We pushed the Pilot to the limit at the Automotive Enviro Testing (AET) facility in Baudette, Minnesota—home to some of the most severe weather in America. From freezing temperatures to harsh terrain, the Pilot can perform almost anywhere you take it.
An Intelligent Traction Management system works to improve handling across snow, mud and sand.
The outdoors can be unpredictable, especially when you're up against tough terrain. That's why the Pilot has an available all-wheel-drive system.
Smooth lines and an aerodynamic body complement our EarthDreams® engine and weight-saving chassis, making for a fuel-efficient Pilot.
The new Pilot Special Edition builds on the great features of the EX-L. Additional exterior perks include roof rails and 20-inch black alloy wheels; inside, a wireless phone charger keeps your devices charged on the go. Plus, enjoy the convenience of the hands-free access power tailgate.
Designed with a bold front grille, the Pilot features an aggressive chrome layout that integrates beautifully with sculpted headlights with auto-on/off functionality.
The taillights straddle the tailgate and rear quarter panel with their signature shape and feature distinct LED accents.
The Pilot features available leather seating throughout the cabin for extra comfort. Plus, available seating for up to eight with multiple seating configurations helps ensure you have room for the whole family.
The Pilot makes communicating with rear-seat passengers easy with the available CabinTalk® in-car PA system.
It's a breeze to load up for an adventure with the hands-free access power tailgate.
The wireless phone charger provides a hassle-free charging zone that's easy to access and use.
With 109 cubic feet of cargo volume when the 60/40 split 2nd- and 3rd-row seats are folded down, the spacious cargo area offers plenty of room.
Keeping all your passengers comfortable is no problem with the independently adjustable tri-zone automatic climate control system.
Honda Sensing® is a suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies designed to alert you to things you might miss while driving.
The blind spot information system (BSI) uses sensors in the rear bumper to alert you when approaching vehicles are detected in an adjacent lane.
With sensors in the rear bumper to alert you when vehicles are detected, you'll have extra help when backing up.
Get a better view of what's behind you with the multi-angle rearview camera's three different views: normal, top-down and wide.