Every inch of the 2016 Honda Pilot is built for safety, but when drivers want a little extra peace of mind, there’s Honda Sensing. 2016 Pilot models equipped with Honda Sensing were awarded a coveted Top Safety Pick+ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. This package of safety and driver assistance technologies is available on EX and higher trim levels and includes high-tech amenities like:
Lane departure warning: LDW can detect unindicated lane departures from detected lanes. Alerts will flash and sound to help bring your attention to correcting the lane drift.
Lane keeping assist: If you begin to leave the center of your lane without signaling, this system can adjust your steering and keep you where you belong.
Road departure mitigation: If your Pilot detects that it is drifting too close to the side of the road while in the 45-90 mph range, and you have no turn signal active, the steering wheel will rapidly vibrate. If you still appear to be headed off-road, it can apply brakes and adjust torque to keep you on the road.
Forward collision warning: By using a small camera mounted at the top of the front windshield, the Pilot can detect how far away a vehicle is, predict whether you are at risk for a collision, and alert you. Paired with collision mitigation braking, the Pilot can even apply the brake if you fail to act.
The 2016 Honda Pilot earned its place as a top SUV at Detroit Area Honda Dealers with five different trim levels offering the variety drivers need at a range of affordable prices. All trims are available with Real Time All-Wheel Drive:
Pilot LX: This entry-level trim comes with standard features like Bluetooth for phone and audio, a 4.2-inch multi-information display, push-button ignition, a USB audio interface, and a multi-angle rearview camera.
Pilot EX: Upgrading a level adds on intelligent traction management, an 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen, HondaLink telematics, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, and Smart Entry.
Pilot EX-L: A leather-trimmed interior, power tailgate, heated front seating, and available rear entertainment and navigation upgrades give drivers the luxury they want in a family SUV.
Pilot Touring: Honda Sensing safety features become standard, and the Touring adds to the EX-L with both the entertainment and navigation systems as well as a 540-watt premium 10-speaker stereo and driver-side memory settings.
Pilot Elite: All-wheel drive is standard on the new Elite trim, which adds to the Touring heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, heated second-row captain’s chairs, LED headlights, and more.
You know that we think the Pilot is the top SUV, but see what some of the best auto critics have to say in their 2016 Honda Pilot reviews:
We want you to see why we think the 2016 Honda Pilot is the top SUV, and the only real way for you to do that is with a test drive. Think about which of the five trim levels is right for you, and then visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer to see one in person.
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