2010 Honda Pilot Touring 4dr SUV w/Nav, Rear Entertainment (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
My wife and I were trying to decide between the 2010 Pilot Touring and the Buick Enclave EXL. The Enclave is nicer to look at than the Pilot but a bit too expensive (EXL w/o Nav or DVD $39k). The Pilot Touring model with Nav, DVD, Bluetooth, and HFL cost us $36k so we went with the more cost effective option. We are very glad we made this decision because it rides beautifully and the 3 kids absolutely love the new toy! It gets about the same gas mileage as our old 2000 Odyssey so we're not too concerned. I'll be adding the after- market chrome running boards and chrome mesh grill next week to make it prettier. If you're gonna buy a Pilot, the Touring model is the way to go!
NAV, Hands Free Link, Bluetooth, white-faced gauges, and numerous power outlets. Moon roof is cool too and comes standard in the Touring. This vehicle is just loaded with goodies!
Touring models should come standard with running boards so small children can get in and out of the vehicle more easily. Just saying...it would be nice!
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