Honda Pilot 2015 review road test

The third-generation 2016 Pilot debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in February 2015, it is scheduled to go on sale the following summer.

Added to the exterior are optional LED headlamps with automatic high-low beam switching, LED daytime running lights (DRLs), and LED brake tail lights. Overall dimensions are larger, while weight is down approximately 300 pounds with noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) reduced. The exterior is more sleek and modern in appearance compared to its boxier predecessor. Honda's LaneWatch passenger side mirror camera is available, as well as Blind Spot Indicators, Lane Departure Warning (LDW), with Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Road Departure Mitigation (RDM). Additional options include Forward Collision Warning (FCW) with Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Rear Cross Traffic Monitor, Adaptive Cruise Control and standard multi-angle backup camera. New features also include heated rear seats, ventilated front seats and a panoramic roof.

The new Pilot will be displaced with a new Earth Dreams Technology 3.5L, i-VTEC SOHC V6 which will boast more competitive performance and efficiency. The revised engine adds direct-injection and start-stop technology, a 6-speed automatic is standard while a ZF 9-speed automatic is optional. With all-wheel drive models the amount of engine torque sent to each rear wheel is variable.

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Front Track: 
70.00in
Ground Clearance: 
9.00in
Suspension Info: 
Four-wheel independent suspension
Climate Control: 
no
ABS: 
yes
Wheel size: 
17 x 7.5
Width: 
78.50in
Navigation: 
no
Engine type: 
Petrol/Gas
Rear View Camera: 
yes
Angle of Approach: 
24.40degrees
Angle of Departure: 
22.10degrees
Horsepower: 
250hp
at 5 700rpm
Engine Size/Displacement: 
3.50L

Also called:

Honda MR-V