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This Is How Honda Pilot Is The Next Bing Thing In The Industry!

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Consumers seeking a large family vehicle will no doubt fall in love with the Honda Pilot. The Honda Pilot will seat seven to eight people in three rows. It also adopts a six-cylinder engine that will drive either the front wheels or all the wheels. Its performance in the three-row crossover line has been quite impressive since it came around in 2003.

On the inside, the Honda Pilot includes as part of its treasures a new larger digital system that brings quite a load of impressive goodies. It brings a volume knob to relace the touch slide bar that seemed quite a task to work around.

It further gets a 4G Wi-Fi connection which is useful especially because of the rear screens. The Cabin Talk first brought around by the Honda Odyssey makes things just a little more juicer over here.

The higher trims of the pilot are tuned with a nine-speed automatic transmission, where we also find automated emergency brakes, alert for forwarding collision, as well as adaptive cruise, lane assistance among other tech-suited additions. Honda packs its tech under the Honda Sensing unit which brings about incredibly advanced specifications.

The Pilot continues to be powered by an excellent, 3.5-liter V6 engine making an admissible 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.

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