The 2016 Honda Pilot came roaring into the 2015 Chicago Auto Show boasting a number of new features and functions that should make it of more eminent family-friendly appeal with a form calls to those who love to have fun.
Honda’s three-row SUV carries a slim new look in 2015, having lost as much as 300 pounds while also increasing its length by 3.5 inches. The new Pilot’s more dynamic figure, also comes with added power. It will have a strong-yet-efficient Earth Dreams 3.5-liter i-VTEC® V6 that will be mated to either a 6-speed automatic, a first for the Pilot, or a 9-speed automatic, a first for any Honda. Deliver both efficiency and power the new setup will allow the Pilot to perform in true Honda fashion and will make it the most fuel efficient Pilot yet.
On the inside, the 2016 Honda Pilot also boasts a number of technological upgrades, including up to five USB ports—four of which have 2.5-amp output—an HDMI port for gaming, two headphone jacks, an 8-inch touchscreen with Display Audio telematics interface, and available 9-inch rear entertainment system with Blu-Ray capability. With several new technology and safety features, the latest Pilot will be better equipped to take on any challenge or adventure that comes its way. To name a few, the vehicle will host a Multi-Angle Rear View Camera, Lane Departure Warning and Honda LaneWatch display. To learn more about what the 2016 Honda Pilot will bring to the road, contact the team at Buckeye Honda today.
Drivers won’t have to wait another year to experience the 2016 Honda Pilot, as the SUV will arrive at dealerships in the summer of 2015. According to the automaker, “the Pilot represents a dramatic shift in design, while showcasing new standout technologies, versatility, and dynamics currently unavailable in the mainstream SUV segment.” A new standard is being set with the latest Pilot and families and individuals will soon get experience what that entails.