Drivers are increasingly flocking to the SUV and crossover market to take advantage of the outstanding attributes these versatile vehicles bring to the road. Impressive roominess, plentiful seating, capacious cargo space, mighty towing power—you name it and there are SUVs to fit the bill.
One vehicle that has been highly praised among 2016 SUV reviews from experts and consumers alike is the 2016 Honda Pilot. Keep reading, and we’ll explore this outstanding vehicle and all its assets in detail.
The Honda Pilot brings excellence to the road in various ways. First, let’s talk about the price of this outstanding SUV.
The Honda Pilot’s lineup includes the following prices and trim levels:
Honda Pilot LX: $30,145 MSRP (for 2WD models)*
Honda Pilot EX: $32,580 MSRP (for 2WD models)*
Honda Pilot EX-L: $36,055 MSRP (for 2WD models)*
Honda Pilot Touring: $41,170 MSRP (for 2WD models)*
Honda Pilot Elite: $46,570 MSRP*
As you can see, this star of the SUV world offers affordable pricing that won’t break the bank. Now, just wait and see what you get for the money!
The Honda Pilot truly wows in the area of roominess, outshining numerous competitors with its seating, cargo, and passenger capacity offerings.
The Pilot provides seating for up to eight passengers. In contrast, the 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the RAV4 each provide seating for just five passengers, and the Explorer and the Sorento seat only up to seven.
The Pilot further provides up to 153.1 cubic feet of passenger volume for its occupants to comfortably stretch out in. In comparison, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers only105.4 cubic feet of passenger room, the Highlander features just 144.9 cubic feet of passenger volume, and the Explorer features only 151.6 cubic feet of maximum passenger volume.
When it comes to cargo room, the Pilot offers up to 109.2 cubic feet of space, allowing drivers and passengers to pack in and take along whatever they need to. Features like a standard 60/40-split, flat-folding third-row bench seat and an available One-Touch 2nd-Row Seat enable easy access and versatility.
In comparison, the Grand Cherokee features just 68.3 cubic feet of cargo space; the RAV4 provides just up to 73.4 cubic feet of cargo volume; the Sorento offers only up to 73.5 cubic feet of cargo room; the Explorer provides just 81.7 cubic feet; and the Highlander offers only up to 83.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity.
While we at Detroit Honda Dealers naturally find the Honda Pilot to be one of the most exceptional SUVs on the road, we’re not alone in our opinion.
Edmunds.com has given the 2016 Pilot an “A” rating, lauding the Pilot’s interior flexibility, spaciousness, comfortable ride quality, fuel efficiency, and more. The Edmunds.com reviewer says of the Pilot: “As a result of the 2016 changes, the Honda Pilot is now one of the best large crossovers.”
Car and Driver gives the Pilot five stars, saying of this impressive SUV: “If a stylish, useful, and trouble-free ride is what you’re after, well—ladies and gentlemen, this is your Pilot speaking.”
Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com gives the Pilot an impressive 8.5 out of 10 rating, saying of the Pilot: “The combination of sharp styling, a comfortable and luxurious interior, lots of available features and high-tech equipment should make the new Honda Pilot a front-runner for anybody considering a 3-row crossover SUV.”
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