Honda Pilot 2019- All You Need To Know

Finally, The official photos of Honda Pilot are here. One feature that will be the same as the previous model is to provide sitting space for eight passengers in three rows of seats. The Honda Pilot is redesigned and coming up with luxury features like a Push-Button Start, 8-inch Touchscreen Display and Rear Entertainment System.

This model comes with Leather-trimmed seating to provide maximum comfort. The Eye-catching headlight design gives the perfect look to the layout design. The cargo area provides a big space for storage. New additional features are added like 5 USB ports for charging tablets and mobile devices. The Satellite-Linked Navigation System to track where you are going. The Multi-Angle Rearview Camera’s to provide you with different views.

They are more features which coming up such as Collision Mitigation Braking System, Blind Spot Sensing, Connect with HondaLink, Honda Sensing, Road Departure Mitigation System, Lane Keeping Assist System, Adaptive Cruise Control, 20-inch Black Alloy Wheels, Roof Rails and Back-Up Sensors.

Is the Honda Pilot a Good SUV?

Yes, the Honda Pilot is a good SUV. Its spacious cabin includes three rows of adult-sized seats (uncommon in this class) and higher cargo capacity than many competitors. There are plenty of standard active safety features and an available infotainment system that’s improved for 2019. On the road, the Pilot is capable and comfortable, making it easy to drive.

Should I Buy the Honda Pilot?

Unless you want an ultra-athletic SUV, it’s hard to dislike the Pilot. With a reasonable starting price, this midsize SUV also provides solid value. Still, it never hurts to explore your options, so you may want to consider the Mazda CX-9 and Nissan Pathfinder.

How Many People Does the Pilot Seat?

The Pilot seats up to eight people. All three rows of seats can accommodate adults, even the third row, which is unusual for a 3-row midsize SUV. The first two rows are particularly comfortable, and drivers enjoy excellent visibility.

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