Tuesday, March 24, 2015


In case you're considering your sharpest move in an exceptionally roomy family vehicle, you ought to likely put the 2015 Honda Pilot on the shortlist. It's a family vehicle that just gets a lots of its priorities right. It secures protects passengers outstandingly well, and has an incredible reputation for durability and its not too surprising it sells as well as it does. The current proto-SUV look and the economically completed dash aren't as enchanting as Honda most likely proposed, as we would see it, yet despite everything it does what a number of the current Honda lineup do well: It works proficiently, and with a minimum of fuss.

The Pilot stays one of the best choices available in the event that you require a minivan, yet can't simply focus on the thought of owning one. Its tall, square shaped outline is favorable element for freight space and head by comparison to more rakish crossovers–yet the Pilot drives like a car, creating a comfortable, engaging vehicle with few compromises in convenience. A five-speed automatic transmission is paired with the familiar 250-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 in the Pilot, and it altogether keeps with Honda's smooth, responsive, and sweet-sounding reputation for these powertrains. EPA highway ratings are now up to 25 mpg, making it one of the most fuel-efficient three-row vehicles.

Once you get past the initial surprise of the tall driving position, you'll find handling to be reasonably crisp, with good maneuverability. Ride quality is on the firm side, but the optional four-wheel-drive  system has a Lock mode and is a champ in deep snow or mud. Four-wheel-drive models can tow up to 4,000 pounds.

The Pilot has been rated as one of safest cars on the road for years now, and includes side-curtain airbags for all three rows, as well as the expected list of security features. A rearview camera is also standard, which is especially helpful in overcoming visibility issues in the tall, blocky crossover. The Honda Pilot goes basically unchanged for 2015, ahead of time of a full redesign expected for 2016.a new Special Edition SE trim is now available as a mid-priced trim.It's offered in five distinctive trim levels: LX, EX, SE, EX-L, and Touring. Every one of the five are offered in 2WD or 4WD, yet past that you have to stake up to one of the main two trims so as to get a ton of the more attractive alternatives and accommodation.We think the LX and EX models offer more bang for the buck, as the more expensive EX-L, Touring and Limited trims begin to overlap with some of the true luxury crossovers on the market. They include rear air conditioning, keyless entry, and a seven-speaker sound system. Leather upholstery, a Bluetooth hands-free interface, USB/iPod connectivity, a navigation system and power tailgate .

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