When it comes to quality engineering Honda knows a thing or two about building first-class SUVs. Join Vern Eide Honda in Sioux Falls as we break down each vehicle and highlight a few reasons why they stack up nicely against competing brands like Subaru, Toyota, and Nissan. Whether you’re in need of a smaller crossover with excellent fuel economy like CR-V or HR-V, or you’re looking for power and cargo-hauling capabilities like Pilot and Passport, our Sioux Falls dealership carries the full Honda SUV lineup.
Through years of serving our customers and operating our Sioux Falls Honda dealership, we’ve heard that the ability to maintain solid MPG, navigate all weather conditions, the amount of cargo space, and something that is fun to drive typically top the list. Of course, price is a factor, but not the main decision for drivers doing their research. Safety, reliability, cost to own, and resale value are must-haves no matter what brand is being discussed—from Toyota to Nissan to Subaru. As you consider what sport utility vehicle is your best option, we’ve outlined the different types of SUVs you can choose from.
Popular subcompact SUV models include:
Popular compact SUV models include:
Popular midsize SUV models include:
The all-new Honda Pilot offers a little something for everyone with its sophisticated amenities and wealth of connectivity features. The available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System features 3-D renderings of terrain, road signs, and lane guidance. Passengers can change music, adjust the climate, and more through the CabinControl App on their compatible smartphone, making for a fun and smooth ride as you travel down to Omaha or Lincoln. If you need a few more reasons to choose Pilot over the Jeep Cherokee or Toyota Highlander, check out these awards1 for Honda’s midsize SUV:
Wherever your adventure takes you, the technology offered by the all-new Honda Passport will help you stay connected while you disconnect and enjoy the outdoors. No matter how the South Dakota forecast decides to challenge us, Passport will bring you to your destination with a 280-horsepower V6 engine, standard Honda Sensing, and available Intelligent Variable Torque Management All-Wheel Drive (AWD). And yes, the Honda Passport has a few awards2 of its own:
From the outside, the all-new Honda CR-V has set the bar high amongst all other crossover SUVs in its class with sporty body lines, distinctive headlights and taillights, well-positioned chrome accents, and sculpted wheel arches. Available Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System and a 190-hp turbocharged engine help make the CR-V incredibly capable of handling all of South Dakota’s weather conditions. Taking a gander inside, the amazing technology offered by Honda’s legendary crossover includes (but is not limited to) Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Honda Sensing, Smart Entry with Walk Away Auto Lock, HomeLink Remote System, Hands-Free Access Power Tailgate, and Wireless Phone Charger. And of course, CR-V has taken home its fair share of awards3 as well:
The Honda HR-V is the city driver’s SUV. Its smaller size is ideal for maneuvering in and out of tight spots, while stellar fuel economy benefits your pocketbook in town and on the highway. Peace of mind comes courtesy of available Honda Sensing and Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System. One of HR-V’s most attractive features, however, is the 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Magic Seat which allows for various interior configurations, including tall mode, long mode, and utility mode.
The staff at Vern Eide Honda in Sioux Falls is here to help answer any questions about the crossovers and SUVs discussed in this article. We can be reached online via our contact form or by phone at (605) 362-9500. Our goal is to be your number one resource for all things Honda and provide a fun, fast, and friendly dealership experience.