Honda Pilot: A Family SUV With A Great Performance On Roads And Mountains

Feb 14, 2017 09:33 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

The 2017 Honda Pilot is one of the big names when it comes to SUV's. It worked well over the years as well as its following models with a good number of sales.

This three-row vehicle is a good substitute for a minivan. This SUV is available in five trim levels. First is the LX which is a basic transformation that is good for a family usage. The second one is the EX, it has an additional technology and safety features.

As for the EX-L, it has similar features with the EX and offers more comfort. Touring on the other hand also has all the standard of EX-L with an optional stuff with 20 inches wheels, roof rails, an automatic transmission in nine-speed. It also comes with a stop-start engine in automatic, noise reduction for the glass windows, parking sensors for the front and back, memory setting for the driver-seat and a 10-speaker audio system.

Last on the list of the trim levels is the Elite. It has an additional LED headlights, headlight control in automatic, cross traffic alert, blind spot monitoring, windshield wipers for clearer glass, sunroof in panoramic. In addition, it has a well ventilated and heated seats, heated steering wheels and an HD radio.

The rest of the Honda Pilot trims can accommodate over 8 passengers except for the Elite since it has a captain's chair on the second row that reduces a space and passenger capacity into seven heads. Honda Pilot is at its best in roads and mountains that have an easy execution when speeding up. It can also handle towing, slippery roads with its optional all-wheel drive. While on the road, passengers can enjoy its entertainment platform with the Apple CarPlay and Android compatibility with an 8-inch touchscreen that were also added in the car. Obviously, this car has a lot to offer.

 

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