The Honda Pilot has established itself as one of the most attractive mid-size SUVs on the market. Featuring a 3.5-litre V6 engine that's a benchmark for reliability, it also offers plenty of room, a reassuring ride, all-wheel drive and the Honda Sensing safety suite. It's the perfect partner for the family and it allows you to tow loads of up to 5,000 pounds.

One look at the offer is enough to understand it. Let's see what each version has to offer.


The Pilot starts with the LX version. However, one should not imagine that because we are in the presence of an entry-level model that the equipment is not complete. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Inside, for instance, you get an eight-seat configuration, a three-zone climate control system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto applications, a 264-watt, 7-speaker audio system and heated front seats. The second-row seats fold down 60/40 to increase cargo volume tenfold to a total of 3,092 liters.

Exterior features include 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and daytime running lights, and body-color door handles.

This basic version also offers keyless entry, push-button start and front de-icing wipers.


In the second version of the lineup, elements can be added that happily complement the equipment. Some examples? A driver's seat with 10 power adjustments, integrated garage door opener, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, LaneWatch Blind Spot Monitoring System, sunroof, roof rails and turn signals integrated into the mirrors.

EX-L Navi

The EX-L Navi version adds Navigation to the Honda Pilot, of course, but it offers much more. Leather seats, heated second-row seats, rear parking sensors, a power tailgate, satellite radio, a memory function for the driver's position, and a passenger seat with four power adjustments are added to the package.

Touring 8P

By upgrading to the Touring version, Honda’s adding a lot of luxury to the Pilot. It comes in the form of 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, folding mirrors, chrome door handles, self-leveling headlights, a hands-free tailgate and rain-sensing mirrors. Inside, there's a 600-watt, 10-speaker audio system, ventilated front seats, blue mood lighting, wireless cell phone charging and a rear seat entertainment system.

The Touring 7P version removes a seat for us to enjoy second-row captain's seats. It also adds a panoramic sunroof to the package.

Black Edition

Then, if you want to add character to the exterior styling, the Black Edition variant takes care of it with 20-inch black aluminum-alloy wheels, an all-black front grille, and door handles that match the body color, which is either black or white for this version.

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