2016 Honda Pilot Values

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2016 model year changes

The Honda Pilot gets redesigned for 2016. It now features more rounded styling, a refined and modern interior and a more powerful engine than last year.

Competitive comparison

Spacious interior; three rows of seating; reconfigurable seating layout; ride and handling; responsive powertrain

Special features for 2016

The redesigned Honda Pilot crossover utility vehicle is focused toward interior comfort and versatility. It features three rows of seating worthy of a minivan, yet it also incorporates the ruggedness of traditional SUVs. A host of new safety features is available for 2016 and it features a more powerful engine than last year and an available 9-speed transmission.
With seating for eight, three rows and plenty of features, the Honda Pilot returns as a reliable SUV crossover with a new unique aerodynamic design. Base model outfitting includes: 18” alloy wheels, privacy glass in the rear, all-powered accessories, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 60/40-split and foldable third-row seating, parking camera, iPod/USB/Bluetooth integration and a basic six-speaker audio system. Upgrades can add larger (up to) 20” wheels, LED daytime running lights, powered and heated side mirrors, collision mitigation system, powered and heated front seating, 8” touchscreen console with GPS and the HondaLink system, powered sunroof, powered rear liftgate, 115-volt power outlet, roof rails, second-row sunshades, LED headlamps, second-row captain’s chairs, HD radio and much more. Helping the pilot fly is a capable 3.5-liter V6 engine that makes 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.