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2023 Honda Pilot vs. 2023 Subaru Ascent

Comparison between the 2023 Honda Pilot and 2023 Subaru Ascent

1. Introduction

Honda has revamped its best-selling three-row SUV. The 2023 Pilot looks bolder and more distinctive. That's particularly true of the new TrailSport trim, although the rest of the lineup also has revised styling, new features, and updated tech. It's good news for the Pilot, which had become less competitive as new designs and features came to market since its launch as a 2016 model. The Pilot is still based on the same platform shared with the Odyssey and previous-generation Ridgeline. The big news under the hood is that the old V6 has been dropped for a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder from Honda's Earth Dreams series. This powertrain—currently powering the Accord, the Civic Type R, and the Acura RDX—will make 300 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque in the Pilot. It comes with Honda's iVT variable-torque management all-wheel drive but has not been rated for towing. Pricing has not been announced. The 2023 Honda Pilot comes in black or brown faux-wood trim with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 9-inch touchscreen running the same Honda Display Audio system featured in recent Honda models. Honda's rear seat reminder and CabinTalk in-car communication are standard. For your money, the three-row Ascent may make a stronger case. Its V6 powertrain is more powerful and fuel-efficient than the Honda's turbo four. The Honda has more usable cargo space behind its third-row seat, but its middle-row and third-row comfort has room for improvement. Both share standard advanced safety, strong towing capabilities, and a history of above-average reliability. Pricing is not yet announced for the 2023 Pilot, but expect a starting figure around $37,000 and a fully optioned cost of almost $55,000. That's a healthy step up from the outgoing Pilot, which maxed out around $50,000. Pricing for the 2023 Subaru Ascent will surely be higher, but Subaru might encourage buyers to choose it with aggressive incentives. Cost notwithstanding, there's a strong case to be made for both SUVs.

1.1. Overview of the 2023 Honda Pilot

The Pilot last received a full makeover for a year that introduced an exciting new style language and a handful of nice quality-of-life improvements. It gives impressive energy and efficiency overall, seating for up to eight passengers, and a versatile interior with plenty of room. For the model year, the Pilot starts another generation with a ground-up redesign. As a result, there are plenty of modifications to cover - some positive and some negative. The styling is arguably the most important trade, as Honda has embraced a more futuristic and aggressive design. During these trying times, SUVs and SUVs with rugged capabilities are going to be the go-to family and cargo transport. As the 2023 Honda Pilot embarks on a new generation, the first thing to notice is the fresh redesign. Starting from the changes in the vehicle came the noticeable removal of the rear-opening half door design. Now with 4 full-sized doors, the body structure damage goes up from acceptable to minimal, which is a good step for a vehicle that's likely to be taking more hits on the dirt and rocks. With SUVs taking kids to sports games, camping, biking, and any outdoor activity where dust and insects fly, Honda has introduced a new traction mode intended for improved dirt performance. Standard on all-wheel-drive models, the "Intelligent Traction Management" has different modes designed for specific terrain. It will be interesting to see how this plays out in real-world testing, but it's rose-tinted glasses for the old school days of SUVs being serious off-road machinery only. Other design changes of note are just natural modernization, such as the increased use of LED lighting and keyless entry. In fact, an electronic tailgate is standard on the top two trims. 18" wheels are standard on all models, with top trims getting 20". Two new colors have been added to the palette, green metallic and "unspecified" or possibly pink. (Rainwaters Jr, 2023)

1.2. Overview of the 2023 Subaru Ascent

Subaru is attentive to safety, and the Ascent has the most safety technologies applied to the vehicle. EyeSight Driver Assist technology comes standard in all models with high beam assist, blind spot detection, and rear cross-traffic alert. Optional features include the (first in Subaru) front view monitor, smart rearview mirror, reverse automatic braking, and distraction mitigation system. With all the advancements in safety in vehicles and to avoid as many distractions from the road as possible, the Subaru Ascent is the ideal choice. Built for safety, comfort, and space. (Goddard et al., 2022)

The Subaru Ascent comes in 4 trim levels: Standard/Base, Premium, Limited, and Touring. All trim levels feature a 2.4-liter engine with striking characteristics such as balance and smoothness. Step and take the test drive in a Subaru Ascent and take the time to go from the base to touring level and compare the acceleration. You'll see what we mean. The Subaru Ascent has the renowned Subaru all-wheel-drive system and with X-mode on the transmission to help assist in low traction surfaces. With base and premium models having standard 18-inch wheels and the Limited and Touring models stepping up an inch with 20-inch wheels. All trim levels also consist of raised roof rails for all your storage needs, whether it's a rooftop box, kayak, or whatever it may be. Step going from a base to premium model and you will see an option for a panoramic moonroof in which the moonroof extends towards the 2nd and 3rd-row seating. Ideal for those nature lovers and those that like stargazing. The base model comes with an 8-seater configuration with a 2nd-row bench, and the Premium, Limited, and Touring models have a 7 or 8-seater configuration choice with 2nd-row captain chairs or a bench. All seats are comfortable with the Ascent having one of the widest 2nd and 3rd-row seat width dimensions, and it also has the largest windows in its class, expanding that space feeling even more. All models also feature symmetrical automatic climate control for 3 zones.

From the Subaru Corporation, the Subaru Ascent comes as a complete powerhouse and a treasure to have. What else would one want to have? The vehicle takes you back with a large boxy body and a whole space wagon look. It's a contrast from today's typical sport utility vehicles that are on today's market and resemble something of a minivan, come to think of it. The Subaru Ascent has values such as interior space, quality, smooth acceleration, and fuel economy.

2. Performance

It is common to see drivers pick a new SUV based on a single factor: how much fun it is to drive. Honda has taken this into consideration, making vast improvements to the Pilot's acceleration and overall power. Both 2WD and AWD models will see a boost in horsepower with a new 8 or 9-speed automatic transmission, replacing the old 6-speed. While fuel efficiency numbers have not yet been released, the overhauled powertrain will be able to shut off half of the engine's cylinders during travel to further improve fuel economy. While Subaru's continuously variable transmission and standard all-wheel drive will remain available, the CVT leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to the overall driving experience. Despite this, both models' CVT and AWD system have seen improvements in efficiency with a slight reduction and respective increase in horsepower and MPG. Although it is a much closer match than previous generations, the Pilot's improvements to power and efficiency give it the edge in this round. One area where both of these vehicles truly shine is in terms of towing and off-road capabilities. The 2019 Pilot saw its AWD towing capacity peak at 5000 lbs with 2WD coming in at 3500. Subaru has greatly improved its vehicle's capabilities in these fields as it has gained a 5000 lb towing capacity with a refined and strengthened chassis to support the load. While the Pilot's AWD system has done well for itself over the years, the Ascent's X-mode AWD with hill-descent and off-road specific features makes it clear that the Ascent would be the choice for those with heavy towing needs and/or off-road expectations.

2.1. Engine power and efficiency

Both vehicles are very competitive when comparing wear parts, import parts, and domestic aftermarket support, and DIY maintenance and repair procedures. Both will have a long service future for value-minded, cost-conscious consumers before they may become used car buying options for teenagers' first vehicles and college student transportation.

Although Subaru did one-up the Pilot by creating a parking-pawl free transmission design for more internal efficiency and reduced weight, this is likely moot for most comparisons between the two SUVs. The Ascent should be highly competitive in sales with the 2023 Pilot, and it remains a car with minimal comparable advantages and no serious weaknesses to the Honda.

The 2023 Subaru Ascent has the same 2.4-liter turbo-four Boxer engine producing 260 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque, paired with a Lineartronic CVT and the Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel drive with X-Mode, using Hill Descent Control. This powertrain has been highly acclaimed for its refinement and smoothness as well as its enhanced torque and fuel economy, and the Ascent has won awards including IIHS top safety awards from its design and performance that are highly competitive with the Honda Pilot. The Ascent earns an EPA rating of 21/27/23 MPG, comparable to the Pilot.

These efficiency gains are despite the 2023 Pilot being larger and heavier than the outgoing model, with an expected increase in fuel economy and powertrain responsiveness. Later Honda might consider adding AT4 and RST trims above the EX-L to attract customers considering the redesigned 2022 Pathfinder, so it's a good idea to compare the Pilot's rated efficiency and comparative powertrains with the Nissan as the 2022 Pathfinder's EPA fuel economy ratings and real-world tests become available.

Various modes, including Normal, Snow, Mud, and Sand, Terrain Management modes manage engine torque, transfer case parameters, and i-VTM4 torque distribution for optimal performance and traction in different weather and road conditions. It is EPA rated at 20/27/23 MPG for FWD and 19/26/22 for AWD, utilizing regular unleaded fuel. The combined rating is one MPG higher than the 2022 Pilot due to improved aerodynamics and reduced internal friction from new engine and transmission designs, and it compares very favorably to competitors like the Toyota Highlander and Subaru Ascent.

The all-wheel drive Pilot's torque vectoring system uses the SUV's dynamic power to send up to 70 percent to the rear wheels and distribute 100% of that power to either the left or right rear wheel, enhancing the Pilot's dynamics in a variety of weather conditions. This is a marked contrast to the dual-clutch transmission and torque vectoring rear differential on the Honda Acura RDX, but it fits the Pilot's more family-focused performance and terrain.

The Honda Pilot 2023 has a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque, paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. The base and Touring trims can be had with either front-wheel drive or Honda's i-VTM4 all-wheel-drive system, while the Elite and Black Edition models come exclusively with all-wheel drive. The top Elite and Black Edition grades utilize a revised version of the nine-speed automatic transmission that uses a traditional torque-converter design instead of a dual-clutch design on the lower trims. The revised nine-speed provides improved smoothness and responsiveness at launch and during acceleration.

2.2. Handling and driving experience

Both models are more comfortable and safe to drive in a range of weather conditions. However, the Ascent provides better handling safety and is better designed for off-road activities. The Pilot's handling safety and power are admirable for an SUV of its size but do not match the Ascent's versatility in a range of driving conditions.

While the Ascent does not necessarily outperform the Pilot in driving experience, it offers Subaru's renowned All-Wheel Drive technology which optimizes traction. The most notable feature on the Ascent is the X-MODE with hill-descent control, a system that controls the power distribution to all four wheels and can be engaged in circumstances of enhanced slip or when descending large hills. This feature amplifies the Ascent's suitability for moderate off-road conditions. The weighted steering gives it a safe and secure feel handling, with a turning radius of 38.0 feet. The Ascent holds a ground clearance of 8.7 inches for a reasonable buffer in off-road settings. Overall, the Ascent provides a safe and balanced driving experience, ideal for family use. With the combination of the handling safety and X-MODE off-road system, the Ascent outrivals the Pilot in terms of handling and versatility.

As for the handling, both models have solid steering wheels and do not necessarily exceed one another. The 2023 Honda Pilot sports a more urbanized SUV handling. The vehicle's larger structure gives it a solid feel on the road and limits body motion to a greater extent. Fortified with a 3.5L V6 that produces 282 horsepower, the Pilot's power translates into a better handling experience. For a heavy vehicle, the Pilot maneuvers through sharp corners with remarkable control. Particularly in the all-wheel drive model, the Pilot excels in normal to moderate off-road conditions, yet it is not particularly designed for off-road activities. To combat the Ascent's X-MODE, the Pilot has a more advanced AWD system that can adjust power to individual wheels when slip is detected (torque vectoring).

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2.3. Towing capacity and off-road capabilities

The Subaru Ascent is barely more than average when it comes down to its towing capacity, whereas the new 2019 Pilot is at the top of the segment in AWD towing capacity. The Pilot can tow up to 5,000 pounds across all trim levels, while the Ascent can only tow up to 5,000 pounds on the touring and limited trims, 2,700 pounds on the base trim. Being that the Pilot can tow 1,300 pounds more than the most that the Ascent can tow with a trailer being lightweight travel trailer, the best choice would be the Pilot. Turning our focus to the off-road aspect, both vehicles do well in light off-road conditions due to their higher ground clearance, torque-vectoring AWD only on the elite trim pilot and X-mode with hill-descent control on all Ascents. X-mode will automatically enable when the vehicle is put into off-road mode and optimize engine output and transmission ratio to enable increase the vehicles capability in slippery conditions and steep inclines. With that being understood, the Pilot's torque-vectoring AWD system is more sophisticated than the Ascent's system and will give the Pilot slightly better overall performance in off-road conditions.

3. Interior and Comfort

The 2023 Honda Pilot has a total of six USB ports which can be spread to all over the cabin, and all series trim has a 9-inch rear entertainment system which is quite good to relieve boredom. It is a fast and user-friendly tablet that has software to easily switch from the audio to the video to play Blu Ray or DVD. The Touring and Elite models have Cabin Talk in-car PA system that lets the driver communicate with the 2nd and 3rd row passengers using the headphones of the rear entertainment system. This feature could break the intercom unit market. At the rear of the vehicle, there is a hands-free Power Tailgate, just with a kick to a specific area under the rear it will open up making it easier when you have a lot of groceries in your hand.

The throwback 2023 Honda Pilot is for its size; this crossover is low enough to the ground and getting in and out is quite easy. There is a deep console center and can fit a large purse. This is the first try to put this feature since the big bulky console that was made on the 2016 Honda Pilot. Farmers and ranchers will like the Honda Passport because it's easily clean and the wet stuff that they loaded onto the vehicle, and it's not like any other modern crossover with plastic and electronic stuff that are complicated to clean like the new 2021 Acura MDX.

The 2023 Honda Pilot has many features that would be appearing the same as the 2020 Honda Pilot and some features that will explore the difference with the old series. The basic 2023 Honda Pilot comes with comfortable fabric-covered seats. It's strong on utility and can accommodate up to 8 passengers. Honda Sensing, which does safety and driver assist features, are now also standards on all 2023 Honda Pilot. The Elite trim and Black Edition have the same features as the standard series, but the difference is on the captain chair which can reduce the seating capacity to 7 passengers and increase the comfortability.

3.1. Seating capacity and space

3.1 Seating capacity and space Both vehicles can be had with 2nd row captain's chairs which reduces the seating capacity to 7, but the Subaru Ascent Limited and Touring trims come with this configuration as standard. Honda has made all 2023 Pilots 8 seaters regardless of trim, as this configuration was previously limited to the lower trims. The Ascent's 2nd row bench can fit 3 passengers across, while the Pilot's bench is slightly wider and can accommodate 3 adult passengers more comfortably. The Subaru's 2nd and 3rd row seats are known for their impressive legroom and can even accommodate adults comfortably in the 3rd row. The Pilot also has spacious seating in all rows and offers easier access to the 3rd row with a single button that slides and folds the 2nd row seats forward. Both vehicles have standard tri-zone climate controls for front and rear passengers. When it comes to cargo space, the Pilot has more space behind the 3rd row, but the Ascent has more maximum cargo capacity and passenger volume. The Ascent has a larger and deeper underfloor storage compartment in the rear, and it also boasts more small item in-cabin storage in general.

The Honda Pilot is a household name when it comes to modern family SUVs, and the 2023 model is no different. But the Subaru Ascent has emerged as a strong competitor in this market. Both the Pilot and Ascent are mid-size SUVs that can seat up to 8 passengers, and are widely known for their safety features and strong resale value. However, there are many differences between the 2023 Honda Pilot and 2023 Subaru Ascent.

3.2. Cabin design and materials

Some automakers vary the quality of materials used in lower trims compared to their top trims. This isn't the case with the Honda Pilot. Every Pilot, no matter the cost, comes with well-finished materials and in the top Elite and Black Edition trims, the interior takes on a more premium feel with the available black and red or black and tan leather accented interior. The Subaru Ascent, on the other hand, starts with a ragtag cloth interior in the base and premium trims, moving up to a more refined and comfortable seat in the top two trims. If you have the budget and want a high-end interior, get an Elite or Black Edition Pilot. Both SUVs feature similarly designed cabins; while the Ascent focuses mainly on luxury and a clean look, the Pilot has a sportier vibe with the center console and less luxurious materials in lower trims. Although the Ascent has a cleaner design, the area in which these designs are flawed is the piano black trim used on the center console. Unfortunately, this trim easily scratches and for people with children or dogs, will not hold up over time. This design flaw being a major negative, the interior of the Ascent Limited and Touring trims still comes off as much nicer compared to the Pilot's EX-L and Touring trims due to more plush seating and a larger amount of padding throughout the seats compared to the little padding increase in the comparable Pilot trims. The aforementioned trims is where the Ascent's interior slightly beats out the Pilot's before the Elite and Black Edition trims come into play with the Pilot having more leather and a more comfortable seat than the comparable Ascent trims. Finally, the Ascent's panoramic moonroof is a very nice feature that the Pilot lacks aside from the Elite trim.

3.3. Technology and entertainment features

The Ascent sees a higher standard trim when it comes to technology. A 6.5-inch multimedia system with smartphone integration. That's right, every model in the lineup comes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The base model also includes tri-zone climate control and a full suite of advanced safety features. This includes adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, lane departure and sway warning, and pre-collision throttle management. This means the Ascent does not shy away from its tech in the convergence of safety and connectivity, even on the ground floor. The convenience-driven upgrades include Wi-Fi capability and a smartly designed convex lens liftgate-mounted camera, to provide visibility for third-row passengers. This eliminates the age-old game of telephone, "I'm here. No, your other here."

The Pilot comes standard with a 5-inch display, hands-free text messaging, and a 7-speaker sound system. Upgrade to the EX model for one of our most favored technology packages, which includes an 8-inch touch screen, an 8-way power driver's seat, one-touch 2nd row seats, and heated front seats. Additionally, for a true luxury feel, the EX-L and Touring models include a 10-way power driver's seat with lumbar support and two-positions memory. The Touring model also offers a rear entertainment system with a 9-inch display, blu-ray capability, and built-in streaming apps. Finally, an industry first, the Elite model comes loaded with the first-ever truck bed audio system. This is a simple and intuitive way to make tailgating with friends or packing for a family trip that much better!

4. Safety and Reliability

As a result of the information stated above, it is likely that the Subaru Ascent will be a safer choice in relation to the 2023 Honda Pilot assuming that the NHTSA and IIHS rate the Pilot at a similar level to Acura MDX. This prediction is further solidified by the simplicity and necessity of the Ascent's safety features in comparison to the Pilot. However, the ultimate decision of the safest vehicle should be based upon the crash test ratings of the 2023 Honda Pilot assuming that these ratings will be obtained in the near future.

Standard safety features of the Subaru Ascent consist of seven airbags, Subaru's rear vision camera system, advanced front airbags, and a rollover sensor for the side curtain airbags. EyeSight Driver Assist technology is available for the Premium and Limited Ascent models and comes standard with the Touring model. This system further enhances collision avoidance through the integration of adaptive cruise control, lane departure and sway warning, pre-collision braking, and pre-collision throttle management. The 2023 Honda Pilot has comparable safety features with the exception of adaptive cruise control.

The NHTSA has rated the Subaru Ascent a five-star overall crash safety rating with identical scores in the front and side crash tests. This result is typical of new Subarus and is largely attributed to the horizontally opposed boxer engine and symmetrical all-wheel drive. Boxer engines are engineered to collapse beneath the chassis in the instance of a collision, thereby reducing the risk of passenger injury. The Ascent has also received top scores in all crash categories from the IIHS, an indicator that this model will uphold Subaru's well-established reputation for safety.

The safety features of the Honda Pilot are standard with modern SUVs. All models are equipped with advanced front airbags, front side airbags, side curtain airbags with rollover sensor, vehicle stability assist, anti-lock braking systems, traction control, and a rearview camera. With the exception of the front passenger airbag, the IIHS has yet to determine the efficacy of the Pilot's safety systems.

The all-new 2023 Honda Pilot has yet to receive crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Although Hondas are historically rated highly for crash safety, particularly in the case of the Acura MDX, the Pilot's absence of crash test scores is disadvantageous in comparison to the 2018-2023 Subaru Ascent.

2023 Honda Pilot vs 2023 Subaru Ascent: Safety and Reliability Both Honda and Subaru have a longstanding reputation for producing safe and reliable vehicles. This tradition is apparent in the crash test ratings and safety features presented in their latest SUV models, the 2023 Honda Pilot and the 2023 Subaru Ascent. In this section, we will also examine reliability and ownership costs as a result of extensive research into industry-leading consumer reports and car reviews.

4.1. Crash test ratings and safety features

Safety is an important factor when purchasing a family vehicle. Both the Honda Pilot and Subaru Ascent have admirable safety test results and include modern safety features. The 2023 Honda Pilot has not yet been crash tested, but variants from the previous generation received high ratings. All trim levels received the highest "good" rating in all crashworthiness tests conducted by the IIHS. They also received a "superior" rating in crash avoidance and mitigation across all trims when equipped with specific headlights. As a 2023 model, it is predicted that the new Pilot will have safer driving capabilities due to the updated Honda Sensing system. Previous models received mixed reviews, with some deemed to be using the system more efficiently. When testing the mitigation of Honda Sensing from two speeds, the system prevented a collision in the higher speed test, while in the low-speed system, the impact was drastically reduced. These results are more favorable compared to other vehicles within the same class. The NHTSA also gave the previous generation Honda Pilot an overall 5-star safety rating. This included 5 stars in front and side crash tests and 4 stars in the rollover test. Standard safety features for the 2023 Pilot include frontal, side, and curtain airbags; vehicle stability assist; antilock braking systems; and specific features added to the Honda Sensing system, for example, road departure mitigation. Specific touring trims and above will include blind spot information and cross-traffic monitors and front and rear parking sensors. The 2023 Subaru Ascent is deemed an IIHS Top Safety Pick, tested only falling short of the "plus" rating, which is given to vehicles with specific headlights and specific crash avoidance systems. It received the highest rating in all crashworthiness tests and received an "advanced" rating for pedestrian crash avoidance. A "superior" rating was achieved in the crash avoidance and mitigation test. Like the Pilot, the specific headlights equipped in certain trims enabled better ratings, and this comes at a handy time when driving at night in areas that may be difficult to see, and the assistance may prevent collisions with wildlife. The NHTSA also gave the Ascent an overall 5-star safety rating. Standard safety features include the "iSight" driver assist, which includes automatic pre-collision braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure and sway warning, and lane keep assist, and several airbags throughout the vehicle. There are no doubts that both vehicles rank highly with safety, but it is the Ascent that holds the accolade on paper at the time of this publication.

4.2. Reliability and ownership costs

Starting at Honda Pilot, the initial warranty is not mentioned, but the powertrain warranty extends to 60,000 miles more than the Ascent. Additional reliability details can be found in the JD Power or Consumer Reports; both are excellent sources. Through surveys and testing, they return low predicted reliability ratings for the Ascent, along with a greatly trouble-prone new infotainment system. The Pilot is rated average reliability, and the Honda brand has an approximate 15,000-mile driving advantage before the first major repair. A prime Pioneer Valley example of this unfolds in a Pilot we serviced with 195,000 miles that was only in for regular maintenance and a timing belt replacement; the engine and transmission had never been serviced or repaired and were still going strong. Step one of ownership cost includes fuel, and the Ascent requires premium grade; an additional $0.20 a gallon over regular unleaded. Assuming 15,000 miles per year and a 17 mpg average, that's a difference of $238 annually in favor of the Pilot. Step two is insurance, and our staff collected sample quotes. The yearly difference was marginal, but GEICO and Liberty Mutual had Pilot rates a couple of dollars lower per month, and the Pilot was $20 less than the Ascent on a six-month premium with Progressive. Ages, vehicles, and driving records all differ among the staff members, so we reached a general consensus that the Pilot is less expensive to insure. Step three is depreciation, and as predicted, the Honda fares better. ALG and Kelly Blue Book both project higher 3- and 5-year values for the Pilot, along with an overall better history of retaining value. This portion ends with a reiteration that every calculation made is purely an estimate and can vary significantly depending on individual circumstances. Step four is repair/maintenance, and to keep it simple, the Pilot will have fewer dollar signs as Hondas require repairs less frequently. In summary, total ownership costs are indeed less with a Honda Pilot compared to a Subaru Ascent. The discrepancy isn't massive, but over time it will add up.


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