Starting the model lineup is the entry-level LX model. Though it’s the most affordable Pilot, it doesn’t skimp out on comfort and convenience features, which make day to day driving go much more smoothly.
The LX also includes ways to stay entertained and safely connected when on the road. Stream music or podcasts with Bluetooth capability and charge up all your devices with 12-volt power outlets.
As a family-friendly SUV, the Pilot makes a deep commitment to safety. It includes a long list of features that help the Pilot keep good tractive control, even on slippery road surfaces, and come to a complete stop more quickly. And with a multi-angle rearview camera, drivers can check their surroundings before backing up.
Honda Sensing is a suite of driver-assistive technology that helps drivers drive more safely on the road. The package is standard on every model of the Pilot and includes systems such as:
The next model in the lineup is the EX trim. It’s a great option to consider for drivers who want more technology and connectivity features. The EX adds smartphone integration, SMS text message function, and more.
For drivers who want more luxury than the EX offers, the EX-L is a great mid-level trim to consider. It features a leather-trimmed interior, one-touch 2nd row seats for easy entry, and an available rear entertainment system.
The Touring model brings all the available features on the EX-L, including the navigation and rear entertainment system, as a part of its standard list of equipment. And with roof rails, drivers can easily secure cargo and gear up top and free up more space inside the cabin.
The Elite model is at the top of the line and features the most comfort, technology, and luxury inside the cabin. Providing comfort in all seasons, a panoramic roof allows drivers to enjoy beautiful summer days, and during the winter, heated front and 2nd row captain’s chairs keep you warm and toasty.