Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the US

Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the US
Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the US
02 December 2022
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The base Honda Pilot has risen in price by more than a thousand dollars, but for the opportunity to fully experience the effect of the generation change, you will have to pay much more.

The fourth-generation Honda Pilot large crossover enters the American – and main for itself – market. At launch, the car is available in five equipment levels (Sport, EX-L, Touring, TrailSport and Elite), with the first three being front-wheel drive. The surcharge for the i-VTM4 transmission with individual rear wheel couplings and two additional driving modes (Sand and Tow) will be $2,100.

The single-drive version of the Sport is priced at $39,150, which means that with the generation change, the Honda Pilot has cost $1,100 more. The basic equipment includes three-zone climate control, a 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system, heated front seats, full LED optics and 20-inch wheels.
For the EX-L version (from $41,950), you can not only choose the type of drive, but also order separate seats in the second row for an additional $300. The package includes a multimedia system with a larger 9-inch display and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless smartphone charging, a nine-speaker audio system and R18 alloy wheels.
The “Pilots” in the Touring version (from $46,450) have a convertible sofa on the second row: the middle section can be folded and put into a niche under the boot floor. The average configuration already has a panoramic roof, a 12-speaker Bose audio system, satellite navigation and a built-in Wi-Fi router.

Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the USHonda names prices for the new Pilot in the US

Salon Honda Pilot TrailSport
The TrailSport version (starting at $48,350; in the title photo) is one of Honda’s favorites. Not only are there special styling (such as Diffused Sky Blue and orange stitching in the cabin), but also a reinforced and recalibrated suspension with a 25 mm increase in ground clearance, steel underbody protection and 18-inch wheels with Continental TerrainContact AT tires. In this configuration, a system of all-round cameras with TrailWatch mode will also appear for driving on difficult terrain.

Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the USHonda names prices for the new Pilot in the US

At the top of the list is the Elite trim (starting at $52,030). Only in it, the Pilot will receive a 10.2-inch digital “tidy” with a projection display and perforated leather seats (the front ones are not only heated, but also ventilated). Exterior décor is the same for the Touring and Elite versions, with 20-inch wheels, a high-gloss black grille and B-pillar, and chrome tailpipes.

Honda names prices for the new Pilot in the US

Honda Pilot Elite
As a separate option, you can choose the HPD styling package (an acronym for Honda Performance Development), which includes fender flares, black or bronze wheels and body stickers ($2950). Also offered are a variety of trailer towing devices ($305 to $990), protective film ($290), and more.

The premiere of the new Honda Pilot took place on November 7th. With the change of generation, the crossover added a little in size and received a naturally aspirated V6 3.5 engine with two camshafts, which develops 285 hp. With. and 355 Nm. The engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic with paddle shifters. The model was assembled at the Honda plant in Alabama.

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