The usability of AWD paired with seating for eight, along with high-tech driving aids and safety feature arrive in the 2016 Honda Pilot. Sleeker than the second-generation model, the new Pilot also benefits from Honda's Earth Dreams Technologies thanks to a newly-developed 3.5-liter V6 that is both powerful and fuel-effiicent according to the company. Apart from its revamped exterior and new powertrain, the new flagship SUV is also one Honda's most advanced models to date as it packs multiple features that ensure safer driving and a more relaxing ride.
The Pilot has been offered in our market before, competing against the likes of the Mitsubishi Pajero, the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, and the Ford Explorer. The first generation model in the mid-2000s had modest sales, but was successful in introducing a model was once confined to the gray market or personal imports from the States. The second generation Pilot was definitely interesting, winning customers over with its looks, long list of features, the smart cylinder deactivation system on the i-VTEC V6, and a very comfortable ride. Now we've got the third generation model, and yes, it's quite impressive.