinitely for maximum acceleration.

With the Accord and Civic, you’ll have 5 trims to choose from, each one building up from the previous. Starting with the Accord, you have the option to select the Hybrid, Sport, EX, EX-L, or Touring depending on your preference. If you need a moonroof, then start with the EX and go up, or maybe you want everything from Apple CarPlay™ Integration to Mobile Hotspot Capability, then choose Touring. The Civic gives you the LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring for their lineup, and the features range from a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera to a 450-Watt Premium Audio System.

When you take a seat inside the Honda Civic or Accord, you’ll find both interiors to be equally luxurious. The spacious interior for both Honda’s can fit five while offering ample amounts of cargo space and elegant detailing like leather-trimmed seats. If you find yourself with more gear than people, you can also utilize the available 60/40 split fold-down rear seat and pack up just about anything you desire. The technology found throughout the Accord and Civic is equally impressive, with a 7-inch display touch-screen that can house your favorite apps for music, podcasts, and more.

Do you want to know more about the 2019 Honda Accord and Civic in Katy? Then visit us this weekend at Honda Cars of Katy for a test-drive to discover more incredible features these two have to offer!

*Based on 2012-2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.