Monday, October 4, 2010

2011 Honda Pilot

The all new 2011 Honda Pilot is a SUV unlike any other. It's very affordable, and prices start at just $28,045. The most expensive model is just $40,395, which is cheaper than many of the SUVs that are made by competitors. You can choose front wheel drive or four-wheel drive and you have a selection of trims: LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring. 

The standard features include a 3.5-liter, 24-Valve SOHC i-VTEC V-6 engine, 250 horsepower at 5700 rpm with 253 lb-ft at 4800-rpm. The SUV includes a variable cylinder management, hill start assist, advanced compatibility engineering body structure and excellent safety features like the three-row side curtain airbags with rollover sensor. Breathe easier with the front and rear air-conditioning with air-filtration system. 

The 4WD EX-L adds and replaces some features. With this trim you get the Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, so you can talk while driving in safety. You also get the the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. The system has voice recognition, off-road tracking, and a rearview camera. 512-watt AM/FM/6-Disc In-dash premium audio system with 10 speakers, including a subwoofer and a USB audio interface so you can listen to your MP3s. 

The 2WD EX-L has the same navigation system as the 4WD and the hands free Bluetooth system. It also has a programmable multi-Information Display and Power tailgate with Lift-up glass hatch. The 2nd row has integrated sunshades and you again have the USB audio interface. You also have the Honda DVD rear entertainment system with 115 volt power outlet and if you want 4WD there is a variable torque management system. 

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  1. Looks like a great car! Be perfect for camping trips.

  2. Off-road tracking - just what I need!

  3. I would have to go with the 4WD. Just makes more sense.