2013 Honda Pilot Touring w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment 4dr SUV 4WD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
This is my second Honda Pilot. Honda is very well known for producing reliable vehicles. This Pilot is no exception. Very roomy from inside. Smooth drive on highways. Acceleration is sluggish. You also feel like driving a truck rather than an SUV. I used to own a Murano before my new pilot, which was more fun to drive. I like the boxy exterior which makes it more unique than current SUVs in the market today. Seats are comfortable. Excellent sound for the Touring although does not carry a brand sound system like the majority of other SUVs. I am getting about 24 MPG on highways but about 14 to 15 MPG in the city.
Very good navigation system, seat memory, voice commands, Bluetooth connection to my iPhone, large size side mirrors with signals, and liftgate
Need 3.7 L with at least 270 HP. Upgrade interior design with more upscale materials, push button to start engine, CVT, blind spot signals in side mirrors, get rid of white cheap dashboard and upgrade with more stylish version
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