More of Everything in the All-New Honda Pilot

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Redesigned for 2016, the all-new Honda Pilot offers more space, more style and more comfort. More of everything is found in this modern family SUV. Seating for up to eight allows you rooms to take the whole family on the road. Once you hit the road, all eyes are on the Pilot. The redesigned front grille, available LED headlights and bold new look make it simply impossible to ignore. In fact, you’re sure to be staring at this beauty.

The Pilot’s luxuries aren’t just geared to the driver. Of course the driver can take advantage of a host of luxuries including Push-Button Start, Multi-Information Display and an available 8-inch Touchscreen Display, but that same kind of first-class treatment is available to rear seat passengers also.

Rear Seat Amenities:

  • 9-inch screen with Blu-ray/DVD player on Touring and Elite models
  • One-touch 2nd-row seats on EX-L and above models
  • Heated 2nd-row captain’s chairs on Elite model
  • Panoramic roof on Elite model
  • Leather-trimmed seating on EX-L and above models
  • Available Tri-Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • 2nd-row sunshades available
  • USB ports

With more than 82 cu.-ft. of cargo volume with the seats folded down, there is plenty of room for all your adventures on the road. Taking the family for a camping trip? No problem! Press the button for the power tailgate (standard on the EX-L, Touring and Elite) and pack away. The 60/40 split 2nd– and 3rd-row seats offer tons of ways to pack all your belongings. Now that’s versatility you deserve in your SUV.

The all-new 2016 Honda Pilot is always ready for a good time on the road. Are you ready? Get ready for fun and adventure in the all-new Honda Pilot. See it today at Leith Honda in Raleigh. Be sure to ask a member of our staff what we have in inventory, and we’ll help you find the Pilot of your choice.

More of Everything in the All-New Honda Pilot was last modified: October 26th, 2016 by Leith Honda
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