How To Camp, Sleep, and Cook in the Honda Pilot
The Honda Pilot Has Everything And Then Some For Your Camping Adventures in Milwaukee.
The Honda Pilot is already a spacious, capable SUV, but a few tweaks can convert any Pilot model into a convenient mini camper for two. That’s right, and the Honda Pilot has enough space for two campers to create memories on the road together.
Sleeping in a Honda Pilot
One significant advantage of the Honda Pilot over the Honda Civic is that the back seats fold down flat, so adventurers don’t have to make a platform to create an even sleeping surface. This feature alone makes the Pilot an ideal camping convertible. Not to mention, the Pilot is small enough to fit into parking spaces but also long enough to sleep in. The 2022 Honda Pilot also boasts 20 MPG city and 27 MPG on the highway* to cut down on costly visits to the pump.
For those interested in converting the Pilot into a long-term camper, some more work might be involved. While the Pilot offers plenty of storage for extended weekends, adventurers may be interested in purchasing a complete conversion kit for additional storage and sleeping space. The added sleeping space from installing a conversion kit provides comfort and the ability to sit up while sleeping.
Cooking in a Honda Pilot
Open up the back of the Pilot, remove any bedding in the way, and you’ve got an immediate cooking shelf. If the Pilot isn’t tall enough for you, there’s plenty of storage space to pack a small table for placing a camping stove. Quality coolers can help to ensure that food doesn’t spoil, and we always recommend packing plenty of extra fuel for the stove.
Experiencing a Honda Pilot
Our team at your Local Honda Dealership is always happy to answer any questions about accessories and other specs regarding the Honda Pilot. So stop by the closest Honda dealer in Wisconsin to you today and experience what it would be like to live on the road in your new Honda.
*20 city/27 highway/23 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 19 city/26 highway/22 combined mpg rating for AWD trims. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.