2010 Honda Pilot Touring 4dr SUV 4WD w/Nav, Rear Entertainment (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
We trade in an 05 Odyssey for the Pilot, for better snow capabilities. I know a Pilot isn't a minivan, but only having two cup holders up front is disappointing. When we buy food for the family (small kids) we miss those extra cup holders in the Ody. The running boards we added are a necessity. Kids and small adults couldn't get in easily without them. The one thing that irks us is that the third row does NOT fold flat. Some people say it does, but it is inclined. We knew that before we bought it, but it still was a negative. Stuff can slide and our big dog has a tough time with the angle. Mileage has only been about 15 mpg but we drive almost all short trips (3-5 miles.
Lower controls for back seat heat (vs. ceiling), memory seats, interior room
Fold-flat rear seat, two more central cup holders up front
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