If you were looking for an overview of the 2016 Honda Pilot, you have come to the right place. We keep our finger on the pulse of all things Honda, and we have been following the news of the Pilot since it first debuted at the Chicago Auto Show on February 12, 2015. Let’s take a look at what we know about the new SUV and how it differs from the currently-available 2015 Honda Pilot.

What’s Next for the SUV?

Set to launch this summer, the brand new 2016 Honda Pilot is going to set a whole new standard for quality when it comes to family SUVs. Advanced technology, a new powertrain, and a sleek, elegant design bring the Pilot into competition with some of the top luxury crossovers without forcing drivers to pay the premium price that comes with luxury vehicles.

Interior passenger space and overall cargo capacity have increased over the previous model, and the new Pilot will have LED projector headlights available as well. The new 3.5L Earth Dreams i-VTEC V6 engine will be both efficient and powerful. And since there’s a good chance that you’re going to be using the Pilot as a family vehicle, you’ll be glad to know that the Honda Sensing safety technology is available on Honda’s new SUV.

The new Pilot is going to be joining the 2015 Honda CR-V and the new HR-V crossover to give drivers three different options in one of the most competitive segments of the auto world. And we can’t wait to offer them all to you for test drives so that you can find the best one to fit your needs.

Learn More at a Detroit Area Honda Dealer

Our 2016 Honda Pilot overview is here to serve as a preview of what you can expect when the vehicle hits the Detroit Area Honda Dealers, and if you want to know what’s next for the vehicle, speaking with one of our sales team members is the best way to do that. The second best way is to keep checking back here on our blog, where we will bring you the news on the new model as we receive it.

Detroit Area Honda Dealers includes Tamaroff Honda, Jeffrey Honda, Cawood Honda, Troy Honda, Germain Honda of Ann Arbor, Fischer Honda, Ferndale Honda, LaFontaine Honda, Victory Honda of Plymouth, Victory Honda (in Monroe), Suburban Honda, Jim Riehl’s Friendly Honda, Brighton Honda, Page Honda of Bloomfield, and Genthe Honda.