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2023 - 2025 Honda Pilot

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- 2025 Coming Soon -

Honda unveiled the all-new, fully redesigned Pilot in the 2023 model year. With this redesign came tons of change, starting with an all-new, more mature, and rugged exterior design. This new exterior design featured a large and upright grille, a striking horizontal beltline, and more aggressive fender flares. Honda also pulled the A-pillars rearward and lengthened the hood to give this SUV a sportier touch. The all-new Pilot also grew, gaining a 3.4-inch-longer body and a lengthened wheelbase.... Read more

2016 - 2022 Honda Pilot

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The 2022 Honda Pilot now comes standard with LED headlights, an 8-inch touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The entry-level LX and EX trims are gone, but Honda plans to introduce a new base model this fall, reportedly aimed at younger buyers. The current Pilot crossover SUV debuted in 2016 and received a significant update in 2019. The Honda Pilot currently comes in five trim levels: EX-L, Special Edition (SE), Touring, Elite, and Black Edition. Pricing starts at $40,... Read more

2009 - 2015 Honda Pilot

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Honda helped popularize the three-row crossover with the Pilot more than a decade ago. So successful is the concept that it's no wonder the Pilot is a common sight in school carpools -- all these years later, Honda has stayed true to the successful formula. The Pilot, on sale in this form since 2008, enters the 2015 model year with a new Special Edition "SE" trim level. Sitting between existing EX and EX-L trims, the SE gets a moonroof, satellite radio, a DVD rear entertainment system, as well... Read more

2003 - 2008 Honda Pilot

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A 3.5-liter V6 motivates the Pilot with 244-horsepower and is paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. The power gets to the ground through either the front wheels or full-time four-wheel-drive system. Yet the Pilot delivers impressive fuel economy, particularly in two-wheel-drive form, thanks to a fuel-saving cylinder-deactivation system that disengages half the engine's cylinders when not needed. As a Honda, it promises quality, durability and reliability. Safety features that come on all Pilots include anti-lock brakes, three-row side-curtain airbags, traction control, and front-pas... Read more

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