New 2015 Honda Pilot Prices

While it may have arrived a bit late on the scene, in comparison to other crossovers, the Honda Pilot does have much to offer. Larger the most other crossovers, it can seat eight passengers—thanks to the useful third-row, which can be folded (60/40 split) to nearly double the storage capacity. The Pilot comes in four trim levels, which include: LX, EX, EX-L and Touring. With the base model, you will enjoy standard features that include: 17” wheels (steel), auto-headlamps, full power accessories, triple-zone climate control (automatic), 8” center display, Bluetooth connectivity, backup camera and a seven-speaker surround sound audio system. You can upgrade to a better trim to get larger 18” alloy wheels, leather seating, powered liftgate, rear entertainment system, and a few other options like a standard 115-volt household plug outlet. Powering the Pilot is a bodacious and capable 3.5-liter V6 engine that turns out 250 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. Honda offers extended warranty plans that can tack on a few more desirable years to the standard 36-month/36,000-mile warranty.
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