So, what do you think about the test vehicle in front of you? Yes, it looks like it’s sort of a Honda Pilot. Has the car maker done the updated version? The latest report shows it. Although some of them are pretty sure that this is not a simple refresh too soon, but something really new. They’re pretty sure we’re reviewing the new 2019 Honda Pilot. This product has long since disappeared and the car maker will reconsider the idea of taking it back. The intersection will be considered a two-line version of the driver. But we also heard earlier that a five seat SUV could be called a Sport Pilot, so who knows what will be the true truth.
Honda Pilot Change
One of the biggest disadvantages of the car today is how to drive it. Although very convenient for the price, it can feel a bit too disconnected from the road. To change this Honda decided to install new shock absorbers and springs. This will allow the pilot to offer the same level of comfort as before while being better at driving. On the other hand, a short wheelbase model might be better to drive due to its lower weight and perhaps a more rigid chassis. In terms of price, the smallest model can cost up to $ 3,000 less than a 7-seat car. This will put pilots in new market segments that will probably be easily mastered.
Honda Pilot Interior Feature
The pilot will borrow most of the elements of his new Accord style. Inside the cabin, do not expect much change. The driver is already equipped with an eight inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
Honda Pilot Engine 2019
The 2019 Honda Pilot can receive a small refresh inside and out now that the current generation of the three-line crossover has been around for three years of style. Keeping the 3.5-liter V-6, Pilot 2019 can add a 10-speed automatic transmission option. After our experience with the nine-speed, long-term automatic transmission of 2016, we expect this new transmission to be set to CUV, ensuring smooth performance, regardless of driving situation.
We can, however, see the V6 as an option and the new 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, which will be borrowed from the Civic Type R, will be the base engine. Of course, it’s not a 306 horsepower monster belonging to Type R, but it should be competent enough from 260 to 275 hp. Look forward to possible developments.
Honda Pilot Safety
The current Honda rider has passed the IIHS safety test and has been awarded the Top Safety Pick + appointment. Unless IIHS decides to change the terms for this ranking, which has been done several times, we hope the 2019 Honda Pilot project has the same rank. However, remember that in order to get this ranking, you should choose at least EX trim and buy emergency auto brake as part of an optional package.