2009 Honda Element vs Toyota RAV4 Burlington NJ
http://www.willishonda.com Theres no point in having all the high tech convenient amenities in your SUV if the interior is too cramped to enjoy them. The inside of the Honda Element has the same features of the Toyota RAV4 with a roomier cabin for you and your family. check out the huge selection of the Honda Element at your Burlington Willis Honda dealer, just north of Marlton. Call 888-223-8452 or visit http://www.willishonda.com to find out how you can get in a Honda Element and enjoy the new spacious cabin.
New Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry Burlington NJ Dealer
http://www.willishonda.com The Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry may seem simmilar at first but once you look inside theres a world of difference. The Accords interior is much more luxurious, parallel to its high end competitors, not Toyota. This coupled with a lower selling price is why more people buy the Honda Accord than the Toyota Camry every year. And nobody has a better selection of the superior Honda Accord in the Burlington/ Trenton area than Willis Honda. Call 888-223-8452 or visit http://www.willishonda.com to find out mmore information about Willis Honda and Americas favorite sedan.
Burlington NJ Dealership Honda CRV vs Toyota RAV4
http://www.willishonda.com The Honda CR-V rates better than the Toyota RAV4 across the board. Its interior is more comforatable, it performs better, and in case of an accident it better protects you and your family. With the CR-Vs obvious advantage why would anyone even consider the Toyota RAV4? To check out the new Honda CR-V head over to Burlingtons Willis Honda dealership, just north of Moorestown, NJ. For more information call 888-223-8452 or visit http://www.willishonda.com.
Honda vs Mazda vs Toyota | Battle of the Crossover SUV's | Edmunds.com
LEARN MORE ABOUT CROSSOVERS: http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Drives/Comparos/articleId=128367?tid=e dmunds.il.home.photopanel..3.* We keep a couple seven-passenger crossover SUVs in our long-term test fleet and they're indispensable for carting around kids, terriers and lawn furniture. Of course, we still crack the obvious jokes. We'll tell you that these are minivans with hinged doors, SUVs trail-rated for the Starbucks drive-thru, tall wagons that think they're too good to be called tall wagons. But there's nothing superficial or irrational about crossover SUVs like the 2009 Honda Pilot, 2008 Mazda CX-9 or 2008 Toyota Highlander. All three make good on the crossover promise of a vast interior, easy maneuverability and decent fuel economy. Maybe you're aghast that anyone would need three rows of seating, but maybe you've never tried to cram three toddlers in Britax car seats into a Honda Accord. We have. You need that third row. But if that third row were in a minivan, you might find yourself filling a prescription for antidepressants. This leaves you to consider a crossover SUV of medium-to-large proportions. Just about any current-day crossover will accomplish the basics, but the diversity of this vehicle genre might catch you off guard. Even though the 2009 Honda Pilot, 2008 Mazda CX-9 and 2008 Toyota Highlander seem to match one another airbag for airbag, their personalities are so different that you can't drive them without taking sides.