Learn more about the 2016 Honda Pilot

OVERVIEW

The 2016 Honda Pilot features all new looks, safety, comfort and technology, and arrives in both front- and all-wheel drive trims. Starting at $29,995, even the base model is nicely equipped. The 2016 Honda Pilot Elite AWD model we've tested comes equipped with push-button start and a 9-speed electronic automatic transmission. It also features user-selectable all-wheel drive modes that modify the full-time all-wheel drive system for various road conditions. Inside, all but the base model feature a multi-touch 8-inch infotainment system. On top-end models, second row passengers can enjoy their own air-con and media controls and with the third-row folded down, the Pilot features a massive amount of cargo area. The new 2016 Honda Pilot is the new gold standard in family crossovers. See our inventory of the 2016 Honda Pilot here!

POWERTRAIN

The 2016 Honda Pilot provides more power and capability than ever. It starts under the hood with an updated 3.5-liter V6 that puts out 280 horsepower and gets up to 27 miles to the gallon on the highway and 20 in the city*. The optional All-Wheel Drive features a new torque-vectoring system for enhanced capability in all conditions. 2016 also introduces a new electronic 9-speed transmission option on the Touring and Elite trims. The 2016 Honda Pilot features one of the most advanced powertrains in its class. 

SAFETY

The 2016 Honda Pilot offers the most comprehensive set of advanced passive and active safety equipment on a Honda vehicle. Standard safety and driver-assist features include Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist, Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control, Brake Assist and much, much more. The optional all-wheel drive provides sure-footed driving in all rain, ice, snow or mud. Parking radars, lane detection, collision mitigation, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rear-camera provide eyes around the entire vehicle. The 2016 Honda Pilot was truly built with safety in mind.

TECHNOLOGY

The new 2016 Honda Pilot is loaded with advanced tech. It begins with the smart entry key which can unlock as well as auto-start the vehicle. The main gauge cluster now features a large, color display right in the center. The driver can control the optional all-wheel drive system with a push of a button. The Honda Sensing Package adds collision mitigation, lane assist and other advanced safety features, while Elite models feature blind-spot monitoring with cross-traffic alerts. A new multi-touch 8-inch display features updated maps, traffic and apps and a rear-view camera is now standard on all Pilot trims. The back-seat provides excellent connectivity for passengers, with power, USB, as well as HDMI connected to the fold-down display and Bluetooth headphones helping to keep the noise down. 

CONVENIENCE

The 2016 Honda Pilot packs in a lot of convenience. Drivers will enjoy advanced technology that makes driving easier, like the standard rear-view camera and optional adaptive cruise control. When equipped, second-row passengers have their own integrated entertainment system. Push-button sliders provide third-row access, making it easier than ever to load up to 8 passengers. The power trunk reveals a bonus cargo area, simply fold down second and third rows for full access to 83.9 cubic feet of storage.

OVERALL

The all-new 2016 Honda Pilot is a fantastic entry by Honda into the SUV market. Honda engineers built the new Pilot from the ground up, paying special attention to family-friendly features with premium attributes and amenities. From the sleek, muscular exterior to the luxurious and convenient interior, the 2016 Honda Pilot is here to set a new standard for SUVs. We're excited to have this incredible SUV at our dealership. Check out our inventory of the incredible 2016 Honda Pilot here!

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20 city/27 highway mpg rating for 2WD Touring model. Elite model shown rated for 19 city/26 highway. Based on 2016 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.