New For 2017
The 2017 Honda Pilot rollovers from the 2016 design year.
Placed above the CR-V in Honda’s lineup, the 2017 Honda Pilot three-row crossover functions seating for approximately 8 travelers, front- or four-wheel drive, and a lot of optional and basic functions.
2017 Honda Pilot Overview
The Honda Pilot was upgraded for the 2016 design year. This year, power will still originate from a direct-injected 3.5-liter V-6 engine that includes variable cylinder management and is coupled with a six-speed automated transmission on the LX, EX, and EX-L designs, or a nine-speed car on the Touring and Elite designs.
Readily available in 5 trims– LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite– the 2017 Honda Pilot uses a host of basic functions, consisting of a rearview cam, keyless entry and ignition, USB port, and a 4.2-inch LCD infotainment screen. The high-grade Elite functions HD radio, automated high beams, heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row seats, corner and backup sensing unit indications, a scenic sunroof, and LED headlights.
While the Pilot has seating for as much as 8 pasengers, the Elite design changes the second-row bench seat in favor of 2 captain’s chairs. Freight area is on par with its rivals at 16.5 cubic feet behind the 3rd row seats, 46.8 cubic feet with those seats folded, and 83.9 cubic feet with both the 3rd and 2nd row seats folded. The Elite design’s freight area is a little minimized by approximately an inch.
The 2017 Honda Pilot has the possible to as soon as again make an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award, as there have actually been no modifications from the 2016 design that accomplished the classification. Basic security functions consist of drape, side, and front air bags, ABS brakes, brake help, multi-angle rearview cam with standards, while optional functions consist of Honda Sensing that includes crash mitigation braking, roadway departure mitigation lane keep help, and adaptive cruise control. Honda LaneWatch is basic on the EX, EX-L and Touring designs, with vehicle high-beam headlights and blind area tracking with cross traffic tracking comes requirement on the Elite design.
What We Think about 2017 Honda Pilot
The revamped Pilot eliminated the blocky style for the 2016 design year, making the outside styling more appealing. While the Pilot might look more like a crossover and less like a Suburban, the interior is similar to a minivan, with one-touch second-row seats and freight location underneath the rear load flooring. The nine-speed automated transmission on the Touring and Elite designs might be tuned much better, with sluggish shifts in and out of equipment.
The Honda Pilot is among the quickest three-row crossovers on the marketplace, striking 0-60 miles per hour in a Motor-Trend-tested 6.5 seconds.
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