- March 19, 2010
2011 Honda Pilot SUV offers room for eight people, standard V-6 power with variable cylinder management and available VTM-4 four-wheel-drive
When Honda Pilot entered the crossover SUV segment, it gained a reputation for its on-road driving sophistication, its higher fuel efficiency, and its three-row passenger capability.
Now in the second generation, the Pilot is still pretty much the representation of refinement and comfort, as well as being the perfect family-oriented vehicle choice- as it has space for eight passengers. What’s more, there are also premium features and many useful capabilities that customers are sure to love. For 2011, the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System will be expanded to the Pilot EX-L model.
The Honda Pilot delivers all that people want from a family-oriented SUV. It lays emphasis on versatile cargo areas, safety, and comfortable space for both adults and children. What’s more, a smart balance is provided between fuel efficiency, all-weather capabilities and refined driving dynamics.
The 250-horsepower V6 engine stresses on both performance and efficiency, there is also Variable Cylinder Management – which can deactivate up to three of the engine’s six cylinders, with the intention of saving fuel when the car is cruising or lightly accelerating.
In this SUV, interior space is maximized, and the design is modern, elegant and efficient. Within three rows of seats, there is 152.7 c.u. of passenger space.